The navigator is easy to use. Menus and maps are easy to see. Notable historic sites and the U S National parks directory are included in the history database. The driver is helpful. Pre-made street maps for the U S and Canada were included in the map updates. Lifetime Map Upgrades are free. The Quick Start Manual was included.
👤I knew I was going to get a new product when I ordered this unit. They are new to me. Once they are proven to function for a few days, they will probably last a decade or more, or they will last until the new technology makes this unit boring. My cars have in-dash gps systems, but I use a different system when I go out. It works for me because I use the program. It's easy to plan a trip on my computer, and I like to save maps. I have a refurbished Nuvi 55. This is an old model. I bought this unit because it was cheap. I wanted to make my driving experience better. I like my new car. For the next 10 years, I will enjoy my new gps. It's a good thing. I don't use my real home address as "My Home" on my gps in case someone takes it. They will have my home address if they know I am not at home. I live at the nearest fire station address.
👤The gps works well. I just took it out of the box and plugged it in. I have never used a better gps device.
👤The box had a manual, a power cord that is long enough, and aGPS. As I am one of those who takes the manual and tosses it out the window, I put it on my weighted mount, plugged it in, and it already had enough satellites to function. I set a location and did a basic configuration. Initially it only showed the road name, but as I turned the numbers started to show up. I noticed that I had enabled a tracking function so I could see where I was. When I hit my first destination, I plugged my home address in and wanted to add Wal-mart to the trip, but I didn't know how to navigate the GUI yet. It was a done deal when I figured out how to do a multistop trip and I was at Wal-mart. The overall size of this gps is what I like the most. It is light and compact, and it was easy to put on my device pad for my dashboard. The photos show that it fits nicely on a pad for a 7" gps. The GUI is very confusing for an average user who doesn't know how to use it, unless you use the arrows on the left side of the screen, or have a very steady finger, and the legacyusb port is the biggest downfall of this gps. I like this gps because it serves its purpose, it is easy to use, and it is a referb so it won't end up as scrap. It was worth the money personally. I had to do a factory reset on the gps to fix some of the issues. It requires you to manually add your own route to circumvent the issue of it preferring major roads over anything else.
👤The Drive 52 unit is a replacement for the 1350 unit. I'd had Nuvi for a long time. This model is a big improvement, and it's smarter than the old one, and it's easy to use. A display with information can be tailored for your needs. Very nice.
The large, easy-to-read 7” touchscreen has a bright, crisp, high-resolution display. You can get a custom truck route based on the size and weight of your truck, and you can see upcoming bridge heights, sharp curves and more. You can view parking information along your route. You can use the Preloaded Truck & Trailer Services directory to find truck stops. Load-to-dock guidance shows potential loading zones or storage lots when approaching your destination. See popular routes used by fellow drivers. You can use the voice assistant to talk to the navigator while keeping your hands on the wheel. If you want to use the ELD for hours of service recording, you need to pair the eLog with the app on your phone or tablet. If you want to use the ELD for hours of service recording, you need to pair the eLog with the app on your phone or tablet.
👤This thing is a quality piece of hardware. It's durable, functional, boots up quickly and works well, unlike some gps units I've had. garmin's maps suck. This thing assures me that my maps are current and up-to-date, but they make mistakes all the time. It tries to send me to closed roads that no longer exist. The biggest flaw with this unit is that it doesn't have a "detour" button like previous garmin gps units. If it wants you to take a road that's closed for roadwork, it's as stubborn as a horse's ass, and will not change its mind. The only way to re-route is to manually enter a different route. garmin, bring back the detour button. It's better than not having a gps at all, but it still has some major flaws that will annoy you.
👤I own a lot of cars. I tried it for a week next to my maps and was not happy with the gps. Without the phone app it won't show traffic. When I received a phone call I didn't like the idea of connecting to my phone, it switched from my phone to the gps. That was making me nervous. I like to deal with maps on the internet for $400. It would be perfect if the bridge heights were known by the maps.
👤I took a few to get used to it. I like the fact that I don't need to hook up to a computer and go through a bunch of steps to update. I have been using for a month and it has been great. Don't leave your gps plugged in all the time, that's a tip I learned from the last one. You will shorten the life span of the battery by burning it up.
👤Can't find addresses on the screen.
👤The best gps I have had. It definitely could use improvement. It doesn't connect to a car, RV, or truck's stereo system to allow the sound of directions to be heard through the speaker system. Once you have downloaded the Garmin Drive app, you can use all of the features on it. The gps doesn't have an auxillary plug area. Sometimes it's hard to hear directions when driving. It's definitely better than my previous units. I would give it 4 stars if it was possible to play directions through the speakers.
