April 23rd 2013 Verified user
Used in Ireland in 2013. For the most part, it worked very well. There was one place it had in its POI, which was not where the Garmin maps thought it was (Kilronan Castle.) Other than that one glich, it was accurate. However, recent changes in roadways can cause conflicts. For example, a roundabout that was rebuilt to be a major intersection . . . if you approached the interesction expecting a roundabout, you may be in the wrong lane to take the road you want leaving the intersection. Also, some work by Garmin to understand the more significant POI's would help. . . example: Newgrange is one of the top attractions, but to see Newgrange, you have to be in a tour, which leaves from the visitor's center. The center is 10 km. away from Newgrange, but the GPS takes you to the site, where you can't enter if you're not on the tour. This happens all the time at Newgrange - there were two of us there when I arrived, who had both been fooled by our GPSs.