AutoRoute is also produced in several European languages besides English. Version and older included pushpin symbols. The new version replaced these symbols with a new set of 46 pushpins. The Streets and Trips user community thus created a default map template  wihich has the pin set in order to re-add them to the program. The former pushpins were restored in the version with updated visual styling. The map of Mexico now includes street level data of even small towns, but the address-find feature still has not been enabled for there. Version  is mainly a database update adding 88, miles of new mapping to the program and the removal of support for the ending MSN Direct service and coupon data, while allowing direct map correction feedback to maps provider Navteq and the addition of cardinal direction guidance and alternate road names to direction data.
Remember the MapQuest era? Yeah, that was around the time the GPS became accessible to the public. The GPS revolutionized every industry that involved travel, especially sales. In , Five friends in Surrey, England began building the platform that would eventually be downloaded by half of the computers in the UK. Made popular by a loyal fan club, the software became an overnight success. Then, all of a sudden, it disappeared from the market. What was Microsoft Streets and Trips?