On Wednesday 21 January 2009 16:11:27 Rory Browne wrote:
> Alternatively, you could check if openstreetmaps has the area you're going
> to well covered, and then get the cheapest Garmin Nuvi and put the OSM maps
> on it. If it doesn't you could get a the next model up and map it yourself.
Can one actually use OSM maps with any Garmin?
I looked briefly at my Lidl (SilverCrest) SatNav
but couldn't see how one could add to or edit
the maps that came with the device.
Incidentally, is there any SatNav
that could be called more Linux-friendly than others?
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