Summary: Where can I begin. Well I got online and did the updates and then I proceeded by putting a address that has been my families address for 30 years. The device says that the address does not exist. I then called Garmin because I thought there was suppose to be a manual in the box so I tried to call Garmin and could not talk to a real person at all after waiting 20 minutes two times on the phone for a representative to come while I was holding.
Summary: I was concerned when I ordered this as nowhere could I find which countries in Western Europe were covered by this GPS. It worked great in France, Italy and Austria, but did not work in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, or Slovenia. I had to use my smart phone, and expensive data charges in those countries where the GPS did not work. When it worked it worked great.
Summary: The screen detects only one point, and this makes the user interface a bit "old style" compared with the modern mobile phone handsets and tablets, but after few days using it, it's easy to remember the available features.
Summary: We purchased the Garmin Nuvi 52 with the 5" screen. I really like the larger screen, it is much easier to see and read. However, you have to hook the Garmin up to a computer the first time to get it updated and register it. You will need a mini USB cord to do this. It does not come with the cord that is needed to do this.. We had trouble finding one that would fit it. It would have been nice if they would have included this with the product.
Summary: It does roughly what you want it to but I spend quite a bit of time in London and it is forever trying to send me down the wrong way down 1 way street's and telling me to turn right on duel carriageways, even tried to make me drive down a cycle path,