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Best Off-Road GPS

If you have been out on the off-road trails or explored some remote places in your rig you know that having a GPS is essential for being able to know where you are and where you are going while overlanding.

On my many off-road and overland adventures I have heavily relied on a GPS to navigate, and view it as one of my most important pieces of equipment.

Check out this list of the Best Off-Road GPSs:


This lightweight, high sensitivity GPS is a great option for an off-roader. This GPS locates your position quickly and precisely and maintains its location in heavy cover and deep canyons. When out in the woods or desert this is a reliable GPS that will keep you from getting lost.

It has a 2.6 inch bright color screen and 16 hours of battery life.

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Trail Tech Voyager Pro

The Trail Tech Voyager Pro is a solid GPs for any off-road enthusiast. The map screen is enabled with base maps, topography lines, hill shading, and trails.

Amongst the major features is Buddy Tracking. Buddy Tracking uses localized radio signals and can support up to 20 riders in a single group. View members of your ride group on the map screen in real time, increase your following distances, and use the emergency beacon to summon your buddies.

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Garmin Oregon 750t 3-Inch Handheld GPS

The Garmin Oregon 650t 3-Inch Handheld GPS comes with 100 thousand pre-loaded maps and is a touchscreen device. The convenience of this is that you can interact more easily with the maps to find your way. This GPS is extremely durable and can take an impact and still work.

Additionally, with this GPS you can share your waypoints, tracks, routes and geocaches quickly.

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