I'm going to Aruba in a few days and would like to use my Garmin there. A suggestion is to not render the 'operator' tag with National Parks (and possibly Nature Reserves).At present it results in cluttering and redundant naming, like "National Parks and Wildlife Service: Wollumbin National Park".More information can be found in the file README_errors included in the download.(**) Contour lines have been generated from data of the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) of the NASA. For all areas where data from Jonathan de Ferranti ( were available, they have been used with preference on those from SRTM, as they notably improve the information from the SRTM.To me the logical equivalent would be to label every highway with "Main Roads Department: XYZ Highway".In cases of national or state-owned assets it seems most useful to just render the asset name, not the administering government department name(which keeps changing ...
However, I keep getting an error message "couldn't mount file" and "the disc image file is corrupted." What do I do?
The maps for Garmin you can download below are usually updated daily.
Here you have information on how to use the maps in your GPS or in the computer.
Read More A suggestion is to not render the 'operator' tag with National Parks (and possibly Nature Reserves).
The following maps include data from (***) Due to the SD cards limit, it is not possible to have the whole Europe or Asia maps in a single file.
So it is necessary to install the map in the computer and then transfer to the GPS card those parts of the continent you are interested in (aproximately half of Europe will fit in a single file).