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I always buy a Garmin something on sale, refurbished, for cheapest price.
all of them have worked well. one had to be returned a few years ago but Garmin replaced it with a new warranty again.

on the cellphone, I tried Waze once, burns thru data so fast, it blew thru a month's worth in one day. deleted that.

CoPilot USA is fantastic, but unless you have a plugin SD card, you can't download the maps. it is extremely detailed and just as good as Google for "points of interest".
I like it for when sitting in a rest area, or restaurant and wondering "what is around here?"

the others mentioned here I did not know about, will check them out.

on cellphones, if the map data is NOT on the phone, they are nearly useless IMO.
drop off the globe's cell tower map, and they are dead.

~ John

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