Garmin offers GTM 25 receiver activated Real-time traffic message channel, gives prompt accurate traffic flow and select fastest route

garminsg / 09 Jun 2010

 

Singapore/June 08, 2010 - Garmin Corporation, a unit of Garmin Ltd., the global leader in satellite navigation, now provides the receiver - GTM™ 25 to support Traffic Message Channel (TMC), the optional traffic alerts real-time traffic, guaranteed service for at least 2 years.

When facing backups, slowdowns or traffic jams, it gives prompt, accurate notification of accidents, road construction, police or emergency action, etc. So, you can visually monitor traffic flow and, if necessary, select an alternate route. The GTM 25 will be able to receive Singapore traffic information only and to compatible Garmin GPS navigators. Using this data, your device alerts you to local traffic tie-ups and displays current traffic levels. The receiver also acts as an in-vehicle power charger. The coverage area supported by GTM™ 25 receiver is available in Singapore only and compatible with nüvi® 1250 Sg/My, nüvi® 1350 Sg/My and nüvi® 1460 Sg/My with optional traffic receiver required.

         
   

This new feature will be demonstrated in conjunction with the PC Show 2010 in Singapore. To get a real bargain, this is the opportunity you can’t be missed. Additional product information is available at www.garmin.com.sg.


      

               
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