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For drivers who love new adventures while traveling, the Garmin Drive Smart 65 GPS navigator is the ultimate road trip companion. Featuring simple menus and easy-to-read maps, Garmin Drive Smart 65 lets you view turn-by-turn directions at a glance on a bright 6. 95” edge-to-edge touchscreen display. Traffic and map updates are included along with helpful driver alerts to encourage safer driving.

Product Features

  • Easy-to-use 6. 95″ GPS navigator
  • Simple menus and bright, easy-to-see maps
  • Garmin Traffic suggests alternate routes
  • Voice-activated and ability to pair with a compatible smartphone for hands-free calling
  • HISTORY network of notable historic sites and U. S. national parks directory
  • Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity for map and software updates without a computer

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Great To Have A Stand-alone Navigator Again; This One Delivers!!! I purchased the DriveSmart 65 after going from a Garmin Nuvi to using just a cellphone as my primary navigation tool. The cellphone navigation systems are great, but I found myself missing the convenience of standalone navigation units. Specifically, I didn’t like the following aspects of navigation with a cellphone:1) Not being able to easily see the navigation apps when manually using the phone for a phone call.2) Lack of navigation when without cellular coverage; such as when…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Excellent, bright screen. A bit large. Great options. Very nice I’ve owned Garmin GPSs for years and years. Sure I use the built in car system, Waze, other options on a phone. But there really is nothing like a stand-a-lone unit.This is in some ways not a lot more than the previous generation, but in other ways there is. This one, the 6.95″ screen is easy to read. It may actually be a bit too big. But it does not feel heavy or bulky like other similar ones I had bought over the years. I thought it was lighter than the Garmin DriveLuxe 51…

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