I found the Qualcomm navigation system to be not very good. I was on a dedicated account going to the same place over and over, so it was no big deal to me. I would have hated to rely on it. I would probably use my phone and Google Maps rather than the NaviGo built into my Qualcomm.
Hoosier. I take it you’re from IN. Me too. I’m in ATL. Looking to start orientation Monday with AE. Should know within next 12 hours if I’m accepted. Email me if you’re available to answer any questions before I make the jump. Ty. KangarooTrucker@gmail.com
I started with Averitt in mid June. As far as the gps, I run the NaviGo and my RandMcNally. Both have there faults, but between both of them and Google maps and route planning I generally get to customer ok. Always request driver directions. Good information there. I like staying at service centers. Most have showers, fuel, truck wash, nice break rooms, exercise equipment, and free ice. But I stay anywhere that sets me up for the next day.