A useful tool that I would use but not totally rely on.
10 February 2014
Summary: I travel a lot for my job. For areas that I am unfamiliar with I will be relying on this unit to get to my destination. I have experimented locally to see if the unit will take me to destinations that I know and it sometimes goes to an alternate longer route?
Summary: This is the best GPS model that Garmin ever made. The 2460 LMT is loaded with features not found on newer models. After this model they started watering down the features that are offered per individual model.
Summary: This is our first GPS and we did a significant amount of comparing prior to purchase. My folks had tried a few different GPS units so their input was greatly appreciated. They started out with an annoying device they referred to as "Lu Lu" and moved into a TomTom.
Summary: GARMIN 2460LMT (refurb) I had an entry-level Garmin for about 4-5 years before I ordered this one. I liked that this one had the lifetime maps, the larger screen, and that the price of this model was only $25-30 more than just a map update for my little rope-start GPS unit (Garmin's map updates are...
Summary: I bought this product because it was inconvenient always using my phone for GPS navigation. This product is easy to set up and register and has many features. The display is an appropriate size with both day and night modes. Several map updates are also available.
Summary: I bought this Nuvi 2460 (refurbished) the day after Thanksgiving 2012. I had sent it back twice already since and I'm getting ready to send it back the third time. The problem the first time was that the addresses (5 addresses on 5 different cities), the addresses that is suppose to be on the right...
Summary: This older model is still one of the best that the company has. From voice recognition, to bluetooth, to lane assistance, to even customization it has most of the features you would need in a GPS. The only thing missing (which is now in the new models) is smartphone integration.