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11-15-2007 09:56 AM
Gas Man Oh yeah..good call. I'm not super interested I would just use it for the wife.



11-15-2007 09:13 AM
Rider
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Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
Schweet!
I just asked. He cant get a deal for me. His sister still works there and can get 40% off retail but not for me. You'd be better off the talk to somebody like Fatburg who lives close to where Garmin is located. He might know somebody who works there. They are in Olathe KS.
11-15-2007 09:03 AM
Gas Man Schweet!



11-15-2007 08:59 AM
Rider
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You do do you? Hmm... any hook up for a fellow michigander?
We don't make them but he guy that sits in the cube across from me used to work at Garmin, I'll see if he can still get a discount.
11-15-2007 08:42 AM
Gas Man
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Originally Posted by Rider View Post
Nuvi's are the sh*t!! Garmin is the industry leader in GPS navigation. (I know, I work in the industry)
You do do you? Hmm... any hook up for a fellow michigander?



11-14-2007 08:49 AM
Rider
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The only time you need a subscription for those is if you want it to inform you of upcoming traffic jams and such.

Co worker jsut got a sweet Garmin. Color display, touch screen, and the best part is... its lists all bussinesses, their location, and phone number. It is awesome and seems to be way nicer than my parents tom tom
Nuvi's are the sh*t!! Garmin is the industry leader in GPS navigation. (I know, I work in the industry)
11-14-2007 08:49 AM
marko138
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Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
The only time you need a subscription for those is if you want it to inform you of upcoming traffic jams and such.

Co worker jsut got a sweet Garmin. Color display, touch screen, and the best part is... its lists all bussinesses, their location, and phone number. It is awesome and seems to be way nicer than my parents tom tom
We've got Garmin's in all our work vehicles that do the same. They are pretty nice.



11-14-2007 08:39 AM
Gas Man The only time you need a subscription for those is if you want it to inform you of upcoming traffic jams and such.

Co worker jsut got a sweet Garmin. Color display, touch screen, and the best part is... its lists all bussinesses, their location, and phone number. It is awesome and seems to be way nicer than my parents tom tom



11-13-2007 12:12 PM
MidwesterneRR
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Originally Posted by tallywacker View Post
Reading thread answers your question
dope.
11-13-2007 10:16 AM
PlayfulGod
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Originally Posted by tallywacker View Post
Haha u thought u had to pay thats funny BWAHAHAHAHA ok im done
11-13-2007 10:09 AM
tallywacker
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Originally Posted by MidwesterneRR View Post
link?
Reading thread answers your question
11-13-2007 10:02 AM
MidwesterneRR link?
11-13-2007 09:43 AM
tallywacker Haha u thought u had to pay thats funny BWAHAHAHAHA ok im done
11-13-2007 08:31 AM
z06boy That is a really good deal. I have a TomTom GO 700 which is close to the same but bigger and bulkier that I bought a couple of years ago and paid more.

I've used it several times and it works like a champ.
11-13-2007 12:17 AM
Crazy250 s'ok actually i wasnt sure why its free myself so i looked it up just now

the only thing that you have to pay for as far as "service" is the updated maps/points of interests database.
11-13-2007 12:01 AM
PlayfulGod
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Originally Posted by Crazy250 View Post
from wikipedia:
well aint I behind the tymes and I call myself a geek
11-12-2007 11:59 PM
Crazy250 from wikipedia:
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Following the shootdown of Korean Air Lines Flight 007 in 1983, President Ronald Reagan issued a directive making the system available for free for civilian use as a common good.[3] Since then, GPS has become a widely used aid to navigation worldwide, and a useful tool for map-making, land surveying, commerce, and scientific uses. GPS also provides a precise time reference used in many applications including scientific study of earthquakes, and synchronization of telecommunications networks.
11-12-2007 11:58 PM
PlayfulGod
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Originally Posted by Crazy250 View Post
almost all portable GPS systems do not require a monthly subscription/ service.

sounds like a good deal
yea the deal looks good. Just didnt know the SAT uplink was free.
11-12-2007 11:56 PM
Crazy250 almost all portable GPS systems do not require a monthly subscription/ service.
sounds like a good deal
whats the difference between an active and passive GPS?
11-12-2007 11:35 PM
PlayfulGod
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Originally Posted by Zepp View Post
Nope. They are all preloaded with the maps. There is no service required. The software and maps are upgradable too if there have been changes to the maps down the road.
So its not a active gps then huh they just let ya connect to the SATs? I havent read up on em as I dont have a real need for one.
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