👤The product was easy to setup. Sell asked about the item the same day. The service is top notch. Will buy from them again with hesitation.
👤Awesome! I needed a 7” screen. Can not go wrong.
👤I am happy with the device so far. It looks good and he is doing a good job. There is a job.
👤If I want to use this garmin, I have to plug it in all the time, and I don't think I'll buy any electronics from Amazon in the future.
It's easy to use a gps navigator. The maps are easy to see. alternate routes are suggested by the traffic company. Yes, the backup camera is compatible with BC 30 or BC 40. Voice activated and ability to pair with a compatible phone. Notable historic sites and the U.S national parks directory are part of the HISTORY network. Without a computer, built in wi-fi for map and software updates.
👤I used a cellphone as my primary navigation tool and purchased the DriveSmart 65. The cellphone navigation systems are great, but I didn't like the convenience of the stand-alone units. I didn't like the fact that the navigation apps weren't easy to see when I manually used the phone for a phone call. There are two more Unless you use a different app or download offline maps from the internet, there's no navigation when you don't have cellular coverage. There are 3 more I never found the offline maps to work for me, there was always a problem with resolution that I could not resolve. Offline mode was not always used to work in general. I tried some of the other free offline navigation apps, but they seemed to be behind in updates, and did not seem refined, leaving me with a slight but ever present apprehension in my mind. I didn't like the small screen size when in portrait mode, even though I had an iPhone Plus. There are five The navigation app on my cellphone ran in the background and was not visible to view. I didn't see all of the trip info functions that the vehicle navigators offered. The app navigators had the same trip info, but it was hard to see. The DriveSmart 65 was more expensive than the 55, but the extras screen real estate was worth a few extra dollars for me. It is hardware. The screen is beautiful! Great resolution and bright colors. The brightness is turned up all the way. The 6.9 inch is the perfect size for me since I like to have all of the trip data functions showing on the screen at all times while allowing for ample space for the map/ navigation which is the most important part. The screen seems to be made of glass, but I am not sure if it is scratch resistant. The frame has a minimal amount of bezel which adds to visual appeal but makes accidental touches easy when trying to adjust the postition/angle of the unit on the mount. The screen is responsive to touch and there is little lag navigating through the menus, as it should be for a device at this price point. The speaker is loud and clear. I don't know what processor is in the unit, but I hope it is an upgrade from last year's model. It is smart to get the best hardware within your means, especially if you plan on keeping the device for several years, to ensure it will be able to effectively run the software updates. I don't like the way the power cord plugs into the back of the device. It would be great if it was plugged into the side or bottom, because it would be easier to mount the device on a desk if the power cord was not sticking out. The mount is standard and works well for mounting on a window, but I have seen it fall off of a vehicle. I bought a friction dash mount from Garmin because it seems to work well for now. I can't state my findings because I haven't had the battery disconnected from a power source for that long. It is very easy to use the software. It seems that the years of production have allowed time for most bugs to be worked out. The high detail map option provides a lot of detail and is helpful in keeping the user oriented from a geographical perspective. When you zoom out with the intent to use it indefinitely, the unit will automatically zoom you back in to the default setting, even though it does not really want you to have full reign on the map. You can have phone notifications for email/text/etc to show on the unit if you sync your phone to it. The option to make and receive phone calls when you sync the device to your phone is available for those that may need it. The unit has the ability to update maps without a computer. After attempting to update the maps 4 times, I got error code each time and the device aborted the process. Maybe it is because my internet connection is not high-speed. It will be great to see if there is a similar issue among other people. The maps will have to be updated with a PC. Conclusions: The device performs well as expected. Excellent native route planning and accurate navigation. The screen is bright and high resolution. It's right in the sweet spot. I am not convinced that the features this unit offers are practical enough to justify the higher price. If the processor is better than last year's model, this is a good value. It was a factual decision. I don't have to use my phone as my main navigation when I have a stand-alone navigator. Happy with the purchase, even though I mentioned some things. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a navigator.
A marine camera can help you monitor your boat. You can connect to your chart plotter via the internet for high-quality images on your display. Video can be viewed on any other chart plotter on the same network. It's perfect for the engine room. It is easy to install and hardwired for power.
👤Installation was difficult because the instructions were wrong, but the support was great. The instructions say full time power, but have batteries that can be charged again. The cameras need to connect with each power up. The camera technology is very expensive and only connected to the displays from Garmin. The camera works well with two views.
