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All rights reserved Under the copyright laws this manual may not be copied in whole or in part without the written consent of Garmin Garmin reserves the. right to change or improve its products and to make changes in the content of this manual without obligation to notify any person or organization of such. changes or improvements Go to www garmin com for current updates and supplemental information concerning the use of this product. Garmin and the Garmin logo are trademarks of Garmin Ltd or its subsidiaries registered in the USA and other countries These trademarks may not be used. without the express permission of Garmin, Garmin Drive Garmin Express myTrends n Maps Guarantee and n Maps Lifetime are trademarks of Garmin Ltd or its subsidiaries These. trademarks may not be used without the express permission of Garmin. Android is a trademark of Google Inc Apple and Mac are trademarks of Apple Inc registered in the U S and other countries Foursquare is a trademark of. Foursquare Labs Inc in the U S and in other countries microSD and the microSDHC logo are trademarks of SD 3C LLC Windows Windows Vista and. Windows XP are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Table of Contents Finding Your Last Parking Spot 8. Viewing Current Location Information 8, Getting Started 1 Finding Emergency Services and Fuel 8. Support and Updates 1 Getting Directions to Your Current Location 8. Updating Maps and Software with Garmin Express 1 Adding a Shortcut 8. Device Overviews 1 Removing a Shortcut 8, Garmin Drive 40 Device Overview 1 Saving Locations 8. Garmin Drive 50 Device Overview 1 Saving a Location 8. Garmin Drive 60 Device Overview 2 Saving Your Current Location 8. Connecting the Device to Vehicle Power 2 Editing a Saved Location 8. Turning the Device On or Off 2 Assigning Categories to a Saved Location 8. Acquiring GPS Signals 2 Deleting a Saved Location 8. Status Bar Icons 2 Using the Map 8, Using the On Screen Buttons 2 Map Tools 9. Adjusting the Volume 2 Viewing a Map Tool 9, Adjusting the Screen Brightness 2 Enabling Map Tools 9.
Driver Awareness Features and Alerts 2 Up Ahead 9, Enabling or Disabling Audible Driver Alerts 3 Viewing Upcoming Locations 9. Red Light and Speed Cameras 3 Customizing the Up Ahead Categories 9. Trip Information 9, Navigating to Your Destination 3 Viewing Trip Data from the Map 9. Routes 3 Viewing the Trip Information Page 9, Starting a Route 3 Viewing the Trip Log 9. Starting a Route by Using the Map 3 Resetting Trip Information 9. Going Home 3 Viewing Upcoming Traffic 9, Your Route on the Map 3 Viewing Traffic on the Map 9. Viewing Turns and Directions 4 Searching for Traffic Incidents 9. Viewing the Entire Route on the Map 4 Customizing the Map 10. Adding a Location to Your Route 4 Customizing the Map Layers 10. Shaping Your Route 4 Changing the Map Data Field 10. Taking a Detour 4 Changing the Map Perspective 10, Stopping the Route 4.
Changing the Route Calculation Mode 4 Traffic Data 10. Trip Planner 4 Receiving Traffic Data Using a Traffic Receiver 10. Planning a Trip 5 About Traffic Subscriptions 10, Navigating to a Saved Trip 5 Viewing Traffic Subscriptions 10. Optimizing the Order of Destinations in a Trip 5 Adding a Subscription 10. Editing and Reordering Locations in a Trip 5 Enabling Traffic 10. Editing and Saving Your Active Route 5 Using the Apps 10. Changing Routing Options for a Trip 5 Using Help 10. Scheduling a Trip 5 Searching Help Topics 10, Using Suggested Routes 5 Viewing Previous Routes and Destinations 10. Avoiding Delays Tolls and Areas 5 Customizing the Device 10. Avoiding Traffic Delays on Your Route 5, Map and Vehicle Settings 10. Avoiding Toll Roads 5, Enabling Maps 11, Avoiding Toll Stickers 6. Navigation Settings 11, Avoiding Road Features 6, Calculation Mode Settings 11.
