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nüvi 2407/2408/2507/2508 Series

®

Owner’s Manual

March 2013

190-01579-00_0A

Printed in the USA

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.......................................................... 5 Adding a Point to a Route ................... 5 Viewing a List of Turns ........................................................................... 3 Deleting a Saved Location ....................... 4 Using the POI Loader Help Files ............ 2 Finding a Location by Browsing the Map ................................. 5 Table of Contents Viewing the Trip Log ....................................................................................................................................................... 4 Your Route on the Map ............ 8 Starting a Route Using Voice Command ......................................................................................................... 8 About Hands-Free Calling ....................... 4 Using the Navigation Map ......... 4 Starting a Route to a Saved Location .......... 2 Using the On-Screen Buttons ................................. 2 Viewing GPS Signal Status ............ 3 Finding Recently Found Destinations ................ 8 Pairing Your Phone ...................... 6 Changing the Map Data Field ............... 3 Finding Parking ............................................. 2 Locations ............................... 1 Adjusting the Screen Brightness .................................... 9 Saving a Home Phone Number .................................. 9 About Smartphone Link ...................... 1 Setting Up Garmin Express ...................................... 6 Customizing the Map Tools .. 9 Calling Home ............................. 6 Safety Cameras ...... 8 Muting Instructions .................................................................................... 7 Traffic on Your Route .............................................. 1 Adjusting the Volume ................................ 5 Stopping the Route ...................................................... 2 Finding Locations .......................................................................................................................... 7 Taking an Alternate Route .................................................................. 8 Tips After Pairing the Devices ...... 6 Changing the Map Perspective ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9 Downloading Smartphone Link ...... 7 Viewing Upcoming Traffic ......... 8 Viewing Traffic Subscriptions ............................ 1 Status Bar Icons .................................................................................. 6 Avoiding an Area ................................................................................................ 4 Custom Points of Interest .............................. 6 About Custom Avoidances ............................................................................................................................. 8 Enabling Traffic ........................ 1 Turning Off the Device ...................... 1 nüMaps Guarantee™ ... 6 Disabling a Custom Avoidance ..... 6 Deleting Custom Avoidances ............................................................ 6 Customizing the Map ..................................................................................................... 3 Saving Locations ............................................................................................. 9 Using Help . 7 About Traffic Cameras ........ 7 Viewing a Traffic Camera ....... 9 Calling a Contact in Your Phone Book ............ 4 Removing a Shortcut ............................ 8 Enabling Bluetooth Wireless Technology ............................................................................. 8 Disabling Voice Command ................................. 9 Placing a Call ................................................................................................................................................................... 4 Installing POI Loader Software ......................................................... 9 Using In-Call Options .................................................................... 5 Customizing the Up Ahead Categories ................................................................................................................ 1 About Automatic Volume .................................................................................................... 7 Searching for Traffic Incidents ................................................... 3 Saving a Location ........ 9 Using the Call History .................................................................................................................. 10 Sending a Location from Your Phone to Your Device ............................................................................................................... 2 Finding a Location by Category .......................................................................................... 1 Lifetime Subscriptions .................................... 2 Changing the Search Area ......................................... 1 Connecting the Device to Vehicle Power .............................. 8 Adding a Subscription . 4 Adding a Shortcut ............................................................................................................... 8 Setting the Wakeup Phrase .......... 7 Saving a Traffic Camera .......................... 7 Viewing Traffic on the Map ................................. 6 Finding Nearby Services .................................. 4 Changing the Route Calculation Mode ................................................ 6 Using Suggested Routes ................................................................................................... 5 Viewing the Next Turn ...... 4 Setting a Simulated Location ............. 5 Viewing the Trip Information Page ............................................................ 3 Editing a Saved Location .................................................................................. 7 Receiving Traffic Data Using a Traffic Receiver .. 2 Battery Information ........ 9 Using the Apps....................................... 7 Traffic............................................................................................................................... 8 Voice Command Tips ......................................... 1 Support and Updates ..... 2 Using the On-Screen Keyboard ........................................ 5 Finding Up Ahead Services ........................ 10 i . 3 Saving a Home Location .............................................................................. 5 Viewing Route Activity ................................................................... 1 Acquiring GPS Signals ................Table of Contents Getting Started.............................................................................................................................. 2 Finding a Location Using the Search Bar ...................................................... 8 Disabling trafficTrends ....................................... 6 Avoiding Road Features ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6 Viewing Current Location Information ......... 3 Search Tools ................................................................................................................................... 1 Resetting the Device ........................... 9 Disconnecting Your Phone .................................................................................................... 3 Assigning Categories to a Saved Location .......................................................................................................... 5 Trip Information ....................... 7 About Traffic Subscriptions ............................................................... 5 About Up Ahead .............................................................................................................................4 Starting a Route .............................. 9 Connecting to Smartphone Link .... 2 Setting the Time ............................... 1 Entering and Exiting Sleep Mode ............................................................................................................................................. 4 Finding Custom POIs ............................................................................................ 8 Hands-Free Phone Calls .................................................................... 4 Navigation........................ 5 Taking a Detour ............................................................................................................................................................................ 5 Viewing Trip Data from the Map ........................................................ 2 Finding an Address .... 5 Viewing Junctions ............................................. 6 Avoiding a Road ............... 9 Dialing a Number .............................................................................................................................. 8 Voice Command.................. 6 Getting Directions to Your Current Location .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Subscription Activation ..................................................................... 4 Previewing Multiple Routes ................................................................................................................ 8 Activating Voice Command ........... 9 Receiving a Call ............................................................................ 6 Resetting Trip Information ................................................................... 9 Calling a Location .................................................................. 6 Customizing the Map Layers ............. 9 Deleting a Paired Phone ............................................................. 8 trafficTrends™ ............... 9 Searching Help Topics ............................................................................................................................................................ 3 Saving Your Current Location ..........................

............................................................................ 14 My device does not appear as either a portable device or a removable drive or volume on my computer ...................................................................... 12 Connecting the Device to Your Computer .......................................................... 13 Device and Privacy Settings ............. 14 Cleaning the Touchscreen ...................................................................... 12 File Types ........................................................... 11 Editing a Saved Trip .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 12 Customizing the Device............. 11 Viewing the Weather Radar ........................................................................... Mount............... 12 Transferring Data From Your Computer ............................................................................................. 10 ecoRoute HD Accessory .. 12 Display Settings ............................................ 12 Route Preferences ..................................................................................................................................... 14 ii Table of Contents ............................... 13 Language and Keyboard Settings ..................................................... 10 About ecoChallenge ........ 13 Cleaning the Outer Casing ............. 12 Map and Vehicle Settings ........ 14 Removing the Device................................................................................................................. 13 Proximity Alerts Settings .......................................................................... 10 Viewing Fuel Economy Information ......... 12 Installing a Memory Card .......................................... 14 The device does not charge in my vehicle ................................................... 14 My phone will not connect to the device ............................................................................................................................. 13 Restoring Settings ................................................ 11 Viewing the Weather Forecast ......................... 10 Setting Up the Vehicle .......................... 14 The suction cup will not stay on my windshield ................................ 12 Enabling Maps ................................ 10 Calibrating the Fuel Economy ........................................................... 13 Units and Time Settings . 14 My device is not acquiring satellite signals .............................................................................................................................................................................. 14 Avoiding Theft .......... 12 Bluetooth Settings ............................................. 11 Viewing myGarmin Messages ....................................16 Data Management ............... 11 Mileage Reports .............. 14 Mounting on Your Dashboard ................................................................................................................................................................ and Suction Cup ................................................................................ 13 Traffic Settings ........................................................................................................ 14 My device does not appear as a portable device on my computer .......... 14 My battery does not stay charged for very long ...... 11 Checking Road Conditions . 12 Navigation Settings .. 11 My device does not appear as a removable drive on my computer ................................................................... 14 Purchasing Accessories ........................ 11 Viewing Weather Alerts .................................................................................... 13 Appendix................ 11 Planning a Trip ....Disabling Calls While Connected to Smartphone Link ............... 10 Changing the Fuel Price ............................................................... 11 Scheduling a Trip ....... 11 Navigating to a Saved Trip .......... 11 Viewing Previous Routes and Destinations .......................................................................................................................... 12 About Memory Cards ................................................................ 10 About ecoRoute ................. 13 About Device Care ............ 13 Changing the Fuse in the Vehicle Power Cable ........................ 15 Index...13 Power Cables ................................................................... 11 Resetting ecoRoute Information ............................................................................................. 13 Disabling Bluetooth .................................. 14 Troubleshooting.................................................... 10 Garmin Live Services ............................................................................................................................................................. 11 Viewing Weather Near a Different City ......................................................................................................................... 14 The battery gauge does not seem accurate .............................................. 14 Purchasing Additional Maps ............. 14 Removing the Device from the Mount ..... 12 Disconnecting the USB Cable ........... 10 Subscribing to Garmin Live Services ............ 13 Charging the Device . 14 Removing the Mount from the Suction Cup .......................... 14 Removing the Suction Cup from the Windshield ...........................................................................

