The text inside a marker is a device's location ID. It can be used to identify the device and/or the person using the device. Some people use their initials while others, depending upon the page's purpose, may use a rider number or some other value during an event.
The color of a marker indicates the location type. These include:
If a location has additional information like a picture, icons will be added to the marker. These include:
|When a camera is present, this location has a picture. Click the marker to see the picture.|
|A gas pump represents a fuel stop.|
|A checkered flag indicates a specific location was visited.|
|A hard hat indicates a construction zone.|
|Utensils indicate a food stop.|
|A bed indicates a stop for lodging.|
|The scales of justice. Someone spoke to law enforcement.|
|Tools likely indicate a mechanical failure or a stop for some kind of maintenance.|
|Binoculars are used for sight-seeing.|
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Find and click a user. The map will pan and zoom in on the location.
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