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Stay connected behind the wheel with Garmin DriveSmart, the navigator that features a collection of smart features in addition to helpful driver alerts and easy-to-follow directions. From hands-free calling and live traffic information to Built-in Wi-Fi and more -the future is on your Garmin. Just look ahead and drive.

Product Features

  • Easy-to-use GPS navigator with connected Features and bright 5.0-Inch Capacitive touch display
  • Detailed maps of North America with free lifetime updates.Use our bracket mount to secure nüvi to a suction cup mount, portable friction mount or adhesive dashboard mount. Package includes bracket mount only
  • Provides real-time services, such as Live traffic and select Live parking, when using free smartphone link app on your compatible smartphone. This USB mass storage device is compatible with Windows XP or newer and Mac OS X 10.4 or later
  • Bluetooth calling, smart notifications and voice-activated navigation. Battery life – up to 1 hour
  • Built-in Wi-Fi for easy map and software updates;Display size 4.4 inchW x 2.5 inch H (11.1 x 6.3 cm)

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Worst GPS I have ever owned. Worst GPS I have ever owned. Yes, the screen is fast and responsive, but where it really matters – navigation – this GPS is shockingly bad. I just drove from Chicago to Seattle, after ensuring it had the latest maps updated, and I was amazed all along the way how poor its navigation guidance was and how full of errors its database was. It routinely tells me to take pointless detours when direct routes are available. It routinely tells me I am going the wrong way down a 1-way street when I am…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Pretty awesome and could be better I was hoping for a GPS unit that would give me everything G*****Maps has to offer when out of cell range. This is pretty close. It does voice commands really well. I used it in Death Valley and on remote gravel roads in WV and it had the back roads in it’s database. I would use it for hiking (with an external battery) if they would offer topo maps for it because the screen size is much better than the itty bitty screen on my handheld Garmin 62STC and the operator interface is much nicer…

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