Garmin DriveSmart 50LM Satellite Navigation with UK and Ireland Lifetime maps – 5 inch, Black

Garmin DriveSmart 50LM is a UK and Ireland based GPS system with many features that create a luxury driving experience. It acts as a digital tour guide by offering voice-activated navigation, spoken driving directions, real-time traffic reports, and safety alerts. The GPS system can be connected to a Smartphone for hands-free phone calls plus more.

Product Features

  • Driver awareness features include alerts for dangerous curves, fatigue warnings and more
  • Receive Smartphone notifications such as calls, texts etc, straight onto on your satellite navigation screen
  • Pair your Garmin DriveSmart to your phone to receive live traffic information
  • Pair your smartphone and your satellite navigation via Bluetooth to get hands-free calling
  • Lane Assist, Junction View and Garmin real directions provides detailed guidance

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2 Responses to Garmin DriveSmart 50LM Satellite Navigation with UK and Ireland Lifetime maps – 5 inch, Black

  1. Kat Man Do says:

    Accurate and Live Traffic Updates is really useful… I have a satnav that is an integral part of the car I drive. The main problems are updating it to keep up with speed limit and road layout changes as well as real time traffic updates. This Garmin DriveSmart does away with all that uncertainty; lifetime map updates and real time traffic updates also for life. It’s accuracy is pretty good as well, put me to within 30ft of my house, whereas my car’s built in satnav averages around 100ft on a good day (actually tells me the road speed for the side…

  2. Jen says:

    Very good but set up a real headache When this arrived it seemed very neat, minimal extras in the box – just everything I needed to get going. Perhaps optimistically, due to a lack of instructions, I tried to use it straight from the box. This was a fantasy… It took me HOURS to set up. Firstly, when it didn’t work I had no idea what I was supposed to do, so for lack of a better idea, I plugged it in to my laptop. Then after a bit of a rummage about I found one piece of paper, with no real words on it, that had pictures which…