If you're heading for remote parts of the world, WorldMap has you covered. WorldMap provides basic worldwide maps for your Garmin device, including areas where no other detailed maps are available. These general maps display political boundaries, coastlines, cities and towns, major interstates and highways, lakes and rivers, and urban areas and railroads. WorldMap also includes U.S. Interstate exit information, including fuel and service stations, restaurants, hotels, campsites, hospitals, and banks.
WorldMap is most useful for those parts of the world where no other detailed maps are available.
• Allows you to transfer waypoints, routes and tracks between your computer and your Garmin device.
• Includes political boundaries, cities, towns, urban areas, major motorways and interstates, principal highways and railroads.
• Displays lakes, major streams and rivers.
• Contains coastline detail, including many off-shore islands, and worldwide nautical navaids such as daybeacons, radiobeacons, RACONs, fog signals, lights and buoys.
• Provides U.S. Interstate exits information, such as service stations, gas stations, restaurants, hotels, campsites, hospitals, banks and more.
Minimum System Requirements
Internet access is required. Includes USB device drivers.
• Windows® 2000 or newer
• 512 MB RAM
• at least 1024 x 768 display
• 24-bit color monitor
• 2 GB free disk space
• USB port
• CD-ROM drive
Why do You want to use it at Your Dakota 20 ?
The Dakota has his own basemap and I think this (old) WorldMap has no more detail than Your basemap.
But, You can give it a trie !
It's a Mapsource install and You can put the map on Your Dakota with Mapsource.