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The unit comes with a suction-type mount that can be attached to your windshield or on your dash. There are two sets of mounting arms to adjust the unit's angle and also a round mounting disc. The main screen lets you find any location by entering a destination address, as well as allowing you to find points of interest along the way. Also, a built-in address book conveniently stores your addresses so you never have to re-enter them. Using this device while traveling through Utah, we were able to find our hotel (as well as the local museum, gas stations, and restaurants) very easily. Not only are the touch-screen buttons easy to use, the unit also gives you voice commands as you are driving. After entering your destination, you can choose several route options: use freeways or not, fastest time route or shortest distance, add detours along the drive, and more.