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Driveassist 51 NA LMT-S W/Lifetime Maps/Traffic, Dash Cam, Camera-Assisted Alerts, Lifetime Maps/Traffic,Live Parking, Smart Notifications, Voice Activation
Enjoy camera support behind the wheel with Garmin drive assist, the GPS navigator with a Built-in dash Cam. This navigator features smart capabilities such as Bluetooth hands-free calling and live services Plus camera-assisted driver alerts that help keep an Eye out for you. The future is on
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Driveassist 51 NA LMT-S W/Lifetime Maps/Traffic, Dash Cam, Camera-Assisted Alerts, Lifetime Maps/Traffic,Live Parking, Smart Notifications, Voice Activation

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Enjoy camera support behind the wheel with Garmin drive assist, the GPS navigator with a Built-in dash Cam. This navigator features smart capabilities such as Bluetooth hands-free calling and live services Plus camera-assisted driver alerts that help keep an Eye out for you. The future is on your Garmin. Just look ahead and drive.

  • GPS auto navigator with built-in dash cam, advanced driver alerts such as forward collision warning and 5.0-Inch Capacitive touch, pinch-to-zoom display
  • Detailed maps of North America with free lifetime updates
  • Provides real-time services, such as Live traffic and select Live parking, when using free smartphone link app on your compatible smartphone
  • View Live parking information, including pricing and availability trends for on-street public parking, as you approach your destination
  • Built-in dash cam with optional audio continuously records your drive and automatically saves files on impact; GPS records where and when events occurred
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Speaker comment
by Valued Customer on August 02, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Like everything about this product but the speaker which sounds cheap and tinny.

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Beware of ""Certified Refurbished""
by Valued Customer on August 02, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Garmin 010-N1682-02 Drive Assist 51 NA LMT-S, 5""The Garmin product is fine; however I purchased ""Certified Refurbished"" and am sorry for trying to save money on a refurbished product.I am now on my second unit with lingering technical issues from the prior owner for the second time. The first unit would drain the battery in 3-4 days and this replacement keeps telling me that I have had an �Incident (accident) and prompts me to report it to the authorities.I'm glad that I purchased insurance for this product but am again inconvienced with another return and yet another series of internet map updating.Amazon has been very accommodating but it makes me question the definition of �Certified Refurbished. What is certified and how?

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on July 29, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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great

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Anyway it is quite good device in general
by Valued Customer on July 27, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Pros:- good navigation and fast recalculation- good map viewNeutral:- dash camera quite ok, but it could be better. Numbers on plate are clear only from not more than 2 metersCons:- very bad voice recognition, it would be much better if there is option to say address separately - city, street etc. At least it doesn't recognize me :(- traffic data are from Here.com, so they often not so accurate. Would be nice to have option to choose traffic provider, google, or waze.- sometimes after you enter garage and leave after while it takes too long to find satelites back. Not good in cities like San Francisco. You leave garage and must drive just in some direction for couple of minutes until satelites are back.

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Pretty decent
by Valued Customer on July 25, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Works well, especially using smartlink app. Voice recognition is garbage. Lane recognition is pretty good, forward collision warning gets annoying.

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on July 19, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Love it and works great.

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The camera is a little of a disappointment though, 1080p yet you can't really read tag
by Valued Customer on July 15, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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This is a replacement for a Nuvi 1390LMT. It is a HUGE improvement. The screen is easier to read, it reacts MUCH faster to inputs and searches. The capacitive touch screen is miles ahead of the resistive one that the Nuvi used. The camera is a little of a disappointment though, 1080p yet you can't really read tag numbers unless you the car is right up in front of you. I live in an area in which half the people here shouldn't drive, but do. Many don't have insurance and probably a lot don't even have a license. I got this to replace the frustrating Nuvi and to also have a dash cam. Next go round, I'll get separate units. Updating the device with the built in WiFi is handy, but slower than using the computer and transferring the update. You don't have to tie up your computer. Voice commands work okay, but it doesn't read my voice correctly about a third of the time. The built in voices will also mispronounce street names very badly some times. I'm not talking difficult unique names either. Mine says ""Dagon Whee Road"" when it is supposed to be ""Wagon Wheel Road"" on my way home or ""County Road D"" when it is actually ""County Road T"". Frustrating!Overall, good model, definite improvement over older generations. Software and maps definitely could use improvement in areas other than major metropolitan areas Garmin!