‍ Adjusting the Volume 1 Select Volume.‍ 4 Follow the on-screen instructions.‍ Acquiring GPS Signals To navigate with your device.‍ Press the power key À.‍ For more information. the device enters sleep mode.‍ nüMaps Guarantee™ Your device may be eligible for a free map update within 90 days of first acquiring satellites while driving.‍ Turning Off the Device place.‍ 2 Follow the on-screen instructions.‍ 2 If necessary.‍ 2 Plug the larger end of the USB cable into an available USB port on your computer. your device uses very little power and can wake instantly for use.garmin. you should charge it. automatic volume allows the device to adjust the volume level based on the background noise in the vehicle (page 8).com/‍lmt.garmin.‍ Acquiring satellites can take several minutes. and flip the lever à back toward the windshield.com/‍express.‍ Getting Started The prompt appears after five seconds. and a traffic receiver.garmin.‍ Resetting the Device You can reset your device if it stops functioning. away from tall buildings and trees.com/‍us​/‍maps​/‍numaps​_‍lifetime.‍ LM: This model includes a nüMaps Lifetime™ subscription.‍ • Product registration • Software and map updates • Product manuals • Vehicles.‍ 2 Select Off.‍ in the status bar indicates the satellite signal strength (see page 2).‍ Hold the power key for 10 seconds.‍ LT: This model includes a lifetime traffic subscription and a traffic receiver.‍ NOTE: If you register the device.‍ Go to www.garmin.‍ 1 Turn on the device.‍ Entering and Exiting Sleep Mode Before you use your device on battery power.‍ For terms and conditions go to www.‍ 2 Press the mount Á onto the suction cup  until it snaps into 1 Hold the power key until a prompt appears on the screen. go outdoors to an open area.‍ You can use sleep mode to conserve battery power when your device is not in use. lifetime traffic subscription.Getting Started WARNING See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the product box for product warnings and other important information.‍ • Select to mute the device.‍ LMT: This model includes a nüMaps Lifetime subscription.‍ Connecting the Device to Vehicle Power WARNING This product contains a lithium-ion battery.‍ 2 Select an option: • Use the slider bar to adjust the volume.‍ TIP: You can save power by putting the device in sleep mode while charging the battery.‍ 3 Go to www.‍ If you release the power key before the prompt appears.‍ Lifetime Subscriptions Some models include subscriptions to lifetime features. store the device out of direct sunlight.‍ Press the bottom of the mount into the device until it clicks.garmin.‍ to view detailed information about the 3 If necessary.‍ About Automatic Volume On devices with hands-free calling. voices. you must acquire satellites.‍ Support and Updates Garmin® Express provides easy access to these services for your device.‍ 4 Fit the tab on the top of the mount into the slot on the back of the device.‍ • Select for additional options. go to www.‍ 1 Plug the vehicle power cable À into the USB port on the device.com/‍express.‍ 2 Use the slider bar to adjust the brightness. which provides quarterly map updates for the useful life of your device.‍ 1 .‍ To prevent the possibility of personal injury or product damage caused by battery exposure to extreme heat.com/‍numaps for terms and conditions.‍ While in sleep mode.‍ Adjusting the Screen Brightness 1 Select Settings > Display > Brightness. hold satellite signals. you can receive e-mail notifications when a map update is available.‍ 3 Press the suction cup to the windshield.‍ 5 6 Plug the other end of the vehicle power cable into a power outlet in your vehicle. and other extras Setting Up Garmin Express 1 Plug the small end of the USB cable into the port on the device.‍ Activating Lifetime Maps 1 Go to www.

‍ Current time Battery status Connected to Smartphone Link Temperature Viewing GPS Signal Status Hold for three seconds.‍ 1 Select Where To?.‍ Finding a Location Using the Search Bar You can use the search bar to search for locations by entering a category. select a subcategory. select Automatic Volume.‍ • To search for a business name.‍ 3 Select an option.‍ 1 Select 2 Scroll the numbers to set the time. such as restaurants.‍ 4 Select an option: • To search for a type of business.‍ 2 Select Enter Search in the search bar.‍ in the status bar indicates the status of the internal battery.‍ • To search for an address in another city.‍ You can select some icons to change settings or view additional information.‍ • Select to change character capitalization.‍ • To search using the text you entered.‍ 2 If necessary. select Where To?.‍ Battery Information After the device is connected to power.‍ 4 Select a location.‍ • Select to change the keyboard language mode.‍ Do not unplug the device until it is fully charged.‍ • Select to delete a character.‍ 4 If applicable.‍ Locations . brand name.‍ • To search for coordinates. enter the street number and street name.‍ • Select to delete a search entry. or city name.‍ Changing the Search Area 1 From the main menu. such as restaurants. select a location. enter latitude and longitude coordinates.‍ Locations The detailed maps loaded in your device contain locations.‍ Select or to see more choices.‍ 3 Select Enabled. select a destination from the Quick Search list.‍ To increase the accuracy of the battery gauge.‍ Using the On-Screen Keyboard See "Language and Keyboard Settings" to change the keyboard layout (page 13). auto services. address.Automatic volume control lowers the volume of the device when background noise is low and raises the volume level when background noise increases. enter the street number.‍ Select to see a menu of options for the current screen. select . city.‍ 6 If necessary.‍ GPS signal status Bluetooth® technology status (appears when Bluetooth is enabled) businesses and attractions.‍ Hold or to scroll faster. hotels.‍ Setting the Time NOTE: You can select Automatic to automatically set the time each time the device is powered on. enter a category name (for example. and state. or select Categories.‍ You can use categories to browse for nearby 2 5 If necessary. or select Categories.‍ 1 Select Where To?.‍ You can also search for addresses.‍ 3 Select a category. and detailed street information. coordinates.‍ Hold to quickly return to the main menu. and intersections.‍ 2 Select Searching Near. hospitals.‍ Searching Within a Category After you have performed a search for a point of interest. enter the city and state.‍ • Select to enter special characters.‍ • To search for an address near you.‍ 5 Select an option: • To search using a suggested search term.‍ . you must enable the map layer for places along the road (page 6). such as punctuation marks.‍ Enabling Automatic Volume Your device can increase or decrease the volume automatically based on the level of background noise. certain categories may display a Quick Search list that shows the last three destinations you selected.‍ 2 Select a category. you should fully discharge the battery and then fully charge it. select the appropriate destination.‍ Status Bar Icons The status bar is located at the top of the main menu.‍ Finding a Location by Browsing the Map Before you can find places included in the map data. and fuel stations.‍ 1 Select Volume > . it begins to charge.‍ 3 If necessary. street name.‍ • To search for a city. cities. select the term. enter all or part of the name.‍ 3 Enter all or part of the search term.‍ 2 Select a category.‍ Suggested search terms appear below the search bar.‍ Finding Locations Finding a Location by Category 1 Select Where To?.‍ The status bar icons display information about features on the device. "movie theaters").‍ Using the On-Screen Buttons • • • • • Select to return to the previous menu screen.

