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We have a Garmin Nuvi 200. We want to know if we can get voice directions usinf street names with this model. ..............Tom (Connecticut)

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No, the Nuvi 200 does not have text to speech for street names. You have to go with a higher model to do this, like the Nuvi 260.

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Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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