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ilmar, April 6, 2013 After many attempts to load on my Montana 650 it is working. What I learned by trial and error is that you "must remove" the areas you don't want instead of clicking on the ones you desire. Usually you pick what you want. Here, you pick the ones you don't. Once this trick is done, it downloaded and worked.
Errol Borsky, March 25, 2013 For out 2 week trip to Sacremento the City Navigator was worth the $75, but left us feeling short changed. We were using the map with our Garmin 62 S both while driving down there, and while cruising around on our Harley. I tried repeatedly in vain to set the fonts on the map to read out "Large", but the only thing large were the Wineries, blocking out parts of the Map we were trying to see. This went on to the point of making me frustrated. Also, we wanted to find simple eateries like "McDonalds" or "Pizza Hut", but the gps said to enter the zip code. Duh??? we are in a strange city. How would we know the zip code. I tried entering the name of the city. No deal. So this was dissapointing as well. We found several roads missing. Twice, once off of hwy #49 and once off of hwy 70, we were making a loop on our bike when the map showed the road going a different way. We made our vacation work, and I suppose the purchase is worth it, but it certainly can use some updates. And yes, like everyone, the road where I live does not exist either, just like the others of you who mentioned it. In most cases in a strange city, this product will work for you, if only they could get rid of the wine related propaganda.
Robert, March 20, 2013 The inclusion of bicycle and pedestrian paths is inconsistent. For example, in the San Francisco Bay area, two of the three bike-ped bridges over San Francisquito Creek are shown. Four bike-ped overcrossings on Hwys 101 and 237 are not shown. Waterways are also inconsistently shown. Parts of San Tomás Aquino Creek are shown, but San Francisquito Creek, Adobe Creek and Stevens Creek are not.
Dave, February 22, 2013 I wasn't impressed when the first address I entered was mine and it couldn't be found even though it was a 25 year old neighbourhood. Found another address that was not in the database so I'm not sure how up to date it is. Other than that it has worked fine. Maybe I need to work with it more.