Victor’s Vectors: Driving with the aera


Aera560_HR_300.1 Are you the Garmin customer that has one of Garmin’s classic
models?  The customer with a model
that is getting a little dated, but gives you the basic features you need in
the airplane.  You’ve looked at upgrading,
but you just fly for fun and you don’t put as many of hours on the GPS as you want.  You’ve looked at the GPSMAP models, but you
want to be able to use the GPS in your plane and in your car on a regular basis,
and you want the maps pre-loaded on the device without needing an automotive

Your GPS has arrived!

The aera series has been generating a lot of buzz for their
intuitive aviation use and features.  However, one feature that justifies the
upgrade is the pre-loaded and easy to use automotive mode that is standard on
all four aera models!  The Americas models come loaded with detailed,
street-level maps of the United States,
Canada and Puerto
.  The aera allows for
quick searches of street addresses or millions of preloaded points of interest
like gas stations, hotels, restaurants, attractions, ATM’s and more.  In automotive mode, the GPS will speak street
names so you will receive turn-by-turn, voice prompted directions through the
aera’s built-in speaker.  The 550 and 560
even come standard with advanced routing capabilities like lane assist with
junction view so that drivers will see a realistic presentation of road signs
and junctions along the route, as well as arrows that indicate the proper lane
for navigation.

Why wait?  The aera
500, 510, 550 and 560
were built for you and have the features and pricing that
you’ve been wanting.

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