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Garmin Drive™ 51 LMT
Entry-level GPS navigator with driver alerts

KD 56.00
Dedicated GPS Navigator with Driver Alerts
Easy-to-use dedicated GPS navigator with bright 5.0-inch dual-orientation display
Preloaded with lifetime¹ maps of the U.S. or U.S. and Canada
Provides real-time services² such as live traffic and live parking³
Driver alerts for dangerous curves, speed changes, speed cameras4, railroad crossings, animal crossings and more

TripAdvisor® ratings for travel points of interest (POIs) such as hotels, restaurants and attractions Wherever you’re going, have a smoother trip with Garmin Drive. This dedicated GPS navigator includes innovative driver alerts to help increase your situational awareness and preloaded travel points of interest from TripAdvisor to help find everything you need along the way. The future is on your Garmin. Just look ahead and drive.

Live Services for Your Drive
Outsmart traffic jams with time-saving alternate routes or by avoiding them altogether. Then, with live information, spend less time circling the block to look for parking. For traffic alerts, relevant rerouting directions and up-to-date weather forecasts, download the Smartphone Link app, which connects your Garmin Drive with your compatible smartphone. As you near your destination, take the stress out of parking by viewing pricing and availability trends for on-street public parking. The Smartphone Link app also enables LiveTrack², which lets drivers share their location so friends can track your whereabouts whether you are running errands around town or taking a long road trip.

Driver Alerts: Know Your Surroundings
To encourage safer driving and increase situational awareness, Garmin Drive provides driver alerts for sharp curves, speed changes, railroad crossings and animal crossings. Additionally, the navigator will warn you when driving the wrong way on a one-way street and alert you to nearby schools and school zones. Receive notifications for nearby red light cameras and speed cameras4, and even get fatigue warnings5 that suggest potential rest areas after several hours of driving.