Thanks Paul, your experience is a good guide.I have three different Garmins that I have accumulated over the years as a bicyclist/hiker and a former truck driver. And I have a smart phone where I can use Google Maps. Google Maps is the better navigator and finder of places and addresses, by far. Garmin on my motorcycle is small, weatherproof, and flexible. Garmin in my car is best for long drives, since the speaker is better and the screen is larger, so I often use that in my car, but use Garmin exclusively on my bike. BUT: on my bike I always have my trusty smartphone in a pocket so I can access google Maps in a pinch.
I would use Garmin exclusively except it is woefully inaccurate in finding Points Of Interest, and nearly all searches. I think the Google routing algorithm is a bit better than the Garmin, but either is adequate.
I have one! It works great for planned rides, where you know where you are going. It still requires your phone to be on and near. And it is so simple that sometimes I wish I had a little more information. Like what the NAME of the street I am turning on, not just an arrow.
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