Avoiding Environmental Zones 6, Setting a Simulated Location 11. Custom Avoidances 6, Backup Camera Settings 11, Navigating Off Road 6. babyCam Settings 11, Finding and Saving Locations 6 Display Settings 11. Finding a Location Using the Search Bar 6 Traffic Settings 11. Viewing Search Results on the Map 7 Units and Time Settings 11. Changing the Search Area 7 Setting the Time 12, Points of Interest 7 Language and Keyboard Settings 12. Finding a Location by Category 7 Proximity Alerts Settings 12. Searching Within a Category 7 Device and Privacy Settings 12. Navigating to Points of Interest Within a Venue 7 Restoring Settings 12. Foursquare 7 Device Information 12, Search Tools 7.
Specifications 12, Finding an Address 7, Power Cables 12. Finding an Intersection 7, Charging the Device 12, Finding a City 7. Finding a Location Using Coordinates 7 Device Maintenance 12. Viewing Recently Found Locations 8 Device Care 12, Clearing the List of Recently Found Locations 8 Cleaning the Outer Casing 12. Table of Contents i, Cleaning the Touchscreen 12, Avoiding Theft 12. Resetting the Device 13, Removing the Device Mount and Suction Cup 13.
Removing the Device from the Mount 13, Removing the Mount from the Suction Cup 13. Removing the Suction Cup from the Windshield 13, Changing the Fuse in the Vehicle Power Cable 13. Troubleshooting 13, The suction cup will not stay on my windshield 13. My device is not acquiring satellite signals 13, The device does not charge in my vehicle 13. My battery does not stay charged for very long 13, My device does not appear as a removable drive on my.
computer 13, My device does not appear as a portable device on my. computer 13, My device does not appear as either a portable device or a. removable drive or volume on my computer 13, Appendix 13. Installing a Memory Card for Maps and Data 13, Data Management 14. About Memory Cards 14, Connecting the Device to Your Computer 14.
Transferring Data From Your Computer 14, Viewing GPS Signal Status 14. Purchasing Additional Maps 14, Purchasing Accessories 14. ii Table of Contents, Getting Started The Garmin Express software detects your device. 7 Click Add Device, 8 Follow the on screen instructions to add your device to the. See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the Garmin Express software. product box for product warnings and other important. information When setup is complete the Garmin Express software. searches for map and software updates for your device. Update the maps and software on your device Updating 9 Select an option. Maps and Software with Garmin Express page 1 To install all available updates click Install All. Mount the device in your vehicle and connect it to power To install a single update click View Details and select an. Connecting the Device to Vehicle Power page 2 update. Acquire GPS signals Acquiring GPS Signals page 2, Adjust the volume Adjusting the Volume page 2 and.
display brightness Adjusting the Screen Brightness. Navigate to your destination Starting a Route page 3. Support and Updates, Garmin Express garmin com express provides easy access. to these services for Garmin devices, Product registration. Product manuals, Software updates The Garmin Express software downloads and installs the. Map chart or course updates updates onto your device Map updates are very large and this. Vehicles voices and other extras process may take a long time on slower Internet connections. Updating Maps and Software with Garmin Express Device Overviews. You can use Garmin Express software to download and install. the latest map and software updates for your device Map Garmin Drive 40 Device Overview. updates provide the latest available mapping data to ensure. your device continues to calculate accurate and efficient routes. to your destinations Garmin Express is available for Windows. and Mac computers, 1 On your computer go to www garmin com express. 2 Select an option, To install on a Windows computer select Download for Power key.
Windows Mini USB power and data port, To install on a Mac computer select Download for Mac Map and data memory card slot. 3 Open the downloaded file and follow the on screen. instructions to complete the installation Garmin Drive 50 Device Overview. 4 Start Garmin Express, 5 Connect your Garmin device to your computer using a USB. Mini USB power and data port, Map and data memory card slot. 6 Click Add a Device, Getting Started 1, Garmin Drive 60 Device Overview Acquiring GPS Signals. When you turn on your navigation device the GPS receiver. must collect satellite data and establish the current location. in the status bar indicates the satellite signal strength The time. required to acquire satellite signals varies based on several. factors including how far you are from the location where you. last used your navigation device whether you have a clear view. of the sky and how long it has been since you last used your. navigation device The first time you turn on your navigation. device it may take several minutes to acquire satellite signals. 1 Turn on the device, Power key 2 Wait while the device locates satellites.
