Style Name: Europe Maps/Traffic
Hit the open road with dēzl 560LT - the new Garmin navigator designed exclusively for the trucking industry. With large 5-inch display, rugged design, extra loud speaker and external video input for optional backup camera, dēzl is ideally suited to the in-cab environment. Delivering advanced navigation, multi-route planning and calculation with nüRoute technology, dēzl customises routes to your vehicle’s specific attributes, complete with trucking points of interest, truck speed limits, hazards and exits. And with dedicated Automotive, Truck and RV (also ideal for motorhome and caravan) modes, dēzl 560LT was made for life over the road.
With its 5-inch (12.7 cm) high-resolution touchscreen display, dēzl 560LT provides a wealth of information in great detail. PhotoReal Junction View delivers a realistic reproduction of road signs and junctions along your route, with stunning landscape detail for exceptional clarity right down to the exact trees and pylons! With Lane Assist, there’s no more guessing which lane you need to be in, dēzl uses arrows to indicate the right lane for navigation at the right time - especially helpful when navigating complex motorway exits and junctions. So there’s no need for panic, hesitation or last-minute lane changes, even on unfamiliar routes.
Premium Lifetime Traffic Avoidance
Steer clear of traffic with dēzl’s integrated FM traffic receiver and free lifetime traffic updates. Receive alerts about traffic delays and road construction that lie ahead on your planned route. Next, simply touch the screen to view traffic details or get an appropriate detour around the problem area.
Safer, Smarter Routing In The Cab
Preloaded with detailed full Europe maps (44 countries, truck coverage may vary), for turn-by-turn directions and spoken street names, dēzl’s specialised routing supports truck-related restrictions customisable by your vehicle height, weight, length and hazardous materials. Simply enter your truck’s profile and dēzl guides you onto suitable truck-verified roads, avoiding towns, cities and routes where relevant restrictions apply. You can even set up custom avoidances for specific roads and areas. Advanced multi-point truck routing finds the most efficient route between multiple stops and users can maintain various truck and driver profiles across a fleet, changing the active profile at any point.
dēzl makes finding an appropriate place to park much simpler with its “exit services” feature, which enables drivers to quickly search upcoming motorway exits for food, fuel, lodging, rest areas, truck stops and weigh stations. Once refuelled, the quick-release powered mount with Park Position Recall helps you navigate back to your parked vehicle to get quickly back on the road
Make Hands-free Calls
For hands-free calling, dēzl 560LT integrates Bluetooth® wireless technology with a built-in microphone and speaker. Just pair with your compatible Bluetooth phone and talk hands-free through the 560LT. Simply dial numbers with dēzl's touchscreen keypad to make a call. To answer calls, just tap the screen and speak into the microphone. Enjoy convenient one-touch dialling for your phone book contacts and points of interest and make sure you’re giving the road your full attention.
Use in the car too
dēzl is portable and multimodal and easily switches from truck to car or RV/motorhome/caravan mode for taking with you between vehicles.
Very good all round sat nav, It has been a god send with having the caravan, very easy to use. Not got lost yet :-)Published 1 month ago by linda
Not bad so far apart from directing me down two 7.5t weight limits and giving me a blank screen now and again.Published 8 months ago by Stephen Dunne
Does not stick to dashboard.Very poor routing.The incorrect warning messages about traffic are coming all the time. Read morePublished 9 months ago by raymond davin
Easy to use and gets you where you want to be!
Good graphics, lots of info.
Would recommend. Good item.
It dose what is needs to and very well. Had other sat nav's I would only recommend Garmin O/S only, as other Operating systems fall short of delivering good.Published 11 months ago by Milton Erickson