You know that feature in some Garmin GPS receivers that drops "bread crumbs" on the road to mark where you have been? What does Garmin call that feature?
I am trying to find a Garmin GPS that has that feature, but I don't know what to look for in the GPS specifications.
Try looking for a track log.
I'm certain it's not the only one, but my nüvi 760 has that feature.
my 750 has that feature too.
Only god knows why but Garmin doesn't disclose on their product pages whether track log is included in certain models.
It is called Trip Log on my Nuvi 255W.
It is discussed in Owners Manual, but I did not see it anywhere else on garmin.com
My first gps was Garmin's GPSMap 60CSx. They call it a "mapping handheld" and it has the feature you describe. I looked at the products called "basic handheld" and the feature list says those do not have mapping. Hope this helps!
I think it is available in most model I have the low end Nuvi 200w and an old hand-held gpsmap 76 and both of them have that feature
Trip logs are saved in Favorites file current.gpx. You can send to Mapsource from GPSr (or drag and drop gpx file into Mapsource). Tracks (and Waypoints) are listed in left pane. You can click on tracks or waypoints to display in map (may display automatically). You can create waypoints associated with Tracks and send back to GPSr (shows in Favorites) or save as gpx file and create custom POIs with POI Loader.
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