I recomment this gps, Relieves driving stress and keeps you safe.
23 November 2011
Summary: I wanted the larger screen and I purchased the Mio Moov R403 to replace my 300 series moov. It is absolutely a required product for navigating large metro areas. The Mio unit even tells me how many lanes are available and which lane to be in for my locational situation. One problem I just discovered, on a specific off ramp in Las Vegas, it is confusing 3 and 5 and directing me to exit incorrectly. But, the problem may be rectified if I update the program on line.
Summary: Good product but has a lot of room for improvement. 1. The screen is 4.3 and it shows you all the surroundings streets all at once, now that makes it hard to see the name of the street that's coming up next. 2 When typing in your destination you get to many unnecessary options.
Summary: I love this GPS so far ~ no problems once I figured it out. An instruction book would have been helpful, but like everyone else, I went on line and printed it off. (Beware, there are lots of pages!
Mine was really cheap, and it works fine, though I'm annoyed by its limis
Ehren E. Turner "DeepSkyFrontier", Amazon
10 December 2010
Summary: I liked my previous Mio GPS and was sad when it got filched from my dash while I sat nearby eating a burrito in a Tacobell. I bought this one because I expected it to be at least an improvement over the last one. I can't say it isn't. It has so many more points of interest, and a lot of preference controls that are nice and helpful.