👤Once you read the directions carefully, it's easy to setup. The picture is clear and has a slight lag. Make sure to charge the camera battery before you try. The directions are not well written but you can just turn the thing on and push the button.
👤Other options are better if you need a real video camera. After 15 tries, it wouldn't pair with my Plotter, and the video froze. The person tried a firmware update. The hard wired camera is great for 1/3 the price.
👤It is on my SeaFox commander. I like it. I will get one more for the front. When I towed it, I was able to see the active captain app. You won't regret it.
👤It works great as a back up camera on the boat.
👤The camera works as described. It is being used as a reverse camera on my boat. I had to update my chart plotter software before I could take a picture. The camera has a wide field of view. It helps to reverse into a slip. The camera was mounted on the underside of the radar arch. Works well.
👤Too much video lag is useless. Didn't work, so returned it.
👤I tried two cameras. I had problems both times. The first one didn't work and the second one did. The second one wouldn't work with the chart plotter. The first time I tried it, I was unsuccessful. The response was slow.
Product 1 is easy to use. The display resolution is : 1280 x 720. The first product suggests alternate routes. Product 1: Voice-activated and ability to pair with a compatible phone. Product 2 is a camera. Product 2. It is compatible with the navigator. Product 2 is the IXP7 water-rating. Product 2: Voice Command.
The new model has a rugged military-grade construction and is 50% larger than the previous model. Some countries regulate or prohibit the use of satellite communications devices, so it's important to send an interactive alert to the GEOS 24/7. There is support for multi-GNSS and Galileo, plus pre-programmed TopoActive and City Navigator maps. ANT+ technology, BLUETOOTH wireless networking, and a direct to device access to BirdsEye Satellite Imagery are all included in the price. You can use tracks and review trip data from the field if you are compatible with the Explore website and app.
👤The headline is a grabber line, only because you have to be the one to decide if it's worth it or not. I wouldn't dare not do my homework on an expensive item, I would read as many reviews and articles as possible. I do that on a hundred dollar item. It shouldn't take you as long as I did to make a decision on what you need or want, if you really know what you're doing. I'd read some articles comparing all the different features on a number of different gps units, especially when it comes to price. I'd ask the questions, "What do I really need and what am I willing to pay for?", if you're going to get more features with more money paid. Ok... I'm not going to go on a hike without taking a map and a compas. I know from experience that things can go wrong, and that you can get in a deep vally with a bunch of over growth and your signal runs out. I think this is the cat's meow. I'm not sure if I would use this more than my map and compass, partly because of all the things it does and partly because it's just that much fun. I'm not going to go over all of the features, but I would like to talk about some of the highlights for me. I don't think that's a deal breaker because I love the touch screen and I know it's more bulkey than the other units. It looks very bright. I downloaded the 7.5 minute maps of the west coast and they are clear enough for me. The 40 foot countour lines are the same as the topo maps I download on the website, I believe. If you get off course, the compass feature will show you by a break in the arrow line, which way you're off. Move over and get back on the line. You can also set a projected waypoint, which you can use to set a course back to it. I'm talking about having to cross a river and having to go out of your way to a bridge and then find your way back to the waypoint you set across the river before you detoured to the bridge. Base camp is a free software. You can set your map type preference, even the 7.5 minute. Then you set up your route. It's time to send it to your Montana 700i. Whatever unit you have. You can review the route you set up on Montana at the base camp. You can search for things on the unit. If you need to use a custom waypoint, you can just type your latitude and longitude over the waypoint one, and save it to your name. If you had that info, this would be great. I almost forgot about one of the most important features, which carried a lot of weight for me, deciding which unit to buy. There is an alert. It's true. They will come and rescue you if you lock into these special satalites. You need to subscribe to the serivce in order to use this feature, but I got the safety one at the cheapest price. It's somewhere around 15. A few weeks or a few months. You can get the more robust subscription, but it will cost more. You can send messages to anyone's email with this service. It could also help you without using the full blown SOS feature. They can reply back to you. It's nice that it's all on a satalite, so you don't need a modem to use it. It will work wherever your gps will work. I think that some of the user guide got a little hard to read, now and then, but for the most part it was very concise and readable. I know I probably didn't need the compass and altimiter features, but in order to get the SOS feature, you need to cough up the cash. Only a few of the higher end units have it. I'm very happy with the gps. I hope I mentioned that it is the Montana 700i. I didn't want to give away the extra "beans" for the 750 model, which has the camera as well. I hope this helps you make a decision. The man is called "MARC Trainor." ''
Product 1 is easy to use. The navigator is a gps device. Product 1 has simple menus and bright maps. The first product suggests alternate routes. Voice activated and ability to pair with a compatible phone for hands free calls. Product 2 is a camera. Product 2. It is compatible with the navigator. Product 2 is the IXP7 water-rating. Product 2: Voice Command.
