Old School Garmin GPS Car Mounts and Holders

I remember my first GPS.  It was a Garmin Streetpilot III GPS.  These were large units. About the size of an average human foot.  Garmin provided an adhesive dash mount which was actually a good mount.  I remember when I replaced this GPS with a new Garmin Nuvi 350, I liked the mount so much more than the suction variety, that I used it for the Nuvi as well.  That was what I would call an old school Garmin GPS car mount. Back in the days of my old Garmin Streetpilot III GPS, the only company that made mounts for a … Read more…

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…

Motorcycle and Car Mounts for Garmin Nuvi 2455LMT, 2455LT, 2475LT and 2495LMT GPS

This line of GPS models was introduced by Garmin in 2011.  These units are still in use several years later and we’re finding the GPS is outlasting the mounts, hence our article about mounting options for this series of popular devices.  All of these GPS models have a subscription to traffic alerts and two have a lifetime map subscription.  Devices like the Garmin Nuvi 2455LMT with an LMT or LM after the number have a lifetime map subscription and those that have an LT or LMT have a lifetime traffic subscription. If you have any of these units that have a traffic subscription, … Read more…

Garmin Nuvi 2595LMT, 2595LT and 2595LM Motorcycle and Car Mounts

This line of GPS models was introduced by Garmin in 2012.  The 2595 line of devices were introduced as an update to Garmin’s extremely successful 2555 lineup.  The difference between the two is that the 2595 has Bluetooth and voice recognition.  Nice features that result on the driver not having to manually interface with the GPS.  Devices like the Garmin Nuvi 2595LMT with an LMT or LM after the number have a lifetime map subscription and those that have an LT or LMT have a lifetime traffic subscription.  As far as I can tell though, only the 2595LMT was available in … Read more…

Garmin Nuvi 2555LMT, 2555LT and 2555LM Motorcycle and Car Mounts

This line of GPS models was introduced by Garmin in 2011.  These units are still in use several years later and we’re finding the GPS is outlasting the mounts, hence our article about mounting options for this series of popular devices.  Most of these GPS units have a lifetime subscription to map updates which means that your GPS won’t be outdated and you can defer purchase of a replacement for quite a while.  Devices like the Garmin Nuvi 2555LMT with an LMT or LM after the number have a lifetime map subscription and those that have an LT or LMT have … Read more…

Garmin DriveSmart 50 60 70 Car and Motorcycle Mounts

As mentioned in previous articles, Garmin has discontinued their decade old Nuvi line and replaced it with the Drive series.  There are four different lines that comprise their Drive Series.  The most basic GPS is the Garmin Drive and we wrote extensively about these devices here.  The Garmin DriveSmart is the step up from the Drive.  These devices carry all the basic GPS features found in the Drive which includes traffic and lifetime map updates.  The DriveSmart adds the ability to interface with your smartphone via Bluetooth.  This means you can make calls using the microphone and speakers on the … Read more…