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Recent reviews for this item:
Rob, January 7, 2013 So . . . Mexico is a big place and these maps do not have
all the addresses. Small places simply do not show up so
you have to use coordinates to plan routes
Allen, November 29, 2011 This product is not nearly as detailed as Google Maps so you
should cross check any trips ahead of time to avoid issues.
For example Puerto Morelos does not appear even though it is
a sizable town south o f Cancun. In Mexico you have to be
carefull because there are often towns/ villages with the
same or very similar names, for example Temozon, Temozon Sur
and Temozon Nord. It was good for navigating in and out of
Merida. Maybe Garmin needs to strike a deal with Google for
BG, June 14, 2011 I went to Baja California Sur and spent time in La Paz and
Cabo San Lucas. I drove many of the streets in La Paz and
drove from La Paz to Cabo and back. I noticed that some of
the one way streets were not correct on the map software so
be careful with that. The Mexican government is putting in
a new 4 lane highway all the way between the two cities so
the maps will have to be updated soon. Overall I liked the
maps but the addresses are a little difficult to search for
with how the street names are very long and usually
abbreviated. There are not street signs at every corner
like in the states, sometimes only every 10 blocks or so.
Ken, April 11, 2011 ...the female voice used for directions has obviously not had
any preparation concerning the pronunciations of the Spanish
to describe the street names..a negative
most destinations entered by address seem to work....except
our own home address...which repeatedly takes us to a location
about 1 mile away ! ! !