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Yes, it can be changed to pedestrian mode as well as bicycle mode.
Garmin 1350LMT: maps available? Why? Mar 15, 2011
It actually mentions two different things on the product description. Under "Technical Details" it mentions maps for the "lower 48", but under the more detailed description, the section of "What's in the Box" gives the correct information.
The traffic info is absolutely worhtless. Just turn it off.
1350LMT compared to discontinued nuvi 650: Has anyone gone from a nuvi 650 to a 1350LMT? Oct 3, 2011
Yes, I have. My old Garmin nuvi 650 was immeasurably better than the piece of crap 1350 LMT. --- See my one star review; "Garmin's Quality Has Taken a Nose Dive". --- If people can put up with the inexcusable problems and lack of quality of the 1350LMT, then maybe they can convince themselves they got a good deal. -- I sent mine back for a full refund, and wil probably buy a Tom Tom next.
Its a portable gps device you can use it anywhere in any type of vehicle or even in pedestrian mode if you want. That's the beauty of a portable device you can use it multi-vehicles.
Yes. However, you need to turn off the safety feature first (the option will pop-up when you try to program while moving).
It should fit. I recently upadated mine to CN North America NT 2014.40. Ruth