Summary: Very easy used, just turn it on, enter address and go. Ghost C330 drive me on road by high exactly, awry is about ~ 30ft only. It is easy update to new software anytime: download & install 1 mini software at Garmin site,then connect C330 to computer, click update software. Finish. It's free, don't need serial number as manual wrote. It's found automatic.
Summary: This is my 2nd Garmin GPS nav next to the StreetPilot C550. I spent a lot of time trying out GPS units, and have compared Garmin, Tom Tom, Magellan, and several factory GPS units. All of these GPS units tell you how to get somewhere and will re-route if you make a wrong turn. However, Garmin is my absolute favorite, and here's why: 1. The most important thing about Garmin units is the user interface. It is simple to understand and easy to use. 2.
Summary: This was a great buy for the money 2yrs ago and is still going strong. I am still discovering new things about it. Only problem it keeps falling off the dashboard but I called Garmin and they sent me a new disc and stand. Still haven't upgraded to new maps as doing well with what it has.
Summary: I have now had this GPS for over 3 years now and it has been great. It is very easy to put in the addresses that you are searching for, and it finds things very quickly. It's weird, because even if you can't find where you are going....if you do get there, then you put "Go Home", then it can find where you are and take you home! There are only 2 cons to this. The first is that it takes quite a while sometimes to find the satellites when you first turn it on.
Summary: i'm not a huge tech head. i was just looking for a reliable, basic GPS and lucked out on this garmin at a great price....i realize that this model is no longer the newest and best, but i read alot of positive reviews about this model before i chose to buy it....and i agree with all of them. it is a solid, very easy to use GPS unit. the simple design (black w/one silver accent)is very handsome, compact and actually matched my interior dash, stylewise.
Summary: I like the state-of-the art technology and the fexible language selections. If you know nothing about this device (like I did) it apparently works similar to On-Star: in that accessory devices are connected to a satellite monitor. This requires a subscription and in my humble opinion doubles up as insurance. However, a Traffic Officer who pulls you over might not think this.