👤I bought this one for the backup camera because I have a Nuvi3590LMT that is still functioning. It took a while for the camera to be installed. I only had new DuraCell batteries that are not recommended in the Users Manual. I bought a pack of Energizer batteries and a camera. I am near the Blue-Tooth limit for distance between camera and gps because I have a 2006 F-150 SuperCab Harley Davidson Edition. The Back-Up Camera image is much better than the built-in cameras on my other vehicles. As you turn the wheel, the alignment bars show the proximity to an object in the path of the truck. The base of the drivers side of the vehicle has a mounted gps screen. There is a The voice-recognition feature works well and it's really useful since there is a good distance to reach the gps. I can reach it, but it takes some twisting and stretching to get there. I don't want to have to do that while cruising on the interstate. I could put the gps on the top of the car, but it would be a distraction at night and I would have to take my eyes off the road to enter data. The unit is not cheap, but it seems to be worth the price based on all the functions. The MyGarmin app on my phone will show the weather on the route ahead of me. I have had the 3590 for 7 or 8 years and I hope it will last as long. Lifetime Maps and Traffic updates will add to the longevity. Map updates can be done while the vehicle is parked in the garage because it links to my internet. The only draw-back I can see is the vulnerability to theft when parked in a parking lot at a shopping center. I put the case under the back seat for safe-keeping because I removed the camera and the gps when I parked.
👤I needed a gps and bought this unit. I needed a monitor for my camera. The unit exceeded my expectations and fulfilled all of my needs. I like the information that comes from my phone, texts, emails, and news updates. The weather radar is a nice feature. It was easy to set up. The unit exceeded my expectations.
👤It was easy to set up. The voice commands are great. The video quality is good. So far, it serves me well. I like the connection to the phone. I can make calls and remind myself. Awesome!
👤It works well but not have voice command feature.
The navigator has smart features and an edge-to-edge display. Map updates of North America are included in the easy-to-use navigator. There are simple on-screen menus and maps that show 3-D buildings. Without using a phone, the traffic is ready to use right out of the box. Voice-activated and ability to pair with a compatible andGPS-enabled phone for hands-free calling, smart notifications and live traffic via the garmin drive app Voice-activated and ability to pair with a compatible andGPS-enabled phone for hands-free calling, smart notifications and live traffic via the garmin drive app
👤This device is used. I didn't know what to think when I ordered it, but once I got it, I was ready to use it. I plugged it into my computer and it said that it needed software updates and map updates that would take 3 hours to complete. I tried to run the updates multiple times but they would freeze up in about 20 minutes. I took a look at the device to make sure it was up to date. The home map of the device was not easy to change. I returned it because of the software/map update freezing. The seller,CTGINC, told me that they found it to be working well and that they would not charge me a restocking fee.
👤The package arrived on time. I tried to download updates, but they froze up. I tried four times, but they could not help me.
👤Can't tell if it's new or refurbished. It worked out fine. It was fully charged. It was updated quickly. I copied all my contacts when I was on my phone. I didn't have to put my destinations in manually because I loaded all my saved destinations from my RV's backup. I wouldn't load destinations from my older nuvi series. All my others show elevation, but not in a sub menu. My older nuvi 2555 did not have a weather radar. There aren't many buttons on the map screen. Everything but back and zoom requires two presses. Go to the menu first and then press un-mute. It's a pain when in traffic. Tell it to shut up or turn it on. The larger screen is nice.
👤The unit worked well and had no problems. The old style ends of theusb cables do not fit the gps Micro ends are needed on both ends. I told the seller that I would not have to send the gps because I already sent the 2 cables back. He wanted pictures and I wanted him to send a return label. Never heard from him again. The rating was 1 star seller. The gps is 5 stars. You will need to purchase a power cord in order to receive traffic updates. I have one. It was around $60 dollars. Should have sent it back to Amazon. I liked the way the gps worked. I only recommend the product. The return was started because the seller wouldn't replace the wrong cable. The seller is not even rated after the cancellation of the return. Dmd.
