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Garmin MapSource City Navigator North America NT
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Few things are more fun than adventuring by bike, especially when know where you're going. Luckily, Garmin knows this better than most, which is why it offers the MapSource City Navigator North America NT. If you own a Garmin 800 or 810 computer, and you're riding anywhere in North America, this kit will give you the information that you need to make your trip a success. With the MapSource City Navigator, you gain access to turn-by-turn directions for nearly all of the North American continent. In fact, nearly all highways, interstates, and residential roads in metropolitan and rural areas are featured. So, whether it you're in Canada, the United States, or French Guiana, your chance of getting lost are nil. And, in addition to this, you're able to display points of interest throughout the region that you're traveling -- over 10 million points to be exact. This means that finding restaurants, lodging, border crossings, campsites, and attractions will be as easy as looking at your Garmin. And once you pinpoint your destination du jour, the software enables your device to actually speak your directions and street names. Garmin has even worked on enhancing the pronunciation of these names. So, your chances of getting lost are nearly eliminated. In fact, Garmin has further ensured this by including live traffic data, turn restrictions, roundabout guidance, and speed categories. And with the DVD, software is included that allows you to plan and plot your trips. This way, you're able to set transfer waypoints, routes, and tracks. The Garmin MapSource City Navigator Europe NT is only compatible with the Garmin Edge 800 and 810. Please note that MapSource provides coverage for the following countries: Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, U. S. Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, The Bahamas, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Barthelemy, Jaimaca, and the United States.