‍ The location is saved as "Home" in the Saved menu.‍ 6 If necessary.‍ Select the longitude coordinate.‍ You can set your home location for the location you return to most often.‍ 5 If necessary.‍ 2 Select a location.‍ 3 If necessary.1 Select View Map.‍ Assigning Categories to a Saved Location You can add custom categories to organize your saved locations.‍ 2 Enter the address number. select the vehicle icon.‍ 1 Select Where To? > > Set Home Location. or Recently Found.‍ 1 2 3 4 5 Editing a Saved Location 1 Select Where To? > Saved. state. your current location is saved as a parking spot.‍ Locations Going Home Select Where To? > Go Home.‍ NOTE: Categories appear in the saved locations menu after you have saved at least 12 locations.‍ Enter the second street name.‍ 2 Select a parking location. and select Done. select a category.‍ 3 Select a location.‍ Finding Parking 1 Select Where To? > Categories > Parking.‍ Select a city.‍ 4 Select > Save.‍ 1 Select Where To? > Address. and select Done. and select Done.‍ Enter the new coordinate.‍ If necessary. select a location.‍ Editing Your Home Location Information Select Where To? > Saved > Home.‍ 8 Select Done.‍ 3 Select .‍ Select . such as a street.‍ If necessary.‍ Select Apps > Last Spot.‍ Your device stores the last 50 destinations you have found.‍ 5 If necessary.‍ Clearing the List of Recently Found Locations Select Where To? > Recent > > Clear > Yes. or the province.‍ Finding an Intersection 1 Select Where To? > Categories > Intersections. and select a category icon to view only a specific category of places. Use Current Location.‍ 7 Edit the information.‍ 3 Enter a name.‍ 6 Select an option: • Select Name.‍ Select the latitude coordinate.‍ 4 Select an option: • Select a location marker.‍ Search Tools Search tools allow you to search for specific types of locations by responding to on-screen prompts.‍ • Select Change Map Symbol to change the symbol used to mark the saved location on a map.‍ • To change the country. and select Next.‍ 5 If necessary.‍ Select > Edit.‍ Enter the first street name.‍ Enter your changes.‍ Finding a City Select Where To? > Categories > Cities.‍ 2 Drag and zoom the map to display the area to search. and select Next. the state.‍ Finding an Address NOTE: The order of the steps may change depending on the map data loaded on your device.‍ 3 . state. select State or Country.‍ Enter the new coordinate. select the street. and change the coordinate format or 3 4 5 6 7 datum.‍ • Select a point. enter a name.‍ Saving Your Current Location 1 From the map.‍ 2 If necessary.‍ Select View on Map. select the intersection.‍ Location markers ( or a blue dot) appear on the map. select the address.‍ Saving a Home Location 1 Select Where To? > Recent. or province.‍ 1 2 3 4 Finding a Location Using Coordinates You can find a location using latitude and longitude coordinates. or province. and select Next.‍ 3 Enter the street name. select .‍ This can be helpful when geocaching.‍ Enter a city name. and enter a name.‍ • Select Categories to assign categories to the saved location.‍ • Select Phone Number.‍ Select Enter Search. intersection. and select .‍ Saving Locations Saving a Location 1 Search for a location (page 2). and select Done.‍ Select Done.‍ If necessary.‍ 4 Select OK.‍ 2 Select an option: 3 4 5 6 7 • Select a state or province. select the location description to view additional information. and select Done. select .‍ 4 Select . select Searching Near to change the city.‍ Finding Recently Found Destinations 1 Select Where To? > Categories > Coordinates.‍ 2 If necessary.‍ 2 Select Enter My Address.‍ 4 If necessary.‍ 5 Select > Edit. or address location.‍ Finding Your Last Parking Spot When you disconnect the device from vehicle power while the device is on. select the city.‍ 2 From the search results.‍ 2 Select Save. select the street.

‍ Changing the Route Calculation Mode The route calculation is based on road speeds and vehicle acceleration data for a given route.‍ 1 Select Settings > Navigation > GPS Simulator.‍ The next route will be calculated as a straight line to the location.‍ A checkered flag marks your destination.‍ 1 Select Where To? > Saved.‍ The route is marked with a magenta line.‍ 4 Select a route.‍ 3 Select the shortcut again to confirm.‍ 1 Go to http:​/‍​/‍www​.‍ The calculation mode affects only automobile routes. select a suggested category. or select All Saved Places.garmin​. you can use the GPS to set a simulated location.‍ A data field displaying the current speed limit may appear as you travel on major roadways. select a location.‍ • Select Shorter Distance to calculate routes that are shorter in distance but can take more time to drive. you can use Off Road mode.‍ Adding a Shortcut You can add shortcuts to the Where To? menu.‍ Using the POI Loader Help Files For more information on the POI loader.‍ Starting a Route to a Saved Location 1 Select Where To? > Saved.‍ 4 Select Go!.‍ 1 Select Where To? > Add Shortcut.‍ Deleting a Saved Location NOTE: Deleted locations cannot be recovered. the device guides you to the destination with voice prompts.‍ Custom Points of Interest Custom POIs are customized points on the map.‍ With the POI loader open.‍ 2 Select Calculation Mode > Off Road > Save.‍ • Select Off Road to calculate point-to-point routes (without roads).‍ Select a location.‍ 2 From the search results. the device recalculates the route and provides new directions.‍ Garmin will not be responsible for any traffic fines or citations you receive for failing to follow all applicable traffic laws and signs.‍ If you depart from the original route.‍ 3 Select the box next to the saved locations to delete.‍ If necessary.‍ 3 Select a location.‍ Select Done. refer to the Help file.‍ Select Settings > Navigation > Calculation Mode.‍ Navigating Off Road If you are not following roadways as you navigate.‍ 4 Select the location description.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Select Where To? > Saved.‍ Enter one or more category names. a category. and select Delete.‍ 3 Select Routes.‍ Select > Edit > Categories.‍ 5 Select Set Location.‍ • Select Faster Time to calculate routes that are faster to drive but can be longer in distance.‍ 2 Scroll to the Other Categories section.‍ Setting a Simulated Location If you are indoors or not receiving satellite signals.‍ Your Route on the Map NOTICE The speed limit feature is for information only and does not replace your responsibility to abide by all posted speed limit signs and to use safe driving judgment at all times.‍ Navigation Starting a Route 1 Search for a location (page 2).‍ 1 Select Settings > Navigation.‍ 2 From the main menu.‍ 3 Select Go!. select View Map.‍ 2 Select the shortcut to remove.‍ Removing a Shortcut 1 Select Where To? > > Remove Shortcut(s).‍ 1 Select Where To? > Categories.‍ The Where To? menu can contain up to 36 shortcut icons.‍ Previewing Multiple Routes 1 Search for a location (page 2). separated by commas.com​/‍extras.‍ 3 Install the POI Loader onto your computer. or a search tool.‍ 3 Tap the map twice to select an area.‍ They can contain alerts that let you know if you are near a designated point or if you are traveling faster than a specified speed.‍ 2 Select an item. click Help. and directions at the top of the map.‍ 2 Select a location.‍ 4 Navigation .‍ Select .‍ Finding Custom POIs Before you can find custom POIs. select a category. arrows on the map.‍ A shortcut can point to a location.‍ 2 Select > Delete Saved Places.‍ The address of the location appears at the bottom of the screen.‍ As you travel. you must load custom POIs on your device using the POI Loader software (page 4).‍ 2 If necessary.‍ Installing POI Loader Software You can create or download custom POI lists on your computer and install them on your device using POI Loader software. and select a category.‍ 2 Click Services > POI Loader.

‍ 3 Select an option: • To zoom in or out.‍5 mi.‍ Food 1 2 3 4 5 Taking a Detour Before you can take a detour. select 0.‍ The details for the turn appear.‍ From the map.‍ 1 While navigating a route.‍ • To change the services displayed.‍ 4 Select an option: • To rearrange the order of the services. you can view all of the turns and maneuvers for your entire route and the distance between turns. you can view the junctions on major roadways.‍ 3 Select . if available.‍ 1 From the map. the image of that junction appears briefly. select to view the junction.‍ The preview includes the distance to the turn or maneuver and the lane in which you should be traveling.‍ 2 Select a tab. 2 mi.‍ NOTE: If you make frequent stops.‍ 2 Select anywhere on the map.‍ Customizing the Trip Data Fields Before you can customize the data that appears in the trip data fields on the map. select to view the next turn on the map.‍ • To center the map on your current location.‍ Trip Information Viewing Trip Data from the Map Before you can view trip data on the map.‍ You can take a detour for a specified distance along your route or detour around specific roads. select .‍ Navigation Lodging Restrooms Parking Banks and ATMs Finding Up Ahead Services 1 From the map. select . select Custom Search.‍ Search for the extra stop.‍ 3 Select a trip data field.‍ Services are listed under tabs by category. select the text bar on the top of the map.‍ • To switch between North Up and 3-D views.‍ 1 Select View Map. select > .‍ This is useful if you encounter construction zones. a detailed simulation of the road appears beside the map. select .‍ When you approach a junction in a route.‍ 5 Select Done.‍ If available.‍ From the map.‍ From the map. you must add the Trip Data tool to the map tools menu (page 6).‍ Customizing the Up Ahead Categories You can change the services you search for. an image of the junction appears for junctions on major roadways. a preview of the next turn. select the navigation bar at the top of the map. or 5 mi. you must be navigating a route.‍ 2 Select an option.‍ 4 Select an option.‍ Select Go!.‍ Select the stop from the search results. select a road to detour around.‍ From the map.‍ • To detour your route for a specific distance.‍ About Up Ahead You can view upcoming businesses and services along your route or the road on which you are traveling. select Speed.‍ From the map.‍ 1 While navigating a route. and enter the name of the business or category.‍ Viewing Junctions While navigating a route. or other maneuver appears in the upper-left corner of the map.‍ • To search for a specific business or category. select > Up Ahead.‍ Viewing Route Activity Viewing a List of Turns While navigating a route.‍ 3 Select a point of interest.‍ Viewing the Entire Route on the Map 1 While navigating a route.‍ The new trip data field appears in the trip data list. re-arrange the order of the service icons.‍ Viewing the Trip Information Page The trip information page displays your present speed and provides statistics about your trip.‍ Select Add to Active Route.‍ 2 Select a turn. select .‍ Stopping the Route From the map. select > Up Ahead.‍ Active Lane Guidance As you approach a turn while navigating a route. and search for a specific business or category.‍ • To detour around a specific road on the route. if available.‍ 2 Select > Map. select > Where To?. select a service.‍ 3 If necessary.Using the Navigation Map 1 Select View Map. select and drag an arrow on the right up or down. select or . or poor road conditions. you must add the tool to the map tools menu. and select a different service. lane change.‍ A magenta line appears on the proper lane for the turn. select > Trip Data. select a service.‍ 5 .‍ • To view specific categories when not navigating a route.‍ See page 6 .‍ 2 Select > Trip Data.‍ Adding a Point to a Route Gas Before you can add a stop. so it can accurately measure elapsed time during the trip. leave the device turned on. you must add the detour tool to the map tools menu (page 6).‍ 2 Select a service icon. from the map select > Detour. closed roads.‍ Viewing the Next Turn While navigating an automobile route. if available.

