Garmin DriveSmart 5″ NA LMT EX GPS Navigator

Garmin DriveSmart 5 NA LMT EX is an advanced GPS navigator with five-inch pinch-to-zoom display that combines the latest in driver awareness features with Bluetooth hands-free calling, voice-activated navigation and onscreen smart notifications (calls, texts and other app alerts) to encourage safer driving. It includes preloaded maps of North America with lifetime updates, free HD Digital Traffic, Active Lane Guidance and more. You’re alerted if approaching traffic jams, dangerous curves, speed zone changes or railroad crossings. Plus, a fatigue warning even suggests a break after hours of driving, identifying potential rest areas ahead.

Product Features

  • Bright 5.0″ GPS navigator with dual-orientation, pinch-to-zoom display
  • Bluetooth hands-free calling and voice-activated navigation
  • Customizable smartphone notifications let you display calls, texts and other app alerts on your navigation screen
  • Speech Recognition, Lifetime Maps, Bluetooth Hands-Free Calling
  • Touch Screen, Lane Assist, Spoken Street Names, ETA Calculation, Live Traffic

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2 Responses to Garmin DriveSmart 5″ NA LMT EX GPS Navigator

  1. Anonymous says:

    Very good device There is only one complaint and it is not all that bad of a complaint. There is only 4 gib of internal memory. Come on, how about 8gib, it’s cheap enough. The gps is quality made and the instructions are in real English with sentences that you can understand without scratching your head thinking what the hell are they talking about. There are manuals on line. It’s worth 5 stars but I wanted to stress my point about being cheap with the memory. Buy this product. Don’t be like me. I first bought…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Good Value My two old Garmins, I lost touch for a screen, and got this replacement. Took a few days to get over the common complaints, but now it duplicates the older models. The concept behind this one is documented as modular and logical and isn’t near as intuitive nor practically illustrated. The older models I expected two things: (i) the resettable screen for mileage, top and average speed, and so forth, (ii) trip navigation by input of address, (iii) detailed individual map blow-up on upcoming…