Originally Posted by Emoto
Anyway, I tend to plan my route to be backroads that avoid cities, so I typically need to get off my route to get gas, so this one particular feature, is very useful to me, and is perhaps one small way that the 350 is more useful than the Montana. YMMV.
Yes, the Montana does allow you to add "Via Points" to a route then continue the original. To do so, start Navigation, then go back to "Where To" and you'll see this screen:
Select a "Via Point", then "Go" and it will be added, as seen in this route:
The gas 'Via Point" is in the middle, then the rest of the original route is listed.
Want to know more about the Garmin Montana? See the Wisdom and FAQ Thread.
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