‍ 2 Select > Reset Field(s). select the vehicle.‍ The selected area is shaded on the map. the day of the week. and the time of day. and traffic information.‍ Customizing the Map Layers You can customize which data appear on the map.‍ 2 Select the layers to include on the map.‍ 2 Select an avoidance. select .‍ 2 Select an option: • To delete all custom avoidances. and select > Delete.‍ 3 Select a starting location.‍ 2 Select Add Avoid Road.‍ • Select Reset Max. select the vehicle.‍ Using the myTrends™ feature.‍ Getting Directions to Your Current Location If you need to tell another person how to get to your current location.‍ 5 Select the lower-right corner of the area to avoid.‍ Disabling a Custom Avoidance You can disable a custom avoidance without deleting it.‍ 2 If necessary.‍ • Select North Up to display the map in 2-D with north at the top.‍ 2 Select > Directions to Me. your device predicts your destination based on your travel history.‍ 2 Select a type of data to display. such as fuel.‍ 2 Select the Trip Log check box.‍ 4 Select the upper-left corner of the area to avoid.‍ Finding Nearby Services You can use the Where Am I? page to find nearby services.About Custom Avoidances Custom avoidances allow you to avoid specific areas and sections of road.‍ 1 From the map.‍ 2 Select the map tools to include in the menu.‍ 1 From the map.‍ 4 Select the ending point of the road section.‍ Customizing the Map Customizing the Map Tools You can select the shortcuts that appear in the map tools menu.‍ Select the navigation bar to view a suggested route to the location.‍ • To delete one custom avoidance.‍ From the map. select the avoidance. and select Next.‍ 2 Select a category. with your direction of travel at the top. select Add Avoidances.‍ Avoiding Road Features 1 Select Settings > Navigation > Avoidances.‍ 1 Select Settings > Map & Vehicle > Map Tools. select Speed .‍ 3 Select Save.‍ After you have driven to a saved location several times.‍ 2 Select an option: • Select Track Up to display the map in two dimensions (2D). which is a record of the path you have traveled.‍ Navigation . hospitals or police stations. and select Save.‍ 3 Select Add Avoid Area. you must save at least one location and enable the travel history feature (page 13).‍ NOTE: You cannot customize Speed.‍ • Select Reset Trip Data to reset the information on the trip computer. your device can give you a list of directions. select Select All to reset every data field except the speedometer. and select Next.‍ 1 Select Settings > Map & Vehicle > Map Layers.‍ Viewing Current Location Information You can use the Where Am I? page to view information about your current location. on the first page. such as icons for points of interest and road conditions.‍ Changing the Map Perspective 1 Select Settings > Map & Vehicle > Driving Map View.‍ 6 Avoiding an Area 1 Select Settings > Navigation > Custom Avoidances. and select Next.‍ 3 Select Save.‍ This feature is helpful if you need to tell emergency personnel your location.‍ 3 Select > Disable.‍ Deleting Custom Avoidances 1 Select Settings > Navigation > Custom Avoidances. select a data field. and select Save. along with the estimated time of travel.‍ Using Suggested Routes Before you can use this feature. and select Next.‍ 3 Select the starting point of the section of road to avoid.‍ 6 Select Done. select the vehicle.‍ • Select Reset Trip B to reset the odometer.‍ 1 Select Settings > Map & Vehicle > Map Layers.‍ Resetting Trip Information 1 From the map.‍ 2 Select the road features to avoid on your routes.‍ You can enable and disable custom avoidances as needed.‍ Speed to reset the maximum speed.‍ Avoiding a Road 1 Select Settings > Navigation > Custom Avoidances.‍ 3 Select an option: • When not navigating a route.‍ Viewing the Trip Log Your device keeps a trip log.‍ Changing the Map Data Field 1 From the map.‍ 5 Select Done. the location may appear in the navigation bar on the map.‍ 4 Select Select.‍ 1 Select Settings > Navigation > Custom Avoidances.

‍ If your device model includes lifetime traffic. select > Traffic.‍ 1 While navigating a route.‍ You can choose whether to use alternate routes automatically. you must have a traffic-compatible power cable.‍ 2 Select the traffic incident to view additional details.‍ This feature is not available in all areas.‍ 3 Select a road. you must save a traffic camera (page 7). and your device must be connected to a supported phone running Smartphone Link (page 9).‍ For these locations.garmin. you must subscribe to the photoLive service.‍ • The powered traffic receiver and the device may need to be in data range of a station transmitting traffic data to receive traffic information.com/‍safetycameras for availability.‍ Traffic on Your Route When a traffic delay occurs on your route. built into either the vehicle power cable or the device. you must purchase a Garmin traffic receiver accessory.‍ 3 Select Go!.‍ 4 If there is more than one incident.com/‍traffic for more information.‍ Safety Cameras NOTICE Garmin is not responsible for the accuracy of or the consequences of using a custom point of interest or a safety camera database. you can manually start an alternate route to avoid a traffic delay.‍ Taking an Alternate Route If you do not have your device set to use alternate routes automatically.garmin.‍ Your device can receive traffic signals from a station broadcasting traffic data.‍ 1 Select Apps > photoLive.‍ Viewing Traffic on the Map The traffic map shows color-coded traffic flow and delays on nearby roads. you can purchase a subscription for safety camera information.‍ 5 Select Touch to Add.‍ 2 Select a camera. and is an optional accessory for all models.‍ 3 Select an item in the list.‍ See Traffic Settings for more information (page 13). so you can update your device regularly to receive the most up-to-date information.‍ Safety camera information is available in some locations.‍ The data is updated at least weekly. select > Legend to view the legend for the traffic map.‍ Traffic NOTICE Garmin is not responsible for the accuracy or timeliness of the traffic information.‍ Viewing a Traffic Camera Before you can view a traffic camera.‍ 2 Traffic When you are within a traffic coverage area. your device displays traffic information.‍ Receiving Traffic Data Using a Traffic Receiver NOTICE Heated (metallized) windshields could degrade the performance of the traffic receiver. this option is not available. an alert appears on the map. you should use the vehicle power cable packaged with your device.‍ • If your device includes an external traffic antenna. you should always leave the external antenna plugged in for the best traffic reception.‍ Go to www.‍ 1 Connect the traffic-compatible power cable to an external power source.‍ • The device must be connected to vehicle power to receive traffic information.‍ 2 If necessary.‍ 1 While navigating a route.‍ For information about traffic receivers and coverage areas. select > Traffic.‍ Saving a Traffic Camera Before you can use this feature.com/‍traffic.‍ Your device alerts you when you are approaching a safety camera and can warn you if you are driving too fast.‍ Before you can receive traffic data using a traffic receiver.‍ NOTE: If a better alternative route does not exist.‍ You can save cameras that you want to view regularly.‍ NOTE: In some areas.‍ Each region that you purchase has an expiration date.• Select 3-D to display the map in three dimensions.‍ You can purchase a new region or extend an existing subscription at any time.‍ • You do not need to activate the subscription included with your device or traffic receiver.‍ A traffic receiver is included in some packages.‍ 1 From the main menu. and the device calculates an alternate route to avoid the delay.‍ The delay time is added into your estimated time of arrival automatically.‍ Traffic information may not be available in all areas or countries. use the arrows to view additional incidents. and On Fastest Route appears instead. select Apps > Traffic.garmin.‍ Your device may route you through a traffic delay if a better alternative route does not exist. or upon request.‍ • Traffic alerts appear on the map when there are traffic incidents along your route or in your area. go to www. traffic information may be received from FM radio stations using HD Radio™ technology.‍ The nearest upcoming traffic incident appears in a panel on the right side of the map.‍ 4 Select an intersection.‍ About Traffic Cameras Traffic cameras provide live images of traffic conditions on major roadways and intersections.‍ 7 . select Apps > Traffic.‍ 2 Select Alternate Route.‍ Viewing Upcoming Traffic You can view traffic incidents coming up along your route or along the road on which you are traveling.‍ If your device model does not include traffic.‍ Check www.‍ Connect the traffic-compatible power cable to the device.‍ 2 Select > Incidents.‍ 1 Select Apps > photoLive.‍ The subscription includes the locations of hundreds of safety cameras.‍ 2 Select Touch to Add.‍ Searching for Traffic Incidents 1 From the main menu.

