Garmin RV 660LMT GPS Mounts

Garmin must have wanted to market a GPS that was big, but not too big.  Hence, we bring you the Garmin RV 660LMT.  This is a GPS made for RV owners with features that are important to that specialty market.  This model includes free lifetime maps and a traffic subscription.  This 6″ screen model introduces some new display features to allow customization of the vehicle you see on the display.  This GPS carries forward options from the prior RV models including customized RV routing for the United States and Canada and includes America’s RV Parks & Services Directory.  The Garmin RV 660LMT includes Voice Commands, … Read more…

Garmin Nuvi 2798LMT Car and Truck Mounts

The Garmin Nuvi 2798LMT is the first of the company’s GPS line to have a backup camera.  It looks like Garmin might be trying to introduce some new value added features to their aging Nuvi line.  We have seen backup cameras on a few models in Europe but this is a first for Garmin.  While certainly not a substitute for turning your head to check for oncoming vehicles, a backup camera is useful for backing into spaces to ensure you will not hit the object behind you.  The 2798LMT sports a lot of nice features including a big 7″ screen, lifetime map updates, integrated … Read more…

Garmin RV 760LMT GPS Mounts

Over the past few years, Garmin has really embraced the specialty GPS market.  It makes sense since smartphones with GPS applications such as Waze making a major dent in the personal navigation device market.  So here’s the latest foray into the specialty market:  the Garmin RV 760LMT.  This is a GPS made for RV owners with features that are important to that specialty market.  This model includes free lifetime maps and a traffic subscription.  The GPS features a big 7″ screen which is the largest made by Garmin for the automotive market.  The GPS includes customized RV routing for the United … Read more…

Garmin Car Chargers

Garmin has made many different GPS units over the years.  While you might think that one charger fits them all, that’s not even close to being the case.  Most older GPS units used 1AMP cables.  As the technology progressed, Garmin introduced high definition screens and along with that improvement came the 2AMP chargers.  But wait, there’s more.  None of the regular everyday chargers have traffic capability because Garmin decided to integrate the traffic receiver into the power cable.  Confused?  Don’t be.  This article will hopefully clear up any confusion. The most basic cable that Garmin makes is the 2AMP car … Read more…