Does any of these GPS give you bridge heights, I think this is one thing I would be looking for.
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Has anyone used and been satisfied with Google map on cell phone for navigation? In my experience Google map has been accurate more often than built-in navigation systems on my cars. My only concern is the data usage for Google map over hours but I have no information on that.
I don't own a Garmin so can't compare. But I thought RV specific information on Garmin could be easily accessible on internet.
Obviously Garmin's advantage over phone is coverage.
The Garmin 760LMT (which I also recommend) does not give you bridge heights ...BUT...you set the height of your rig and it will not route you under bridges or tunnels with lower overhead clearance. I'm not sure how complete or accurate THAT data is north of the border but it has worked well down south and along the east coast.
High All: I use Co-Pilot on my tablet with a Ram mount and have been very happy. The program has RV programing with bridge limitations. For under $20.00 It is A fabulous program. It will run on Apple and Android. Check it out. Frank
Apparently... there IS a database of low bridge clearances available for MANY units as a downloadable POI file. Gives EXACT heights on over 5000 spots. Anyone tried it? $15 bucks .... for iitial and a year of updates. Also has a separate Canadian POI ... Low Clearance GPS Data
Hi: If you use any of the following map programs, CoPilot, Delorme, MS Streets and Google Earth you can get a ton of map overlays free from this location. MAP OVERLAYS along with instructions on usage. Frank