Garmin Drive 50 USA + CAN LMT GPS Navigator System with Lifetime Maps and Traffic, Driver Alerts, Direct Access, and Foursquare data (Renewed)

The Garmin Drive 50LMT is a dedicated GPS navigator that features a 5″ high-resolution touchscreen display and provides users with a wealth of information in great detail with traffic avoidance and lifetime free traffic updates. Preloaded with detailed, street-level maps of US and Canada along with POI’s this GPS makes it easy to find addresses.

Product Features

  • DRIVER ALERTS – Receive alerts for upcoming sharp curves, speed changes, school zones, a fatigue warning, nearby red light and speed cameras and more
  • EASY TO USE – Dedicated GPS navigators display current street, current speed, speed limit and arrival time
  • GARMIN REAL DIRECTIONS – Guides like a friend, using recognizable landmarks, buildings and traffic lights
  • FOURSQUARE – Preloaded data from Foursquare adds millions of new and popular stores, restaurants and more
  • DIRECT ACCESS – Simplifies navigating to select complex destinations, such as malls and airports

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2 Responses to Garmin Drive 50 USA + CAN LMT GPS Navigator System with Lifetime Maps and Traffic, Driver Alerts, Direct Access, and Foursquare data (Renewed)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Seems like a winner. This is a great unit. I bought this for a planned motorcycle trip around the US and Canada. For that reason, having the ability to import/export routes and waypoints in GPX format was important to me, and I wanted a unit with US and Canada maps as well as traffic. This unit fit the bill. I considered a “Drivesmart” unit, but it required a smartphone device to be on to get traffic data. This unit has a traffic receiver built in, and doesn’t require your smart phone to be turned…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Refurbished Garmin may still store old memories I don’t think with my terrible sense of direction I could survive without a Garmin. After my last Garmin was lifted from the car, had to replace it. Although I thought the item had been reset to no memory of prior travel, I had updated the device, and transferred the memory from the old one, the new to me device still thinks I live somewhere near Louisville, KY! That did cause a problem, as I presumpted garmin knew what she was doing, not! Luckily I was somewhat familiar with the route of…