Two years ago, I couldn’t find an Atlas in town...even at a truck stop! I asked my kids to stop by B&N to grab one before we moved the girls to Arizona. They didn’t. That night we got separated in rural KS. Apparently we were using 2 different GPS programs and they had different opinions on routes to take! We were about 20 miles apart.
They wanted to call it a night, but I was not about to backtrack with a 26 foot van towing a Jeep on snowpacked roads! We eventually pushed through to Santa Fe because it was the first place that would take all their pets.
When we got home, I did a service call to a trucking company. They had a stack of atlases. Their insurance company gives them out! They let me take one.
I have a good sense of direction. I use GPS on my phone to find obscure locations. I sure like having the Atlas on a long road trip to double check my work or if a local recommends we check something out that wasn’t planned before.