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    • Pootalk.com has a lot of new parents on it.
    • I'm sure there is but you might get some lessons on pole dancing instead lol 
    • I would hope that it is walkie talkie type technology, and NOT be relying on cell service! A fair amount of sledding is done outside the confines of the cities.       Is there such thing as poltalk.com?
    • Gps is receive only.  So somehow the coordinates of each sled must be transmitted to each other sled.  This would not be far without cell towers. The Garmin Rhino did this by Gmrs.  I doubt the signal would be reliable more than a km based on how my so called 65 km range Gmrs radios worked.
    • As it was explained to me and shown any Polaris sled equipped with the 7S display can be added to your friends and it’s all GPS tracked. In the case of a group where there is riders without it they can download the Ride Command App and bd added that way, however those will need a satellite signal in order to be tracked and displayed. I will definitely be playing around with it in the fall . I’ve used the current Ride Command Apo and really liked its tracking ability and to be able to save tracks which we did on a tour of Lake Muskoka a few weeks ago. 
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