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I've used it in Germany, Austria and Italy for the five years I lived in Europe. I'm not sure with this version, but mine worked like a charm wherever I went.
By Michael L. Stuebinger on July 28, 2014
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I have only used it in the UK where it works well. During a recent update there was insufficient memory. I inserted a card and completed the update. To answer your question on how much memory - not enough.
By geraldo on June 10, 2014
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No, the traffic receiver is built in to the supplied power cord. I have been using mine in the SF Bay Area for about a year now. The traffic information is not as up to date as it should be, a little slow to tell you bad news, very slow to remove it. Sometimes it will tell you roads are gridlocked several hours after t… see more No, the traffic receiver is built in to the supplied power cord. I have been using mine in the SF Bay Area for about a year now. The traffic information is not as up to date as it should be, a little slow to tell you bad news, very slow to remove it. Sometimes it will tell you roads are gridlocked several hours after they have cleared. see less
By Chris on December 30, 2007
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Seeing that your post is 2 months old, you've probably found out whether this device has good coverage in Budapest and/or Prague. I'd like to hear more on Budapest and Hungary, since there is a Hungarian company which sells a separate detailed map of Hungary (incl. Budapest), which is really good. Is it a good buy comp… see more Seeing that your post is 2 months old, you've probably found out whether this device has good coverage in Budapest and/or Prague. I'd like to hear more on Budapest and Hungary, since there is a Hungarian company which sells a separate detailed map of Hungary (incl. Budapest), which is really good. Is it a good buy comparing to what is included in City Navigator 9? see less
By Milos Eric on August 21, 2007
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George, check out Garmin.com for details on waterproof capability. Garmin claims the Nuvi is not waterproof. The Zumo, being built for motorcycles, is waterproof; there are different levels of "waterproofness", and there is a scale/code used to describe the different levels. Garmin's Zumos meet this spec: "Units tha… see more George, check out Garmin.com for details on waterproof capability. Garmin claims the Nuvi is not waterproof. The Zumo, being built for motorcycles, is waterproof; there are different levels of "waterproofness", and there is a scale/code used to describe the different levels. Garmin's Zumos meet this spec: "Units that are waterproof meet the IPX7 standards, which means the GPS case can withstand accidental immersion in one meter of water for up to 30 minutes. The depth of one meter refers to the pressure at this depth. If you fall into water with your GPS unit with force, your unit may hit the water at a pressure equivalent to a pressure found at depths lower than one meter. This could cause water damage." Have fun! see less
By Calvin Powell on December 18, 2007
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