The Rand Mcnally Street Guide is a great book to have in your pack when you visit Chattanooga. The city is not very challenging to savvy drivers but the map makes it easier to locate the points of interest and places to park nearby. There are also included lists of sights and off-road places and day trips to take.
It is available online at the Rand Mcnally website or at your favorite book store (like Barnes and Nobles).
Miscellaneous: Whether for business or personal use, email or entertainment, one does not need to be deprived of the internet while visiting Chattanooga. Even if your hotel does not provide internet access, you may still want to bring along your labtop. A local technology company now offers free wireless internet access in both Coolidge Park and Miller Park downtown. Also, the Krystal fast-food restaurant chain in the South, which is basically the same as the White Castle restaurants in other parts of the country, now offers wireless internet access at all of their Chattanooga locations. For those who may not know, Krystal was begun in Chattanooga over 70 years ago and has since grown to have 100s of restaurants all across the south, and they're still expanding. Several of the local coffee houses and restaurants also now have or are planning to add WiFi, the list changes so often that I cannot keep up.