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Garmin dezl OTR700, 7-inch GPS Truck Navigator $312.99 - Amazon

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$83.29 lower (21% savings) than the list price of $399.99

Features:
  • Large, easy-to-read 7" touchscreen offers a bright, crisp, high-resolution display
  • Get custom truck routing (Not available in all areas) based on the size and weight of your truck, and see alerts for upcoming bridge heights, sharp curves and more
  • View truck-friendly parking information along your route
  • Preloaded Truck & Trailer Services directory allows you to filter truck stops by brand or amenities
  • Industry-best load-to-dock guidance shows potential loading zones or storage lots when approaching your destination
  • See popular routes used by fellow truckers to navigate new areas and increase situational awareness
  • The voice assistant allows you to talk to the dēzl navigator while keeping your hands on the wheel
  • Works with Garmin eLog compliant ELD (sold separately) for subscription-free Hours of Service Recording (You must pair the Garmin eLog with the Garmin eLog app on a smartphone or tablet to complete your ELD compliance solution)
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Oh oh…"Why does anybody need a GPS in this day and age?" comments incoming…
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Quote from Neurotic1 :
Oh oh…"Why does anybody need a GPS in this day and age?" comments incoming…
"Get the hell out of here" will also come with them.
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If you have Tmobile, you still need a dedicated GPS lol. I keep my 6 year old Garmin in my car for those times you get some place via google maps. Then go to leave, and have no service and google maps has no idea what to do and lost all reality of who it is all because it lost cell data connection.
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Price dropped more.
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