Was going to get one for the 4 WD but too large. It would be ideal for motorhome etc with larger front window.
The items that struck me were the gradient warnings and how steep, plus bridge heights along your chosen route, plus other helpful stuff for big rigs and vans.
Yes has a lot of good options but the details are very sketchy.
It may be too big for a 4x4 as the screen is rather large but that is what I am looking for as I drive a Hino bus and the screen is quite a distance and I can't read the 4 inch one. I can see the maps OK but when an alert comes up I can't read what it is.
I have made contact with Garmin support and they confirm that all the features of older style Garmin are still the same and the traffic update is free included and the information comes in through an aerial in the power cord.
Viewing custom POIs on the map will depend on the device and your display settings. Some devices might not see the custom POIs when viewing the map. Depending on the device, custom POIs can be found in the Where To? menu under either Extras or Categories.
Here are some steps to try to get the POIs to display:
Zoom in to around 300ft or closer.
Check the map detail settings to make sure that the detail is set to highest on the device. For more information on changing the map detail level on your device, please refer to your device's owner's manual.
With these settings and the right device, you should see the custom POIs display on the map. If you are still having trouble, try sending the POIs to the device again.
I've used the TND520 and now have the dezl560. I have to say that between those two models the TND has a nice searchable and interactive map and in-depth Truck/Fuel stop POI's (including many independent stops).
The Garmins are severely lacking in those two areas.
What is stopping you entering the Fuel stops from the link in your message.
You can download them and add to your Garmin, and they would be much more up to date than the ones that come with any unit at purchase.
Have yet to buy any brand of ANY electronic device that was up to date . Have had to do updates on everything digital..