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Recent reviews for this item:
56twister, May 4, 2010 This DVD makes trip planning a brease all you have to do is
tell the software where you are starting from, any stops
you want to make and add the destination. It gives you all
the turns, how many miles, and how long it is going to
take. I don't go many places but when I go out of town I
am sure it will be great on my Oregon 450.
DandySaan, April 28, 2010 I have used to Garmin topo maps for Canada and for the USA
for some time and have found them very useful. But Canada
Topo street levels maps do not always reflect newer streets.
The USA Topo is great for topo data, but my Garmin 76CSx
can only glean major highway data for 'street' navigation.
The City Navigator North America NT DVD corrects both
problems. Easy and fast to install any combination of these
NT maps. Topo and City Navigator maps can coexist on the
GPS, but the City Navigator maps take precedence. Hence, if
the user wants to contours, streams, etc, the City Navigator
maps set must be deselected.
Kemosabe,, April 27, 2010 My previous version of CNNA was v8. With an upcoming trip
from Albuquerque to the San Diego area, I figured it was
time to update the maps in my Garmin 276c.
Loaded with no problems. I won't know how good it is until
I complete the trip, but so far, so good.
arrow, April 9, 2010 I had an earlier version on a 60cs. I installed this
edition on an Oregon 450. It is much improved with more
features and is more up to date. It still does dumb things,
like the road to my house has the correct name one way and
the old name going the other way.