‍ The device indicates the strength of the wakeup phrase as you enter the phrase.‍ Voice command allows you to use your device by saying words and commands.‍ Using Bluetooth wireless technology.About Traffic Subscriptions You can purchase additional subscriptions or a renewal if your subscription expires.‍ 2 Select Subscriptions > .‍ 1 Select Apps > Voice Command > .‍ Voice Command Tips • Speak in a normal voice directed at the device.‍ Hands-free calling is available on some models.‍ 4 Go to www.com/‍bluetooth. but it still avoids potentially congested areas in routes using the trafficTrends feature.‍ trafficTrends™ When the trafficTrends feature is enabled.‍ Voice Command .‍ • Reduce background noise.‍ 1 Select Apps > Voice Command > Customize Phrase.com/‍fmtraffic to purchase a subscription and get a 25-character code.‍ When traffic data is disabled.com​/‍traffic.‍ 5 Say Navigate.‍ The default wakeup phrase is Voice Command.‍ Enabling Traffic You can enable or disable traffic data.‍ Viewing Traffic Subscriptions Select Settings > Traffic > Subscriptions. to increase the accuracy of the voice recognition.garmin.‍ NOTE: Different routes may be calculated based on traffic trends for the day of the week or the time of day.‍ To determine whether your mobile phone with Bluetooth technology is compatible with your device.‍ Go to http:​/‍​/‍www​. your device can connect to your mobile phone to become a hands-free device.‍ 5 Select Next on the device.‍ 1 Select Settings > Traffic.‍ If you own multiple FM traffic receivers.‍ 3 Write down the FM traffic receiver unit ID. and speak the name of the location.‍ 2 Select Voice Command > Disabled.‍ Enabling Bluetooth Wireless Technology 1 Select Settings > Bluetooth.garmin​.‍ Muting Instructions You can disable the voice prompts for voice command without muting the device. the device does not receive traffic data.‍ TIP: You can reduce the chance of accidental voice command activation by using a strong wakeup phrase. or the radio.‍ Your phone may not support all of the hands-free phone features your device provides.‍ 1 Say your wakeup phrase (page 8).‍ NOTE: Voice Activated Navigation may not achieve desired performance when in a noisy environment. you must disable trafficTrends. your device uses historic traffic data to calculate more-efficient routes.‍ Select Done.‍ 4 Say the line number. and may not be available on all models. well-known locations.‍ • Listen for two tones to confirm when the device enters and exits voice command.garmin.‍ 6 Enter the code.‍ The traffic subscription code cannot be reused.‍ • Respond to voice prompts from the device as needed.‍ Setting the Wakeup Phrase The wakeup phrase is a word or phrase you can say to activate voice command.‍ The subscription activates automatically after your device acquires satellite signals while receiving traffic signals from the pay service provider.‍ The voice command menu provides voice prompts and a list of available commands.‍ You must obtain a new code each time you renew your service.‍ 8 NOTE: Bluetooth wireless technology is not available on all models.‍ 3 Listen for the voice prompt.‍ • Increase the length of your wakeup phrase to reduce the chance of accidental voice command activation.‍ 1 Select Apps > Voice Command > .‍ 2 Select the Traffic check box. if enabled (page 8).‍ Select Settings > Traffic > trafficTrends.‍ Pairing Your Phone Before you can use hands-free calling.‍ 7 Select Done.‍ Starting a Route Using Voice Command You can say the names of popular.‍ 1 From the main menu.‍ • Speak commands as they appear on the screen. you must obtain a new code for each receiver.‍ 2 Say Find Place.‍ 2 Select Mute Instructions > Enabled.‍ 2 Enter a new wakeup phrase.‍ Disabling Voice Command You can disable voice command.‍ 3 Activating Voice Command Say your wakeup phrase. which prevents you from accidentally activating voice command while speaking.‍ Disabling trafficTrends To prevent your device from recording or sharing traffic data. such as voices.‍ Subscription Activation You do not need to activate the subscription included with your FM traffic receiver.‍ The voice command menu appears. select Traffic.‍ Adding a Subscription You can purchase traffic subscriptions for other regions or countries. you must pair your device with a compatible mobile phone.‍ Hands-Free Phone Calls About Hands-Free Calling Voice Command NOTE: Voice command is not available for all languages and regions. or for all languages and regions.‍ 2 Select Bluetooth. go to www.

‍ • To mute the microphone.‍ Go to www. select End Call.‍ Select an option: • Select Settings > Bluetooth > Add Phone. select Settings > Bluetooth > Phone > . and fuel prices. enable Bluetooth wireless technology. with the most recent calls at the top.com/‍smartphonelink or see the application store for your phone for compatibility and availability information.‍ About Smartphone Link Smartphone Link is a phone application that allows your device to download live data using your phone data connection.‍ Your device transfers data from Smartphone Link using Bluetooth wireless technology. while on a call.‍ Download Smartphone Link from the application store on your supported phone. or if you need privacy. weather.‍ It may take a few minutes for the call history to be available.‍ 2 Enter the number.‍ 2 Select a point of interest.‍ Downloading Smartphone Link Smartphone Link is available for some smartphones.‍ Select Apps > Help to view information about using the device.‍ A list of nearby Bluetooth devices appears. you can edit the home number by editing “Home” in your list of saved locations (page 3).‍ Some phones do not support this feature.‍ 1 Select Apps > Phone > Phone Book.‍ 1 Select Apps > Phone > Call History. select Handset.‍ Connecting to Smartphone Link provides access to Garmin Live Services.‍ • When you turn on the device.1 Place your phone and your Bluetooth device within 33 ft. enter the device Bluetooth PIN into your phone.‍ • You might need to set your phone to connect to the device automatically when the device is turned on. the two devices can connect automatically each time you turn them on. such as traffic data.‍ Select your phone from the list.‍ Disconnecting Your Phone 1 Select Settings > Bluetooth.‍ • To hang up.‍ 2 Select Phone > None > Save.‍ Deleting a Paired Phone You can delete a paired phone to prevent it from automatically connecting to your device in the future. select Answer or Ignore. you are ready to receive voice calls.‍ On your device.‍ 2 Select a contact. select 2 Select an option.‍ • If you have already paired a different phone.‍ • To transfer audio to your phone. enable Bluetooth wireless technology.‍ 2 Select .‍ Some phones do not support this feature.‍ Garmin Live Services provides free and subscriptionbased plans to view live data on your device.‍ TIP: You can use this feature if you want to turn off your device and remain on the call.‍ (10 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 m) of each other. such as voice mail.‍ Select Saved > Home > > Call.‍ Receiving a Call When you receive a call.‍ TIP: You can use this feature to use automated systems. on your phone.‍ 3 Select the phone.‍ Tips After Pairing the Devices • After the initial pairing.‍ Calling Home Before you can call home. and select Delete. you must enter a phone number for your home location.‍ • When your phone is connected to your device.‍ 2 Select a category.‍ Searching Help Topics Calling a Contact in Your Phone Book Your phone book is loaded from your phone to the device each time your phone and the device connect.‍ If necessary.‍ 3 Select Done.‍ Saving a Home Phone Number TIP: After you save a home number. select Mute.‍ Select Apps > Help > .garmin. select OK.‍ A list of calls appears.‍ 1 Select Settings > Bluetooth > Phone.‍ Using the Apps .‍ 3 Select Call.‍ Using the Apps Placing a Call Using Help Dialing a Number 1 Select Apps > Phone > Dial.‍ 9 .‍ 1 Select Apps > Phone > > Set Home Number.‍ 3 Using In-Call Options 1 From the map.‍ 3 Select Dial.‍ Your phone is disconnected from your device but remains paired with your device.‍ If necessary. and select OK.‍ Saved locations and recently found locations are synchronized with your phone each time your device connects to Smartphone Link.‍ 3 Select Call.‍ Select a call. it tries to connect to the last phone to which it was connected.‍ On your device. confirm that the device is allowed to connect.‍ 2 Enter your phone number.‍ Using the Call History Your call history is loaded from your phone to the device each time your phone and the device connect.‍ It may take a few minutes for the phone book to be available.‍ On your phone.‍ Calling a Location 1 Select Apps > Phone > Browse Categories.

