Based on prior years history shown here: the new map update release should be imminent but, then again, the last update was about six weeks later than usual.
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Now that it's out, maybe I should update, although I updated a week ago to the now old map.
The new map (now old) was terrible going thru Dallas.
It wanted me to get off the interstate and go thru downtown Dallas and then get back on the interstate.
I did not do that obviously but my old old map did not have me get off the interstate.
Traffic was medium and no delays present on the GPS and heavy traffic delay reroute off, so it was not a traffic reroute.
The new map (now old) apparently thinks the Interstate thru Dallas ends there.
Wish I could get the old old map back, but maybe it's fixed in the newest map. Garmin releases the maps to a group of testers before general release.
He must have found a site offering the map since Garmin doesn't have it on their servers yet.
The FID number is a way to determine if the map is real.
Garmin releases the maps to a group of testers before general release. I just like to know, what for download anything from other, "unofficial" sites if you have official update from Garmin?
He must have found a site offering the map since Garmin doesn't have it on their servers yet. The European version was released about 2 weeks ago, the NA about a week ago. Out of curiosity, I downloaded and installed it on my units, checked it using Mapsource and Base Camp. Is it worth risking viruses and other junk to infect computer just to have map couple weeks earlier?