👤This is my most important companion because I make several road trips every year. It makes it easy to find destinations. It's helpful to know about potential traffic problems and detours. It is easy to use. I have a road atlas with me, as I am old school. Sometimes you need to use common sense and check your destination on a map. I highly recommend this to anyone who travels by car. It helps to find places you don't know about.
👤The big screen is like that. In route mode, the street name is not given before you make a right or left turn. Just turn right - turn left. The street name is displayed at the top of the screen. My others don't have that problem. They mention the street name before turning. Still like the unit.
A wide angle. The LPCB36 Rearview Backup Camera has a 170 degree wide angle view. Knowing that you are getting the whole picture will back up your confidence. No more uncertainty! You will be able to see everything in clear detail with a resolution of 480 x 480. GUIDE DISTANCE The image repeat object has unique distance guide lines. Help to control the distance from any angle. It is possible to see it. Another great camera specification has a rating of 0.5 lux. Performance in low light conditions is measured. The Camera can see in the dark. A camera has a 0.1 lux R. It is raining. This backup camera is specially outfitted for the elements and has a rating of Ip68. The internal parts have been protected against water. The online dealer warranty from BOSS Audio Systems is 3 years. The purchase is made through Amazon.
👤The picture is very stretched. I back up at night. My backup lights are too bright for it. The picture was too wide. The stretches in the frame have been added to the pictures. The camera couldn't pick up the lines in the photo, so I've developed them in the video. The first photo is a parking lot and the second is a driveway. I wouldn't rely on the camera to back up. I was 800-273-3217 After checking the connections, I replaced the camera to get rid of the issue. I can use the picture at night because it is 100 times better. It shows up in color in the parking lots. I wiped it off before the pictures, but I don't know why there is an orb on top of the picture. There are better cameras on the market. The inside of the lens is dirty and cannot be cleaned. The camera is no longer usable. Completely lost the picture and ended up with a yellow blur. The camera was replaced. There are 2 cameras. I gave up. The camera goes bad when it gets water inside. It was a terrible design.
👤Not bad for BOSS audio, they make good radios andamps, so I didn't see why not buy their backup cam at only$15. It was good when installed, but you have to run another length of wire with it. The accessory will give the camera power. It was easy for my 2008 Toyota corolla, but it was different for every car. The data and power line can be route through the license plate light cavity. I would rather go with the wireless camera option than the wired camera option for the next time. If you're going to install this yourself, you're going to need a lot of electrical tape.
👤It was easy to install. I drilled a small hole in the bumper and fed the wire behind the bumper cover into the trunk. The cable fired up when it was put to the new radio. Make sure you have the driver sitting inside the car when you adjust the camera angle because it will give them the most comfortable view. The only complaint I have is that the housing is too large.
👤The camera is low-res, nothing to write home about, but the overall quality seems very high compared to others I've seen and one other I ordered. The outer assy is made of metal. Zinc casting is less likely to break than flimsy plastic. I looked at another one. Happy with purchase, night vision is lacking and it's a bit blurry, but will find the zombies you'll need to back over, and you can use the rear bumper, not the front, a zombie body can easily take out the radiator of your vehicle.
7” color touchscreen has turn-by-turn directions for on-road navigation and topography maps for off-road guidance covering North and south America. You can use the explore app to download additional maps and usg Quad sheets on 64 gigabytes of storage, and sync all of your data between your devices. You don't need a cell signal to get to the best-established, wild and dispersed campsites, because you're loaded with ioverlander points of interest. Features public land boundaries and 4x4 roads. For large overlanding vehicles, the weight and length are used. Can be mounted anywhere with a powered magnetic mount. Pairs with in reach satellite communicators for two-way text messaging and interactive weather forecasts.
👤I could type a novel about how bad a fail this thing is but I don't have time. If you want to be helpful, you should not buy this, for $600 you can buy a better system like a tablet or a pro version of multiple apps. This is a terrible, expensive, and redundant device to try and do what other systems do. I was hoping for a "one stop" top grade "overlander" device, as an avid camper, hiker, and owner of a decked out 4Runner hitting the back roads frequently. 1 hour. I spent that time looking for known campgrounds, places, and backroads that I would expect a device marketed as an overlanding device to have. It was not only bad at that essential, but it was also bad at everything else that can be done better with a phone or a tablets. dyrt, gaia gps, freeroam, iOverlander, and even USA topo maps are all available on the internet. Even the "cool" almost gimmicky feature that shows the angles of your vehicle on the road was useless. There is more redundancy. garmin devices have done a lot to the gps map and athletics community. Spend your money elsewhere. This is a hard to use device that is being made a cash grab for to take advantage of the popularity of the overland scene. I can't imagine how this will last without massive software improvements and features. This is my contribution to those who are out on the trails.
