MikeMaps have point-to-point distances (in miles and kilometers), realistict drive times, RV parks, points of interest, restaurants and hotels. Mike's roadlogs combine maps with commentary, landmarks, driving tips and cultural hints.
"Mexico" Mike roadlogs get you where you want to go and to learn about Mexico and the Mexican people on the way. Anybody can sell you a map that is a bunch of squiggly lines. MikeMaps and roadlogs tell you about the country you are driving through. Customers say they are like having Mike beside you - a trusted friend, pointing out things of interest and suggesting sidetrips to help you discover authentic Mexico.
The ordering process is automatic. You get a letter from me with a download link after you pay. If you ordered the wrong map, I can send you another. No problem, no hassles.
You probably won't have a problem, but if you do, here are the likely solutions. Nearly every time someone had trouble it was because he didn't look for the email with the download link or did not 'whitelist' mexicomapstore.com and the order got caught by his spam filter.
If you use a service with a 'Challenge' email that makes the sender 'verify' himself before you can get an email - either allow mexicomapstore.com and mexicomike.com or do not order from me. Earthlink and SpamArrest are the worst.