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Frequently Asked Questions

Questions about the website and ordering and delivering

Buying a Route

You can now buy individual routes and chapters from our guides, without having to buy a complete book, eBook or ePub.

Once you have bought them, they can then be read in your Library or saved as pdfs for printing or viewing on your chosen device. Please have a look and send us any feedback that you have on our newest product.

Individual routes can currently be bought from a range of our UK guides. The international guides will become available soon also.

We are still developing this product and plan to have many more routes available for you shortly.


How to Buy Individual Routes

First look for a Browse Routes button in the information on your chosen guide, which tells you that individual routes are available to buy.


Click on this to see the routes and chapters available.

Tick the routes and chapters that you want to buy and click the Add Routes to Basket button. Your routes will be available in your Library as soon as you complete payment.


How to Read Individual Routes

Routes can be read in your Library, in My Account area.

Click on Routes at the top to see a list of the routes you have bought.

You can also save your puchases as pdfs, which are printable and can be read without internet access.



Please do send us your feedback. It will be extremely valuable to us as we develop this product further.

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