Garmin DriveSmart 65 & Traffic: GPS Navigator with a 6.95” Display, Hands-Free Calling, Included Traffic alerts and Information to enrich Road Trips

For drivers who love new adventures while traveling, the Garmin Drive Smart 65 GPS navigator is the ultimate road trip companion. Featuring simple menus and easy-to-read maps, Garmin Drive Smart 65 lets you view turn-by-turn directions at a glance on a bright 6. 95” edge-to-edge touchscreen display. Traffic and map updates are included along with helpful driver alerts to encourage safer driving.

Product Features

  • Easy-to-use 6. 95″ GPS navigator
  • Simple menus and bright, easy-to-see maps
  • Garmin Traffic suggests alternate routes
  • Voice-activated and ability to pair with a compatible smartphone for hands-free calling
  • HISTORY network of notable historic sites and U. S. national parks directory
  • Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity for map and software updates without a computer

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3 Responses to Garmin DriveSmart 65 & Traffic: GPS Navigator with a 6.95” Display, Hands-Free Calling, Included Traffic alerts and Information to enrich Road Trips

  1. Anonymous says:

    Excellent, bright screen. A bit large. Great options. Very nice I’ve owned Garmin GPSs for years and years. Sure I use the built in car system, Waze, other options on a phone. But there really is nothing like a stand-a-lone unit.This is in some ways not a lot more than the previous generation, but in other ways there is. This one, the 6.95″ screen is easy to read. It may actually be a bit too big. But it does not feel heavy or bulky like other similar ones I had bought over the years. I thought it was lighter than the Garmin DriveLuxe 51…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Great To Have A Stand-alone Navigator Again; This One Delivers!!! I purchased the DriveSmart 65 after going from a Garmin Nuvi to using just a cellphone as my primary navigation tool. The cellphone navigation systems are great, but I found myself missing the convenience of standalone navigation units. Specifically, I didn’t like the following aspects of navigation with a cellphone:1) Not being able to easily see the navigation apps when manually using the phone for a phone call.2) Lack of navigation when without cellular coverage; such as when…

  3. Anonymous says:

    disappointed Just returned. Frustrating: wanted street address before city and state, Even when looking for something in same city you are currently in, Searching POI will randomly give options in other states if you don’t remember to hit your city first. You must only use arrows on left side to advance options -accidentally touch screen hoping to scroll, it goes to some other screen. Also at beginning of every trip: it says to proceed to the beginning of your route, but not necessarily how to get…