Navigate the streets of India with confidence. This product provides detailed road maps and points of interest for your compatible device, so you can navigate with exact, turn-by-turn directions to any address or intersection. Route to restaurants, gas stations, lodging, attractions and more.
Includes detailed coverage and postal code coverage of more than 100 major cities.
Includes more than 1.1 million km (675,000 mi) of roads throughout India, including NH-8 from Delhi to Mumbai, and NH-7 from Varanasi to Hyderabad.
Displays more than 5 million points of interest throughout the country, including restaurants, lodging, banks, ATMs, shopping and more.
Gives turn-by-turn directions on your compatible device.
Speaks street names (example: "Turn right on Main Street")
Includes navigational features, such as turn restrictions, roundabout guidance, speed categories and more.
Contains traffic data for compatible devices that use traffic receivers.
Includes detailed coverage for:
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Daman & Diu
Old Goa (Velha Goa)
Vasco da Gama
Download CN India NT 2011.40 (663 MiB when extracted)
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The file size for India_2011_40.img is 633 MiB (mebibyte) or 663 MB (megabyte). It depends on if you're using binary units like we do with computers or if you're using decimal units like hard drive manufacturers and memory card makers do. The storage industry obviously wants their capacity to look as as large as possibly by using 1000 byte steps despite the fact that we calculate in binary 1024 steps (2^10 = 1024) in almost all other cases of file sizes.
Microsoft uses binary MiB calculations in Windows Explorer but they writes it as MB. That might be a confusion.
The largest file size for a FAT-32 file system is 4 GiB and that's also the maximum file size for a readable Garmin IMG-map. One conclusion is that if you by a 4 GB (4 000 000 000 bytes) memory card then you can't store a 4 GiB (4 *1024 * 1024 * 1024 bytes = 4 294 967 296 bytes) file on that memory card.