Reviews and Problems with Magellan RoadMate 3065 Commuter
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Not the best maps
Amazon Customer, Amazon
10 August 2012
Summary: Nice user interface but the maps are not as good as a Garmin. I tried to map to several rural locations and the Magellan's address book could not find them. I borrowed my sons Garmin and it had no problem mapping to the same addresses.
Summary: I've been a Magellan fan, starting with the original Hertz Never Lost, and then the personal units, and now this. But there is a bit of a reliability issue, with all of them, they have all needed repair. This one is not even a month and a half old, and has to go back.
Summary: This was my first GPS. It lasted a whopping one week after very light usage and no abuse. I can only guess it was the cold weather of 33F outside that may have caused its demise. The traffic notes and points of interest are handy - it is like having the yellow pages, a traffic radio, road map all in...
AAA, QWERTY, Intuitive ... but this units lacks in compatibility and build quality
Diana De Avila "MS Gkygrl", Amazon
9 September 2010
Summary: The Magellan Roadmate 3065 is a great GPS unit that sports a QUERTY optional keyboard as well as a sensitive and bright touch screen. There are some pro's and con's that I thought were worth mentioning.