Mini USB power and data port 3 If necessary go outdoors to an open area away from tall. Map and data memory card slot buildings and trees, When turns green the device has acquired satellite signals. Connecting the Device to Vehicle Power and is ready for navigation. WARNING Status Bar Icons, This product contains a lithium ion battery To prevent the The status bar is located at the top of the main menu The status. possibility of personal injury or product damage caused by bar icons display information about features on the device You. battery exposure to extreme heat store the device out of direct can select some icons to change settings or view additional. sunlight information, Before you use your device on battery power you should charge GPS signal status Hold to view GPS accuracy and acquired. it satellite information Viewing GPS Signal Status page 14. Current time Select to set the time Setting the Time. 1 Plug the vehicle power cable into the USB port on the page 12. Battery charge level, Using the On Screen Buttons, On screen buttons allow you to navigate the pages menus and. menu options on your device, Select to return to the previous menu screen.
Hold to quickly return to the main menu, Select or to scroll through lists or menus. Hold or to scroll faster, Select to see a context based menu of options for the. current screen, 2 Press the mount onto the suction cup until it snaps into. Adjusting the Volume, 3 Press the suction cup to the windshield and flip the lever 1 Select Volume. back toward the windshield, 2 Select an option, 4 Fit the tab on the top of the mount into the slot on the back of.
the device Use the slider bar to adjust the volume. 5 Press the bottom of the mount into the device until it clicks Select to mute the device. 6 Plug the other end of the vehicle power cable into a power Select for additional options. outlet in your vehicle, Adjusting the Screen Brightness. Turning the Device On or Off 1 Select Settings Display Brightness. To turn the device on press the power key or connect the 2 Use the slider bar to adjust the brightness. device to power, To put the device in power saving mode press the power key. while the device is on Driver Awareness Features and Alerts. While in power saving mode the screen is off and the device NOTICE. uses very little power but it can wake instantly for use The driver alerts and speed limit features are for information. TIP You can charge your device faster by putting it in power only and do not replace your responsibility to abide by all posted. saving mode while charging the battery speed limit signs and to use safe driving judgment at all times. To turn off the device completely hold the power key until a Garmin is not responsible for any traffic fines or citations you. prompt appears on the screen and select Off receive for failing to follow all applicable traffic laws and signs. The prompt appears after five seconds If you release the Your device provides features that can help encourage safer. power key before the prompt appears the device enters driving and increase efficiency even when you are driving in a. power saving mode familiar area The device plays an audible tone or message and. displays information for each alert You can enable or disable. the audible tone or message for each type of alert Not all alerts. are available in all areas, 2 Driver Awareness Features and Alerts. School zone or nearby school The device plays a tone and You can start navigating to your destination quickly using the. displays the distance to and speed limit if available for an recommended route or you can select an alternate route. upcoming school or school zone Starting a Route page 3. Speed limit reduction The device plays a tone and displays If there are specific roads you need to use or avoid you can. the upcoming reduced speed limit so you can be prepared to customize the route Shaping Your Route page 4. reduce your speed You can add multiple destinations to a route Adding a. Speed limit exceeded The device plays a tone and displays a Location to Your Route page 4. red border on the speed limit icon when you exceed the. posted speed limit for the current road Starting a Route. Wrong way on a one way street The device plays a message 1 Select Where To and search for a location Finding and. The Garmin Express software downloads and installs the updates onto your device Map updates are very large and this process may take a long time on slower Internet connections Device Overviews Garmin Drive 40 Device Overview Power key Mini USB power and data port Map and data memory card slot Garmin Drive 50 Device Overview Power key

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