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Good
by Valued Customer on July 10, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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So nice 6666666

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did good job on packing and refurbishing the product
by Valued Customer on July 07, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Garmin GPS Unit Received on time , did good job on packing and refurbishing the product ,Garmin GPS product is very good but Garmin Still have to work on speech recognition system because it works like my old 1990 Garmin GPS. Maps are better but not like Google maps,

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Good all-in-one solution with a few quirks: very similar to the DriveAssist 50 but with one IMPORTANT improvement!
by Valued Customer on July 07, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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The Garmin DriveAssist 51 (like its predecessor the DA 50 - which I also own and have reviewed) is a solid piece of technology that functions as a combination GPS, dash camera and a driver assistance (ADAS) system. That said, it does have a few important limitations that you should be aware of.Here's a summary of the positives and negatives pertaining to this device; as well as a comparison to the DriveAssist 50:Positives:1) Price and value: I paid $139 for a refurbished unit, and at this price, I think it's a fantastic value. Although, at the original $299 asking price, I probably would have hesitated.2) The unit is well made, and simple to set up.3) The GPS provides clear, simple voice directions, the screen is bright and easy to follow (though of very low resolution for 2018).4) The dashcam video is generally pretty good quality; although it gets somewhat marginal at night because of the small size of the lens.5) The ADAS features really do work: the forward collision, lane departure warning and moving traffic warnings function as described. The unit also warns you of speed limit changes, red light cameras and when you are driving the wrong way (though see below on the last point).6) You can operate the unit by voice command in addition to pressing options on the screen.7) It will easily pair itself with your Bluetooth capable smartphone and give you hands free calling capability, if that's something you're looking for.8) It will also download real time traffic alerts from your smartphone when necessary. This is actually very important because Garmin's over the air network of traffic antennas is not NEARLY as good as you'd expect it to be.Negatives:1) The GPS sometimes makes mistakes and is missing some locations. For instance, it advises you to take a completely unnecessary, and slow, detour down a tiny side street in downtown Savannah, GA.2) The unit takes quite awhile to calculate routes.3) The battery life is really short (less than 30 minutes): this unit is only designed to function plugged into your car.4) By default, it won't advise you to make U turns (even if they're perfectly legal) but will instead take you on much longer ""work around"" routes. This can, however, be changed within the options. Once you make a U turn it sometimes gets confused and warns you that you're going the wrong way, even though you're not.5) The ADAS system gives false positives sometimes, especially if the sensitivity is set to ""high"".6) At night time, and in the rain, the ADAS system really doesn't work reliably (even though this is arguably, when you might need it most).7) The supplied suction cup mount really doesn't hold very well.Comparison to the DriveAssist 50:1) Although the DA 50 is supposed to be Bluetooth compatible it will NOT pair with my Samsung Galaxy smartphone. The DA 51 has no problem.2) The DA 50 can only download live traffic information via antenna (which is part of the power cord); this unit can also do that OR snag it from your smartphone once it's paired. This is a BIG DEAL. Many large cities in the South (Atlanta, Savannah, Charleston, SC) do NOT have Garmin traffic antennas meaning with the DA 50 you will never get traffic info there.All-in-all, I recommend this unit.Based on my readings of other reviews, most ADAS systems in stand alone dashcams are completely useless, whereas while this system makes the occasional mistake, but it actually does work (in some ways it works BETTER than the system in my $60K BMW that system warns SO late that metal is already crumpling by the time the alarms go off! I'm exaggerating, but only slightly). The GPS works fine, but honestly, no better than the free Google Maps app on my smart phone. The dash camera records in full HD quality, and during the day the video looks fine, but because the lens and sensor are so small, in marginal light it looks worse than the video from some $50 stand alone dashcam units.My overall conclusion is similar to the one I drew for the DA 50: If you ONLY need a dashcam or you ONLY want a GPS, you probably shouldn't buy the Garmin DriveAssist; however, if you want both of these functions in one machine, and you're curious about ""smart"" driver assistance / collision avoidance systems, and you want to test one out for very little money, I think you'll be happy with your purchase. Overall, I do recommend the DA 51.

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Video recording overheats, freezes
by Valued Customer on July 05, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I've had a series of Garmins. The 51 has been one of the best. We've taken it on a very long road trip and some shorter jaunts. I like the link to my cell phone. It lets the passenger look up nearby places and send directions to the Garmin. We were leaving the camera on to record the trips and any potential accidents. The problem is, this unit overheats. I mean too-hot-to-touch hot. That's when it freezes - the screen just freezes in place and you have to reboot it. Garmin replaced my unit. The new one does exactly the same thing. I finally too the camera card out altogether. No more camera recording, no more overheating and no more freezing. Bottom line. The DriveAssist 51 works great except for one of the features I bought it for - recording video.

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Best GPS I've ever used.
by Valued Customer on June 30, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I've used a Garmin GPS in the past, just for trips. I received this as a gift and I use it every day. The camera with driver alerts is helpful, but I really like the voice command and the ability to look for destinations at home on the phone (garmin app) and then send that to the GPS when I get in the car. This makes it easy to use the device for every drive and the nice part about that is I know when I expect to arrive. I also really like the speed limit showing on the screen all the time. One complaint, it very infrequently goes slow enough to be frustrating. I can be typing an address and the device cant keep up with my keyboard pace. The map has a few glitches. It thinks some roads are one way that aren't and sounds an alarm ""you are going the wrong way"". That is not helpful.

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