Question about Garmin GPS
I would not leave it in the vehicle for long periods of time. As the inside of the car cools, so does the unit and then as the car is driven and the inside temperature heats up, condensation MAY appear internally and affect the circuitry.
Cold temperatures also slow down the performance of the LCD display until the ambient temperature rises to normal.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
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