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Although, AFAIK, you can't install Nav Teq maps on the previous models so that limiting of options might be seen as legally suss.But, whatever, it's not a good look for Garmin (assuming that there are going to be no further updates.
This is a very convenient way to maintain the latest operating systems on your device.
You may also sync fitness and golf devices directly into Garmin Connect when you are logged onto that service.
Garmin pioneered free course updates (companies used to charge significant annual fees for this).
Aviation is a separate and highly regulated part of Garmin's database offerings.
They can put whatever conditions they like on this lifetime offer (e.g., it's only until they change their map provider) but the ACCC are not going to take kindly to any company making these 'offers' and then having consumers get as little as 3 months for their 'lifetime' maps.
If 2013.20 does turn out to be the last Sensis update then I for one would lodge complaints.Garmin make a good product but their definition of 'lifetime' is not mine, and I doubt it would be that of ACCC. from what I recall at the time.read that it was lifetime of the device (ie, device dies, thats the lifetime)... tough luck" The 'change of map provider' condition is in Garmin's promotional T&Cs, in addition to the 'life of the device.' The issue would come down to what's a reasonable expectation of 'lifetime' in relation to the product.I have also been waiting for the latest map updates and wondering when or if they will be releasing an updated version. Two years might be seen as reasonable given that the useful life of the device itself is probably not much more than 3-4 years.Another big change in map updates is that more of them are free.Garmin and other GPS makers have transitioned in a significant way to free product lifetime map updates for a range of products including sports and golf GPS.The implication is therefore that a Sensis update is due shortly and Garmin also intend to continue updating models with lifetime maps after that. Is there any way we can do an online purchase of the lifetime aussie and nz garmin map?I updated my map a month ago and can't remember exactly how much I paid...could have been 90 bucks or something – not sure.But for many map options, especially international street maps beyond those you purchased with your unit, you will have to pay.If you've purchased one of Garmin's many GPS units that offer free map updates, you will choose this map updates page, which will prompt you to download and install the Garmin Express map updater utility, if you don't already have it installed.I bought a 2460 earlier this year, a couple of weeks before they announced the change to Nav Teq.I don't see a couple of updates between then and July as being 'lifetime.' And Garmin were also selling products with Sensis maps and 'lifetime updates' up to and beyond the time they announced the change and introduced new products, ergo they knew well before the announcement that 'lifetime' for products with Sensis maps had at best become misleading.