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In this case you can either select a smaller region that will fit on your device or you can insert a micro/SD card into your sat-nav to hold the maps. If you don't have one, you can purchase one from here. Always make sure you have the latest version of Garmin Express installed before updating your sat-nav. Unfortunately, Garmin Express does not always work.

You can check this by clicking the 'cog' icon, top right hand side of the Garmin Express window and clicking on the link in the 'About Garmin Express' panel. Sometimes it has trouble recognising the devices that are connected to it.

Yes, these devices can be updated however it is problematic if you want to update full European maps.

The devices can only accept class 4 SD cards up to 2 GB.

Although most people will use their smartphone for navigation these days, the standalone sat nav is still one of the most reliable ways of getting from A to B.

Many still prefer having maps pre-installed on their sat-navs, rather than relying on their smartphone’s data connection to ensure map data can be downloaded on the fly.

In these cases, even though your device comes with lifetime maps, no matter how many times you connect your sat-nav to Garmin Express it informs you that can purchase a map update.

If this happens, you will need to contact Garmin on 1890 930 081 to have the problem resolved. The only difference is that you have to purchase the map update from Garmin's website first and then use Express to apply the update.

It is important to let this procedure complete - don't be tempted to switch on/off your device even if it looks like nothing is happening.

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