I bought my Garmin V about five years ago and noticed right off the bat that my address and the road were in the wrong place on the maps I got with it. I called Garmin to report the mistake and was assured it would be corrected on the next update. When I got my update a year+ later I checked it. It was still wrong and a the same for a few other mistakes I found. I called Garmin again. Told the same thing. Now 5 years later and it is still wrong along with the other mistakes I found. It is not just Garmin though. They all get their maps from the same place.Not Too current
my new zumo has the same mistakes as the 3 year old version does
there are streets in my city, that had houses sold in 2005, and the streets are not in the data base
It goes farther than that. Navteq, in the case of Garmin, has to get their information from the State which gets it from the counties, or parrishes, in the US. Blame your local people for not updating the GIS information they send to the state, or the state for not incorporating it. Navteq does not go out and drive the roads, that is a local responsibility....Now 5 years later and it is still wrong along with the other mistakes I found. It is not just Garmin though. They all get their maps from the same place.