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It guided us through those narrow one street roads in the rural areas; some places were like being in a hedge maze.
Driving on the left side of the road was challenge enough, no way I was going to be able to navigate at the same time.
She said the Map worked great and she never got confused or lost in the areas she had never been to thanks to the Map.
Worked great, cousin rented a garmin when we arrived and it was the latest version. It matched this one I perched! Read morePublished 1 day ago by car_azy
I bought this for a trip to England in October 2014. Sometimes it had us driving around in circles, and somtimes it got us completely lost, and somtimes it worked ok, so better... Read morePublished 1 month ago by John
This memory card for the Ireland maps proved indispensable on our recent trip. The only complaint I had was that it tended to try and send us down some Garmin "shortcuts"... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JaiMarie
Just used this in a Garmin Nuvi driving around England for a week. After inserting the micro chip in my GPS it picked up satellites and loaded the maps within about five minutes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Frank
I brought my own GPS (Garmin Nuvi 3590) with mounts on windshield when I rented my car in Bath, UK. It really helped driving there--which is a challenge being on the opposite side... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
The Garmin was of great help traveling through Ireland. We were very pleased with it.Published 2 months ago by Joan Discher
Like others have said, did the job most of the time. Turned it on when we got off the plane and set it for our hotel in Drogheda. Once we got the rental car it was ready to go. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John Charles Haugen
The SD card worked beautifully once we figured out how to use it. There were no instructions included with the with the card. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert B. Wagner