Summary: I bought this product for the live block number update system, which is great if you're always on the road (Delivery, Patrol, Emergency Services, Technicians, Service Workers), but the map itself is absolutely terrible. Streets are labeled in a very confusing and undetailed manner.
Summary: I had this unit less than a year and the battery died. I was told to return it for service. I found a battery on the internet and replaced it myself. now I get a message "Warning: I cannot supply direction, please review your route parameters" or something like that and I cant get direction.
Summary: If I never tried C520 before, I might give MOOV a 3 star. However as newer version product, MIO did not try to fix the minor short comings of C230/C520, it makes a MAJOR change, brings a much worse UI than C520 instead.
Summary: I owned a Garmin NuVi 360. But unfortunately I broke it due to my carelessness. I wanted to buy a good GPS to replace the GARMIN. I read the reviews about the Mio Moov 310 and since most of them were positive I bought it. BAD MOVE!! I didn't like the interface at all.
Summary: This is the first GPS I bught, and I must say it was easy to use right out of the box. The tracking tends to be a little slow, but it gets the job done. Takes no time powering up and no time finding the location you are looking for. Slim and a nice design.
Summary: I can understand when a GPS makes mistakes in a city. Roads change and stores move. These changes are not something a GPS can keep track of every day. A GPS should not, however, give poor directions between two established (been around for a while) cities.