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Garmin City Navigator Eastern Europe NT for Detailed Maps of Poland, Czech, Slovakia, Hungary, Austria, Slovenia, and Croatia (microSD/SD Card)
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- Contains detailed map coverage of Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Austria, Slovenia and Croatia
- Displays points of interest throughout the region ? restaurants, lodging, attractions, petrol stations, shopping
- Includes motorways, national and regional thoroughfares and local roads
- Gives turn-by-turn directions and includes detailed information such as turn restrictions, roundabout guidance
- Contains traffic data for compatible devices that use traffic receivers
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Everything you need to travel most of Eastern Europe is included in these highly detailed street maps. Load City Navigator Europe NT Northwest Eastern Europe directly to your device and navigate turn by turn to any address or intersection. Route to points of interest including restaurants, petrol stations, lodging, attractions and more. Coverage includes detailed maps of Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Austria, Slovenia and Croatia. Powered by NAVTEQ, a world leader in premium-quality digital map data.
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I guess I will have to by the 2018 version, pray and hope maybe it will work next year. And that perhaps Garmin will wake up.
So, I went to Amazon, and read a review by someone who had purchased it through Amazon. It hadn't worked and she returned it to the vendor with no issues. Any wonder Amazon rules the online marketplace?
I will not depend on an aftermarket map company again.
When you land overseas in the middle of the night, it is very uncomfortable to not have any kind of map guidance.
This is a bad time to find out that somebody sells a poor product