RV Life GPS

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  1. mdcamping

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    Does anyone know if I Can bluetooth/link Rv Life GPS to my new 2022 SYNC 4 Ford screen, similar like Waze or Google maps? (I have a Galaxy S9 phone) I do like the Rv navigation that Rv Life GPS offers, I'm also looking into Garmin or maybe both.

    Thank you for your replies
    Mike
     
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  2. Paythebill

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    Sorry Mike, wish I could help you. My truck is a basic work truck model and is over ten years old, but I do have a radio.....:rolleyes:
     
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    My truck is packed with technology, one example if I adjust the settings correctly the truck will try to drive itself in some situations. Sometimes I wish my truck just had a radio also, lol :p

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    The only high tec thing on m truck is .... wait for it... cruise control...:p
     
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    Mike, You might try sending your question to the RV LIFE Support Desk where we have admins that might be able to answer you. support@rvlife.com
     
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  6. mdcamping

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    Good idea, I sent them a message

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    My past 07 Tacoma has cruise control, In the 15 yrs I owned it I think I used it just once to see if it works. My new truck has gone into cruise control unexpectedly twice on me. After the second time I think I figured it out which button I accidentally touched on the steering wheel (lots and lots of buttons...)

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    Well I ended up buying the Garmin RV 890, going to be my fathers day/birthday present. :cool:

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    Gotta love that cruise control. I use ours on the RV all the time. Love it when nature calls while driving down some wide open road. So easy to just set the speed, push a button, and get up and walk back to the onboard facilities.On open lighter traffic roads I set it to 55 but on the heavier traffic interstates and freeways I will set it at 35 so as to let other drivers get around me..............:D

    Cruse on, Terry.............(aka BankShot
     
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    Forgot to add that I also turn on my flashers when initiating the above procedure. That way other drivers are able to see the coach mo betta, especially when driving at night I always try to be as courteous to other drivers as I can.................:D

    BankShot...........(aka Terry)
     
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    East coast if the freeways are moving most folks go just south of 80 mph, especially middle & left lanes. I generally try to stay 62 to 67 MPH :cool:

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