‍ You lose points for rapid acceleration.‍ 3 Select a service. and battery voltage.‍ Some services.‍ 3 Enter the amount of fuel the vehicle has used since the last time the fuel tank was filled. your device must be connected to a supported phone running Smartphone Link (page 10).‍ Braking: Displays your score for smooth and gradual braking. weather and fuel prices.‍ Calibrating the Fuel Economy You can calibrate the fuel economy to receive more-accurate fuel reports for your specific vehicle and driving habits. acceleration.‍ Features that require access to Garmin Live Services display the Smartphone Link symbol and appear only when the device is connected to Smartphone Link. you must install the Smartphone Link app on your phone.‍ 2 From your device.‍ Other services.‍ 5 Select Next.com/‍ecoroute for more information.‍ 4 Select the price.‍ 6 Follow the on-screen instructions on your phone and on your device to confirm the pairing request.‍ The device calculates the average vehicle fuel economy.‍ 5 Select Subscribe. you must enter vehicle information. and select Next. unless you are using the ecoRoute HD accessory.‍ About the ecoChallenge Score Acceleration: Displays your score for smooth and gradual acceleration.‍ About ecoChallenge ecoChallenge helps you maximize the vehicle fuel economy by scoring your driving habits. calibrate the fuel economy (page 10).‍ Connecting to Smartphone Link Before you can connect to Smartphone Link.‍ Go to www.‍ appears in the status bar on your device when Smartphone Link is connected.‍ Viewing ecoChallenge Scores Select Apps > ecoRoute > ecoChallenge.‍ You should calibrate when you fill up your fuel tank.‍ Setting Up the Vehicle The first time you use the ecoRoute features. before you can use ecoRoute™ features.‍ 2 Enter the current fuel price. select your device from the list of nearby devices.‍ See your phone owner's manual for more information.‍ 4 From your phone.‍ 2 Follow the on-screen instructions. and scan for nearby Bluetooth devices.‍ 6 Select Save. select Smartphone Link.See your phone owner's manual for information on downloading and installing applications.‍ Garmin Live Services Before you can use Garmin Live Services.‍ 2 Enter the current price of fuel.‍ 3 From your phone.‍ Garmin Live Services provide free and subscriptionbased plans to view live data on your device.‍ Subscribing to Garmin Live Services Before you can subscribe to Garmin Live Services. like weather. are available as separate apps on your device.‍ The higher your ecoChallenge scores.‍ Go to www.‍ 1 Start Smartphone Link on your phone.‍ 5 From your phone.‍ 3 Clear the Hands-Free Calling check box.‍ 2 From the application menu.‍ The data provided by the ecoRoute feature is an estimate only.‍ ecoRoute HD Accessory When connected to the ecoRoute HD accessory.‍ A list of services and subscription prices appears.‍ 6 Follow the on-screen instructions.‍ 4 Enter the distance you have traveled since the last time the fuel tank was filled.‍ To receive more-accurate fuel reports for your specific vehicle and driving habits.‍ 1 From your phone.‍ Disabling Calls While Connected to Smartphone Link While the device is connected to the phone and receiving Garmin Live Services.‍ Using the Apps .com/‍ecoRoute. the location is transferred to the recently found items on your device.‍ 10 About ecoRoute In some areas. and select the Bluetooth check box. like Live Traffic.‍ 1 Select Apps > Smartphone Link.‍ The next time you connect your device to your phone. enable Bluetooth wireless technology.‍ 3 Select Yes.‍ Resetting the ecoChallenge Scores 1 Select Apps > ecoRoute > ecoChallenge.‍ 2 Select your phone.‍ Connecting to Smartphone Link provides access to Garmin Live Services.‍ Overall: Displays an average of the speed.‍ Speed: Displays your score for driving your vehicle at the optimal speed for conserving fuel.‍ 2 Select Garmin Live Services.‍ 1 Select Apps > ecoRoute.‍ The ecoRoute feature calculates the fuel economy and the fuel price of navigating to a destination. you can disable hands-free calling.‍ The data is not actually read from the vehicle. such as traffic data.‍ Sending a Location from Your Phone to Your Device Smartphone Link is registered as a navigation application on your phone.garmin.‍ You lose points for hard braking.‍ 1 Select Apps > ecoRoute > At the Pump. you must purchase an unlock code or an ecoRoute HD accessory. the more fuel you have saved. select Settings > Bluetooth.‍ Changing the Fuel Price 1 Select Apps > ecoRoute > At the Pump.‍ 1 Start the Smartphone Link app on your phone (page 10).garmin.‍ The ecoChallenge collects data and calculates a score whenever your device is moving and in Automobile transportation mode. your device can receive real-time vehicle information.‍ Your device includes data read from the vehicle by the ecoRoute HD accessory when calculating ecoRoute data. RPM. select the button to start navigating to a location (see the owner's manual for your phone). and offers tools for improving fuel efficiency. such as error messages. and braking score. you must download and install the Smartphone Link application on your phone. select Bluetooth Settings. enhance the existing navigation features on your device.

‍ Viewing Weather Alerts While you are traveling with your device.‍ • To add a favorite city.‍ 1 Select Apps > ecoRoute > Mileage Report.‍ Viewing the Weather Forecast Before you can use this feature.‍ 2 Select a section of the graph to zoom in.‍ 3 Select > Weather Radar.‍ This feature is not available in all areas.‍ 3 Select Go!.‍ Viewing myGarmin Messages Before you can use this feature.‍ 7 Select the amount of time you will spend at the location.‍ 2 Select an option: • To view weather for a favorite city.‍ 2 Select a trip.‍ 4 Search for a location (page 2). or to change the order of locations. select Add City.‍ Select Apps > Where I've Been.‍ 2 Select a report. repeat steps 3–7 for each location.‍ 4 Select an option: • Select Departure Time.‍ TIP: You can connect the device to your computer and access mileage reports in the Reports folder on the device. your device must be connected to a supported phone running Smartphone Link (page 10).‍ 3 Select a location. you must enable the travel history feature (page 13).‍ Viewing Fuel Economy Information 1 Select Apps > ecoRoute > Fuel Economy.‍ You can view messages from myGarmin.‍ Planning a Trip You can use the trip planner to create and save a trip with multiple destinations.‍ Viewing Weather Near a Different City 1 Select Apps > Weather > Current Location.‍ 1 Select Apps > Weather.‍ 3 Select > Weather Alerts.‍ • Select Edit Destinations to add and delete a location. and select Save. the time.‍ 2 Select New Trip. such as notifications for software and map updates.‍ Navigating to a Saved Trip 1 Select Apps > Trip Planner.‍ 2 If necessary.‍ 2 Select > Reset.‍ A mileage report is created for every route that you drive. snow.‍ 1 Select Apps > Trip Planner. and select Done. and select Save.‍ You can also view a map of weather alerts near your current location or near a selected city.‍ 3 Select > Road Conditions.‍ Scheduling a Trip You can use the trip planner to create and save a trip with multiple destinations.‍ 2 Select a saved trip.‍ 2 If necessary. and the fuel cost of navigating to a destination.‍ 5 Select Select.‍ 3 Select Select Start Location. select a city. such as rain.‍ This feature is not available in all areas.‍ 1 Select Apps > Weather.‍ If you stop a route on your device.‍ 7 Select Next.‍ 6 To add additional locations.‍ Viewing a Mileage Report You can view saved mileage reports on the device.‍ 4 Select an option: • Select Rename Trip.‍ Mileage Reports Mileage reports provide the distance.‍ Resetting ecoRoute Information 1 Select Apps > ecoRoute > Vehicle Profile.‍ • Select Delete Trip.‍ 2 Select a saved trip. the average fuel economy.‍ 3 Select . color-coded radar map of current weather conditions.‍ The weather icon changes to show weather in the vicinity.‍ Using the Apps 2 If necessary.‍ Viewing Previous Routes and Destinations Before you can use this feature. your device must be connected to a supported phone running Smartphone Link (page 10). select a city in the list.‍ 11 .‍ The detailed forecast for that day appears.‍ 8 Enter a name.‍ If you have unread messages.‍ 4 If prompted.‍ 2 Select a day.‍ Viewing the Weather Radar You can view an animated. select a city.‍ 1 Select Apps > myGarmin. as well as a weather icon on the map.‍ 1 Select Apps > Weather.‍ • Select Arrival Time.‍ Checking Road Conditions 1 Select Apps > Weather. weather alerts may appear on the map.‍ 5 Select a date and time.‍ Editing a Saved Trip 1 Select Apps > Trip Planner.‍ 1 Select Apps > Trip Planner. select a city.‍ 6 Select Duration.2 Select > Reset. the number of unread messages appears on the myGarmin icon.‍ • Select Optimize Order to arrange the stops on your trip in the most-efficient order.‍ 8 If necessary.‍ The full message appears. and enter a city name.‍ You can view your previous routes and places you have stopped on the map. select a route (page 4). and thunderstorms.‍ 2 Select a message subject. select . a mileage report is created for the distance you traveled.