👤I bought this unit because it had a larger screen with higher resolution and a number of cool apps. I bought this unit because I was going to use my high resolution maps from the Garmin. I was not happy. The unit has a micro card reader, but it won't show the 24K maps. My worst fear was confirmed by a long call to the support team at Garmin. There is no backtrack trail feature in the outdoor hand held units. You think that since this unit was designed for the off- trail user, there would be a back track feature, without having to store the bread crumbs trail before turning back like in this unit. There are sections of rocky trails in the forest where a back-track feature is nice to have. Although the price was steep for this unit, I will keep it for its other features, but now have to use a hand held gps to see Hunt View information. The new update includes Hunt View and other custom maps. Hunt View Maps are included in the Drive program. I am loving my device now. If you can afford one, I would recommend the Overlander.
👤I was going on a vacation with my wife and kids and I was thinking about buying a gps device instead of using my phone. I read many reviews before buying this item. We are mostly good. I decided to buy it. After using the gps for a while, it got hot but it seemed okay. On the third day of using it, it went black and wouldn't turn on, I was close to my destination. It was hot. After pulling it off my car, it turned back on. I was not happy at that point but I think we will be a success. The thing stopped working when I was driving home from dropping my grandkids off at their mothers near Baltimore, it was a bit confusing. The last straw was that. I returned it when I got home. I am really disappointed with this model. When I bought it, I was really excited. We will use my phone again. I wouldn't recommend this to a friend.
The navigator has a dual-orientation display and map updates of North America. You can ask for directions to places you want to go with the help of the voice assist feature on your compatible phone. Road trip features include a HISTORY database of notable sites, a U.S. national parks directory, and millions of Foursquare POIs. School zones, sharp curves, and speed changes help encourage safer driving. You can access live traffic, fuel prices, weather, parking, and smart notifications when you pair this navigator with your compatible phone. Drivers should only use the function when they are safe to do so. You can ask to play music, listen to audiobooks, hear the news, and more while you keep your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road if you pair the Garmin Drive app with your compatible phone. Without a computer, map and software updates can be made. There is an extra charging port for phones, tablets or other electronics included.
👤I bought this for my job. I drive from site to site all day long. When you tap on the client site address buttons in the app, you will be taken to the maps app and the addresses will be automatically inserted. I wanted this gps to integrate with my phone so I wouldn't use it. A special team was working with the internet giant. You can share maps with the gps via the app. Great. I can easily shoot those addresses to the gps device. I thought so. That's fine and well, but it's the worst. Absolutely the worst. The drive to work in the morning was the first test. I was told to take all of these. I know how to get there. I used the gps to zoom out on my way to work. It was going to the ocean. The routes the gps received were all over the place. It never took me to the right place. I would fire everyone involved. If I abandoned the export-to-Drive method and just copied and pasted the addresses from Maps to the Drive app directly, it worked without issues at least 90% of the time. I still had issues with the gps search telling me that addresses don't exist manually. The same input is found on the maps. It took me 20 minutes to the northeast of town when the actual location was 5 minutes away, which was fine with the maps. The address was entered directly into the gps. I would advise you to double check all of your addresses and routes before you even start driving, because it will save you an hour and a half plus fuel costs. I gave it 3 stars because of my reason for buying. You only have one job to find addresses. If I enter a valid address and you can't find it, you failed at your job. The larger screen, the8", would be a good place to burn the extra cash. It's stopping for no reason. I've been within a few turns of my destination and the gps just stops. It shows the map, but not the navigation. The unit is completely frozen when I pull over. I have to power cycle it and then enter the address again. I'll stop at a gas station for gas and the unit will stay on 12v and I should be fine. Not always. The gps screen can be turned off. The power button does not do anything. The power button is not important. I have to plug the power back in and start navigation again after I have unplugged the power completely. There's still full current to the plug it's connected to. It's been just shy of a month since my last update. I had no freezing or unresponsiveness issues for about two weeks. I can only assume that the update has fixed something. When the power is cut, the device shuts off. If you hit the power button, it will be hard to turn it back on. Hold the button for a while and wait. It will turn on. It takes time to do it. There is a That's pretty conclusive for me. I think I'm done. Good luck with the way people drive.
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