Garmin Heads-Up Display Navigation System

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

GPS systems are a dime a dozen, but there’s still a huge problem with all of them. Following “turn by turn” directions while driving is still a nightmare. The Garmin Heads-Up Display navigation system is the perfect solution to this new generation problem.

Rather than toy around with some awkward smartphone or GPS mount, Garmin has created a device that pairs with your mobile device to display turn by turn directions directly onto your windshield. All you have to do is download the Garmin app on your mobile device, connect to the Garmin HUD via Bluetooth, and there you have it. In addition to displaying turn by turn directions, you can also see traffic directions and estimated time of arrival. Now all that needs to happen is an FCC stamp of approval. Once it’s approved by the Federal Communications Commission, the device will be sold directly through Amazon’s online store.

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