Mapsource City Select

 

Mapsource City Select
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Mapsource City Select
Manufacturer Garmin
Page By Alan Ellis
Page Type Apr 3, 2005 / Jan 20, 2007
Object ID 1300
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MapSource North America City Select v5 includes full coverage maps throughout the United States and select Canadian coverage. Software that automatically creates point-to-point routes in MapSource on the GPS V, GPSMAP 196, iQue 3600, GPSMAP 60C , GPSMAP 60CS and GPSMAP 276C. Also can be used with any Garmin unit which accepts Mapsource downloads and maps.



Features:Maps contain full coverage throughout the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico, including metropolitan and rural coverage.

Includes detailed maps containing highways, interstates, business and residential roads with attributes such as turn restrictions, speed categories and other navigation features

Over 5 million points of interest such as:

- food and drink

- lodging

- attractions

- entertainment

- shopping

- emergency services

- post offices

- camp grounds

- movie theaters and more



Supplemental coverage of Alaska and Hawaii provided using unverified governmental sources.

Now with “Unlock Wizard” to guide you through the unlock process.

Trip and waypoint management feature lets you transfer waypoints, routes, and tracks between your Garmin GPS and your PC**.



North America City Select v5.0 CD map data must be unlocked prior to use which can be done free of charge via Garmin's unlock pages or by phone. When using a locked MapSource product, the real-time track plotting function will work only with a valid unlock code for the GPS unit being used.



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Alan Ellis - Apr 3, 2005 11:01 am - Voted 4/5

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This is the best mapping software that Garmin has. It is far superior than the Mapsource Topo. The roads and maps are very accurate. With certain Garmin units, you can get turn-by-turn audible and visual directions to any destination in the U.S. On my unit, if you miss a turn during the directions process, the unit automatically recalculates the directions and starts over. You can plug in an exact address and the software will pinpoint it on the map and then download it to the unit. Very user friendly.



My only complaint about the software is that Garmin should have automatic updates on their webite for new roads which are built every year. My software is already outdated in that roads which were built in my area within the last year do not appear.

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