Garmin dezl 770LMTHD 7-Inch GPS Navigator

If driving is your business, trust navigation that’s in it for the long haul. The new Garmin dēzl 770LMTHD truck navigator feature a 7” glass display, lifetime North American maps1, free lifetime traffic avoidance2, custom routing3 for truck size and weight and road warnings (like weight limits and bridge heights). The dēzl 770LMTHD has a Truck & Trailer Services Directory and points of interest highly-rated by truckers, including hotels, restaurants and parking. Bluetooth technology lets you call hands-free; dēzl 770LMTHD also works with a Bluetooth-headset (sold separately). Spoken Garmin Real Directions guide like a friend using landmarks and traffic lights. Easy Route Shaping lets you easily change your route to include preferred roads or cities, just by touching the screen. dēzl 770LMTHD is compatible with the Garmin BC 30 backup camera (sold separately), so you can see behind you when you move in reverse.

Product Features

  • Truck and Trailer Services Directory – Search and filter truck stops by brand name or preferred amenities. Find points of interest highly-rated by truckers, including hotels, restaurants and parking
  • Foursquare – Search millions of additional new and popular restaurants, shops and more with Foursquare
  • LOGGING – Track maintenance, hours of service, fuel use & more
  • TRUCK ROUTING – Customized routing for the size and weight of your truck3

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5 Responses to Garmin dezl 770LMTHD 7-Inch GPS Navigator

  1. Jeff Mac says:

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  4. Anonymous says:

    I just bought it last week and I’m back out this week trying it out. The construction of the unit is good. The speaker is more than adequate. The display looks good. Much better than the display on my Delz 560. It took a bit of tapping to get to know where things are at but it can only get easier as time goes on.The problem I’ve experienced was a routing problem. It seems to route to locations accurately but when I want to add in a stop such as a truck stop I get a rather serious problem…

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