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Topic # 28651 7-Dec-2008 16:49
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Hello eveyone umm just after a little help with my GPS i got it from Australia and it has the Aussie maps still on it im back in new zealand now and planing to stay here is it possable to put the new zealand maps on it? if so where can i download them from i have looked on google with no luck.

i would be highly greatfull for any help or advise given:)

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  Reply # 182609 7-Dec-2008 17:14
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The model number would be a good start

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  Reply # 182640 7-Dec-2008 21:37
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ok on the back it says model: GPS-3.5
input 5v dc,2.0A sn L608812704A

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Reply # 182644 7-Dec-2008 22:08
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r there any free ones?

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  Reply # 182665 8-Dec-2008 08:04
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$25 is amazingly cheap for a full set of mapping for New Zealand to fit your GPS !!

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  Reply # 182703 8-Dec-2008 11:30
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Gart2010: r there any free ones?

Not unless you can run Garmin compatible maps which you probably can't. There are free maps with guidance etc but they are only for Garmin devices or sme mobiles which can run Garmin XT.

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