i dotn know what to decide of new gps for semitrailer i liek this one cuz the style http://www.teletype.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product...
but this i knew long time since 2006 http://www.dieselboss.com/Travrout/pcmiler_truck_gps.htm
this one is ugly style...any one let me know if u have this kind of gps !and which one has High-sensitivity GPS receiver?...can i add the poi in this gps?
If it were my decision, I would go with the Garmin StreetPilot 7200
I would look here as a possible place to buy it from
The 7" screen would work pretty well in a tractor.
On the other hand, the attraction of one customized for trucking is understandable. I have looked at a couple of posts in trucking forums and it seems to be lacking a little bit: https://www.expeditersonline.com/forum/general-expediter-for...
It looks like WorldNav 5100 will not be available for a week or two yet, so I guess it is an unknown commodity so far.
I know that you can add POIs to the Garmin 7200, but I have no idea on the units you mentioned.
I think that I read that Goodyear was supposed to be coming out with a new truck based gps soon. It would allow you to input the height, width and so forth of your rig and it would route you accordingly.
yean but garmin doesnt make it for commercial vehicles and what i mean you cant put the height, length and configured for Hazmat loads and others...now gps coming for semi-trailers,so when garmin come with that maybe i buy but i dont think he coming soon..only other brand like teletype and other.
The Teletype trucker GPSr's have not received very good reviews on Amazon.com. I don't know about the PC Miler unit, have not seen any reviews on those. The PC Miler software has one 1-star review on epinions.com.
That would be nice if Garmin made a GPSr that had clearances, truck routes, etc., but I guess they don't see the money in it.
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