Discussions on Garmin Streetpilot, Nuvi, Zumo, Quest & other series.
- Senior Mapper
- Posts: 2075
- Joined: Thu Apr 10, 2008 3:44 pm
- GPS: Magellan Meridian Color
Garmin Nuvi 200, 260, 1460, 2465, 2576R, 3560 & Etrex 30
- Location: Penang, Malaysia
If I remember correctly my son's 42LM do support multiple maps in the SD card Map folder. It also support Gmapsupp.img in its Garmin folder too. Too bad it is no longer available. For point A to Point B navigation the 52 or 55 should be good enough.
Personally, I prefer the 2575RLM with its videocam recorder for long distance drives. No need to argue in a strange land in any circumstances. It has all the necessities to back you up in court... Date/Time/Location/Speed...
... the best toy I ever bought.
I depend on my 2575R because of the driving recorder and the fact I can plan trips on my PC and transfer the planned routes to the GPS.
Lean not on your own understanding
- Valued Contributor
- Posts: 1348
- Joined: Sat Feb 11, 2006 12:00 am
- GPS: Nuvi 300, 205W, 2575, Papaga N1, iGo, 5800, M1200, M1000B/C
- Location: Penang
Agreed! .... but I have one problem with the 2575... The camera cable entry into the housing is at the top and always get into the way when adjusting the view. This is design without considering RH drive users...
They could have place it at the bottom...
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