‍ NOTE: The device is not compatible with Windows® 95. drag the volume icon to the trash.‍ Avoidances: Sets road features to avoid on a route. Me.‍ Display Settings To open the Display settings page. you must safely disconnect your device from your computer to avoid data loss. waypoints. from the main menu. and HomePort™ (page 4).‍ 2 Plug the larger end of the USB cable into a port on your computer.‍ If your device is connected to your Windows computer as a portable device.‍ Display Timeout: Sets the amount of idle time before your device enters sleep mode.‍ 12 To open the Calculation Mode settings page.‍ Transferring Data From Your Computer Route Preferences 1 Connect the device to your computer (page 12). the device appears as either a portable device.‍ Installing a Memory Card The device supports microSD™ and microSDHC memory cards. Windows NT®.‍3 and earlier.‍ Data Management .‍ Map Tools: Selects the shortcuts that appear in the map tools menu. a removable drive.‍ Go to www. or purchase pre-loaded Garmin mapping software (www. a removable drive.‍ Browse to a folder on the device.‍ A picture of your device connected to a computer appears on the device screen. geocaches.‍ Less Fuel: Calculates routes that could use less fuel than other routes. and saves battery power. select Settings > Display.‍ 2 Disconnect the cable from your computer.‍ Custom Avoidances: Allows you to avoid specific roads or areas. go to www.‍ The route calculation is based on road speeds and vehicle acceleration data for a given route.garmin. select Settings > Navigation > Calculation Mode. including MapSource®.‍ Calculation Mode: Sets route preference.‍ Navigation Settings You can connect the device to your computer using the USB cable included with your device.‍ Connecting the Device to Your Computer Customizing the Device Map and Vehicle Settings To open the Map and Vehicle settings.‍ • GPI custom POI files from Garmin POI Loader (page 4).‍ About Memory Cards You can purchase memory cards from an electronics supplier.‍ Advanced Detours: Sets the length of the detour. from the main menu.garmin.‍ 2 Press it in until it clicks.‍ Driving Map View: Sets the perspective on the map.‍ TIP: To purchase additional map products. routes. or a removable volume.‍ Shorter Distance: Calculates routes that are shorter in distance but can take more time to drive.‍ Select Edit > Paste.‍ 1 Complete an action: • For Windows computers. and custom POIs.‍ 1 Insert a memory card into the slot on the device.‍ • Maps and GPX waypoint files from myGarmin™ mapping software. open the file browser.‍ File Types The device supports these file types. you should not place files in the Garmin folder. select Settings > Navigation.‍ Screenshot: Allows you to take a picture of the device screen.com for more icons.‍ Map Theme: Changes the color of the map data.‍ Map Detail: Sets the level of detail on the map. 98.‍ Vehicle: Changes the icon to represent your position on the map.‍ Color Mode: Changes the brightness of the screen.‍ The device has a memory card slot for additional data storage.‍ 2 Select a map.‍ To open the Navigation settings page. select Settings > Map & Vehicle.‍ Map Layers: Sets the data that appears on the map page (page 6).‍ On your computer. from the main menu.‍ Faster Time: Calculates routes that are faster to drive but can be longer in distance. and select your device.‍ • For Mac computers.‍ Brightness: Adjusts the display brightness. the memory card can be used to store files such as maps.‍ 1 Select Settings > Map & Vehicle > myMaps.‍ Off Road: Calculates a direct line from your location to your destination.‍ Disconnecting the USB Cable If your device is connected to your computer as a removable drive or volume. and Mac® OS 10. select the Safely Remove Hardware icon in the system tray.com/‍us​/‍maps.‍ Enabling Maps You can enable map products installed on your device. images. it is not necessary to safely disconnect.com/‍trip​_‍planning).‍ 2 3 4 5 6 Depending on your computer operating system.Data Management You can store files on your device. from the main menu.‍ Select Edit > Copy.‍ GPS Simulator: Stops the device from receiving a GPS signal.‍ Screenshots are saved in the Screenshot folder of the device storage.‍ Safe Mode: Disables all functions that require significant operator attention and could become a distraction while driving.‍ Depending on your computer operating system.‍ More detail may cause the map to draw slower.garmingarage.‍ In addition to map and data storage. or a removable volume. the device appears as either a portable device.‍ myMaps: Sets which installed maps the device uses. BaseCamp™.‍ 1 Plug the small end of the USB cable into the port on the device.‍ Select a file.‍ NOTE: For a removable drive or volume.‍ Decreasing the brightness can save battery power.

‍ 3 Select > Restore.‍ NOTE: You need this information when you update the system software or purchase additional map data.‍ Traffic: Enables traffic.‍ Current Provider: Sets the traffic provider to use for traffic data.Bluetooth Settings Proximity Alerts Settings To open the Bluetooth settings.‍ Place the silver tip in the end piece.‍ Disabling Bluetooth 1 Select Settings > Bluetooth.‍ Travel History: Allows the device to record information for the myTrends. from the main menu.‍ • Connect the device to a computer using the included USB cable.‍ EULAs: Displays the end-user license agreements that apply to your choice.‍ Traffic Alerts: Selects the traffic delay severity for which the device displays a traffic alert.‍ 1 Unscrew the end piece À.‍ Voice Language: Sets the language for voice prompts.‍ Optimize Route: Selects whether to use optimized alternate routes automatically or upon request (page 7). such as a wall power adapter.‍ 2 Select Bluetooth.‍ Friendly Name: Allows you to enter a friendly name that identifies your devices with Bluetooth wireless technology.‍ Add Phone: Manages connection between your device and wireless headsets with Bluetooth wireless technology.‍ Language and Keyboard Settings Restoring Settings You can restore a category of settings or all settings to the factory default values.‍ If your device does not charge in your vehicle.‍ • Connect the device to an optional power adapter accessory.‍ • Vehicle power cable • USB cable • AC adapter (optional accessory) Charging the Device You can charge the battery in the device using any of these methods. select Settings > Bluetooth.‍ Screw the end piece back into the vehicle power cable Ã.‍ The vehicle power cable does not work unless it is assembled correctly. or UTC display time. select a settings category.‍ Time Format: Allows you to select a 12-hour. the unit ID number.‍ Device and Privacy Settings 2 3 4 5 To open the Device settings page.‍ NOTE: Changing the text language does not change the language of user-entered data or map data. 24-hour.‍ NOTICE Do not store the device where prolonged exposure to extreme temperatures can occur. the silver tip Á.‍ 2 If necessary. Where I’ve Been.‍ Changing the Fuse in the Vehicle Power Cable NOTICE When replacing the fuse. select Settings > Units & Time.‍ Keyboard Language: Sets the language for your keyboard.‍ Units: Sets the unit of measure used for distances. from the main menu.‍ Appendix Power Cables Your device can be powered various ways.‍ Bluetooth: Enables Bluetooth wireless technology. you may need to replace the fuse located at the tip of the vehicle adapter.‍ To open the Language and Keyboard settings. from the main menu. and the fuse Â. such as street names.‍ Appendix TIP: You may need to use a coin to remove the end piece.‍ Traffic Settings To open the traffic settings page.‍ Audio: Sets the style of alert that plays when you approach proximity points.‍ • Connect the device to the vehicle power cable.‍ Units and Time Settings To open the Units and Time settings page. select Settings > Device.‍ 13 . select Settings > Language & Keyboard.‍ Alerts: Sets the type of proximity points for which alerts are played.‍ Position Format: Sets the coordinate format and datum used for geographical coordinates. from the main menu.‍ Clear Travel History: Clears your travel history for the myTrends. from the main menu.‍ Subscriptions: Lists current traffic subscriptions.‍ Text Language: Sets all on-screen text to the selected language.‍ About Device Care NOTICE Avoid dropping your device. and information on several other software features.‍ Select Settings > Proximity Alerts. select Settings > Traffic.‍ About: Displays the software version number. and Trip Log features.‍ 1 Select Settings.‍ trafficTrends: Enables the trafficTrends feature (page 8).‍ Current Time: Sets the device time. because it can cause permanent damage.‍ Auto selects the best available traffic data automatically. Where I’ve Been.‍ Remove the end piece.‍ Install a 2 A fast-blow fuse. do not lose any of the small pieces and make sure they are put back in the proper position. and Trip Log features.

