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Old 04-22-2006, 08:52 AM   #1
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Has anyone used one of these? If you Google this item you'll find lots of info and reviews on it. It seems to be the cure-all for the myriad of issues these little devices typically have. So why wouldn't we all want one for RV-ing?
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Has anyone used one of these? If you Google this item you'll find lots of info and reviews on it. It seems to be the cure-all for the myriad of issues these little devices typically have. So why wouldn't we all want one for RV-ing?
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Slabman, I recently bought a Garmin nuvi 350 and am quite impressed. It is amazing and very portable and small enough to fit in a shirt pocket. Paid $624.OO at compuplus.com. Also it will voice "in .6 mile turn left onto Main St", then, when there, "turn left onto Main St now". Art
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