We source our maps from OpenStreetMap, the community mapping project which is making a free map of the world.
OpenStreetMap is an open source mapping system that was created by over 850,000+
users and as such the map data is free to use. As the maps are open and rely on
users creating and updating them there will be a chance that some of the maps are
incorrect or missing all together, especially in more rural areas. The good news
is you can add & improve the map yourself by getting involved at OpenStreetMap,
using one of the freely available map editors or simply use Navfree's inbuilt map
report tool to send mapping errors!
Learn more by visiting the links below and get involved adding and improving the maps!
AND has collected road and address information worldwide for many years in order to create digital maps. Numerous consumers and companies use these maps throughout the world. AND's digital maps of Europe offer the highest coverage available and allow you to navigate effortlessly from Moscow to Budapest. AND collects data at a high detail level around the world.