‍ 2 Apply pressure until the socket on the mount releases the ball on the suction cup. dry cloth.‍ 2 Turn off the device. the device appears as a portable device and not as a removable drive.‍ 2 If necessary.‍ Put the device in sleep mode when not in use (page 1).‍ • Remove the residue left on the windshield by the suction cup.‍ Use the mounting disk to mount your device to the dashboard and comply with certain state regulations.‍ 6 Flip the lever down (toward the disk). clean.‍ 3 Place the disk on the dashboard.‍ See www.‍ 4 Remove the clear plastic cover from the top of the disk.‍ Shorten the display timeout (page 12).‍ The suction cup will not stay on my windshield 1 Clean the outer casing of the device (not the touchscreen) 1 Clean the suction cup and windshield with rubbing alcohol.‍ 1 Clean and dry the dashboard where you are placing the disk.‍ Cleaning the Touchscreen 1 Use a soft.‍ • Verify the GPS simulator is turned off (page 12).garmin​.‍ Removing the Device. the device connects using USB mass storage mode.‍ Decrease the volume (page 1).‍ Do not leave your device in direct sunlight.com.‍ You can use water.‍ • Do not keep your unit in the glove compartment.‍ Windows versions prior to Windows XP Service Pack 3 use USB mass storage mode.‍ • Verify the vehicle is turned on and is supplying power to the power outlet.‍ My battery does not stay charged for very long • • • • • • • Decrease the screen brightness (page 12).‍ 5 Place the suction cup mount on top of the disk.‍ 2 Fully charge the device without interrupting the charge cycle.‍ 3 Mount the suction cup (page 1). apply liquid to the cloth.‍ 1 Disconnect the USB cable from your computer.‍ 2 Pull the tab on the suction cup toward you.‍ My device does not appear as a removable drive on my computer On most Windows computers. isopropyl alcohol.‍ 3 Follow the on-screen instructions.‍ In MTP mode.NOTICE Never use a hard or sharp object to operate the touchscreen.com).‍ MTP mode is supported by Windows 7.‍ Keep your device away from extreme temperatures.‍ Removing the Suction Cup from the Windshield 1 Flip the lever on the suction cup toward you.‍ 2 Dry with a clean.‍ • Remain stationary for several minutes.‍ Avoiding Theft • Remove the device and mount from sight when not in use.‍ My device does not appear as a portable device on my computer On Mac computers and some Windows computers. Mount.com for more information.‍ 14 Troubleshooting .‍ Disable Bluetooth wireless technology (page 13).garmin​. and not as a portable device.‍ The battery gauge does not seem accurate 1 Allow the device to fully discharge.‍ 2 Wipe the device dry.‍ 1 Go to your device product page on the Garmin web site My device does not appear as either a portable device or a removable drive or volume on my computer 2 Click the Maps tab.‍ • Register your device at http:​/‍​/‍my​.com.‍ 2 Tilt the device forward. lint-free cloth. the device appears as a removable drive or volume.‍ Mounting on Your Dashboard NOTICE The permanent mounting adhesive is extremely difficult to remove after it is installed. or damage may result.‍ • Take your device out of parking garages and away from tall buildings and trees.‍ 3 Gently wipe the screen with the cloth.‍ • Verify the interior temperature of the vehicle is between 32° and 113°F (between 0° and 45°C).garmin. or eyeglass lens cleaner. Windows Vista®. and Suction Cup Removing the Device from the Mount 1 Press the release tab or button on the mount.‍ The device does not charge in my vehicle • Check the fuse in the vehicle power cable (page 13). the device connects using Media Transfer Protocol (MTP).‍ In USB mass storage mode.‍ 2 Remove the backing from the adhesive on the bottom of the disk.‍ Troubleshooting Cleaning the Outer Casing NOTICE Avoid chemical cleaners and solvents that can damage plastic components.‍ Purchasing Accessories Go to http:​/‍​/‍buy​. and Windows XP Service Pack 3 with Windows Media Player 10.‍ Removing the Mount from the Suction Cup 1 Turn the device mount to the right or left.‍ My device is not acquiring satellite signals using a cloth dampened with a mild detergent solution.‍ Purchasing Additional Maps (http:​/‍​/‍www​.garmin​.‍ • Verify that the fuse is not broken in the vehicle power outlet.

‍ A picture of the device connected to a computer appears on the device screen.‍ TIP: Your device should be connected directly to a USB port on your computer and not to a USB hub.‍ My phone will not connect to the device • Select Settings > Bluetooth.‍ • Enable Bluetooth wireless technology on your phone and bring your phone within 33 feet (10 m) of the device.3 Plug the USB cable into a USB port on your computer and into your device.com/‍bluetooth for more help.garmin.‍ The Bluetooth field must be set to Enabled.‍ • Go to www.‍ Troubleshooting 15 .‍ The device automatically turns on and goes into MTP mode or USB mass storage mode.

 2 See also locations addresses 3 browsing the map 2 categories 2 cities 3 coordinates 3 intersections 3 using the map 2 finding services. 14 cleaning the device 14 cleaning the touchscreen 14 computer. connecting 12.Index Symbols 2-D map view 6 3-D map view 6 A accessories 14 active lane guidance 5 adding stops 5 addresses. 2. 14 coordinates 3 current location 6 custom POIs 4 customizing. 6 recently found 3 saving 3 searching for 3 setting home 3 simulated 4 M map. 13. 10. routes 6 N navigation 4 off-road 4 previewing routes 4 settings 12 next turn 5 nüMaps Guarantee 1 nüMaps Lifetime 1 O off-road navigation 4 on-screen buttons 2 P pairing 9 deleting paired headset 9 disconnecting 9 phone 8. 2. 3. prices 10 fuel economy. 4 See also point of interest (POI) POI Loader 4 points of interest (POI Loader) 4 points of interest (POI) custom 4 extras 4 POI Loader 4 power cables 13 changing the fuse 13 vehicle 1 power key 1 product registration 1 product support 9 proximity points alerts. 11 calibrating fuel economy 10 ecoChallenge score 10 HD accessory 10 mileage report 11 mileage reports 11 vehicle profile 10 ecoRoute HD. data field 6 map layers. changing 13 G Garmin Express 1 registering the device 1 updating software 1 Garmin Live Services 10 subscribing to 10 geocaching 3 going home 3 GPS 1. 14 muting. 15 parking 3 last spot 3 phone disconnecting 9 pairing 8. 2 H hands-free phone calls 8 help. accessory 10 EULAs 13 extras custom points of interest 4 safety cameras 7 F files supported types 12 transferring 12 finding locations. up ahead 5 fuel. messages 11 myTrends. 11 See also ecoRoute fuel price. proximity points 13 automatic volume 1 enabling 2 avoidances area 6 customizing 6 deleting 6 disabling 6 road 6 road features 6 B battery charging 1. installing 12 mileage reports 11 mount. 14 maximizing 14 problems 14 Bluetooth technology 8. See locations detours 5 device care 13 dialing 9 directions 5 disconnecting phone 9 display settings 12 driving directions 5 E ecoChallenge 10 ecoChallenge score 10 resetting 10 16 ecoRoute 10. power 13 calibrating fuel economy 10 calls 8 answering 9 call waiting 9 contacts 9 dialing 9 disabling 10 history 9 home 9 placing 9 cameras. safety 7 changing search area 2 charging the device 1. changing 10 fuse. 15 phone book 9 phone calls 8 answering 9 call waiting 9 dialing 9 muting 9 voice dial 9 POI. removing 14 mounting the device automobile 1 dashboard 14 removing from mount 14 suction cup 1. settings 13 brightness 1 C cables. finding 3 alerts audio 13 proximity points 13 safety cameras 13 answering calls 9 audio. avoidances 6 customizing the device 12 D dashboard mount 14 deleting paired headset 9 trips 11 destinations. 11 calling 9 current 3. audio 8 myGarmin. 13. finding 3 J junction view 5 K keyboard 2 language 13 layout 13 L language keyboard 13 voice 13 latitude and longitude 3 lifetime maps 1 locations 2. 9 See also product support home calling 9 editing location 3 going 3 phone number 9 setting locations 3 I ID number 13 intersections. 12 browsing 2 data field 5 detail level 12 layers 6 lifetime 1 nüMaps Guarantee 1 nüMaps Lifetime 1 purchasing 14 theme 12 updating 1 viewing routes 5 memory card 12 microSD card. settings 13 Q Quick Search 2 R recently found locations 3 registering the device 1 Index . customizing 6 map perspective 6 map tools 6 map view 2-D 6 3-D 6 maps 5. 15 disabling 13 enabling 8 Bluetoothtechnology.

database 7 satellite signals acquiring 1 viewing 2 saved locations 4. weather 11 routes calculating 4 myTrends 6 preferences 12 previewing 4 starting 4 stopping 5 suggested 6 viewing on the map 5 S safety cameras. brightness 1 screenshots 12 search bar 2 settings 12. 13 activating a subscription 8 adding subscriptions 8 alternate route 7 cameras 7 incidents 7 lifetime subscriptions 1 map 7 receiver 7 searching for delays 7 trafficTrends 8 traffic cameras 7 saving 7 viewing 7 trafficTrends 8 disabling 8 travel history 13 trip computer 5 resetting information 6 trip data 5 resetting 6 trip information.removing mount 14 renaming trips 11 reports. mileage 11 resetting device 1 trip data 6 restoring settings 13 road conditions. 13 shortcuts adding 4 deleting 4 simulated locations 4 sleep mode 1 Smartphone Link 9 connecting 10 disabling calls 10 Garmin Live Services 9 software updating 1 version 13 speech recognition 8 stops. 13 traffic 7. 8. 15 turn list 5 U unit ID 13 up ahead customizing 5 finding services 5 up ahead services 5 USB. disconnecting 12 V vehicle power cable 1 vehicle profile 10 voice command 8 activating 8 navigating with 8 tips for using 8 wakeup phrase 8 volume. viewing 6 trip planner 11 editing a trip 11 Index 17 . current location 3 screen. adding 5 subscriptions Garmin Live Services 10 nüMaps Lifetime 1 traffic 1 suction cup 14 troubleshooting 14. 6 T theft. viewing 5 trip log. avoiding 14 time settings 2. 11 categories 3 deleting 4 editing 3 saving. adjusting 1 W weather 11 radar 11 road conditions 11 Where Am I? 3.

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