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    Default nüvi 2559LMT with Europe map

    Do you guys know if the antenna/vehicle power cable that comes in the US version box (that also comes with the complete Europe map) also works for traffic information in Europe or I have to buy another cable for use this service in Europe?
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    According to the Garmin site, 2559LMT comes with the '3D Traffic' receiver i.e. GTM60 in NA:
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    That's the former name of what Garmin now calls 'HD Digital Traffic':
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    The HD Digital Traffic service in NA is delivered by HD Radio via the GTM60 traffic receiver. This is supplemented by FM traffic service as it's a dual HD/FM receiver. The equivalent in EU is GTM70 which is a dual DAB/FM receiver. GTM60 cannot receive DAB and GTM70 cannot receive HD Radio signals, but either of them can receive FM Traffic in another area if it's free or a paid local subscription is added. Or go here: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

    So if you want to receive DAB traffic in EU You must use a GTM70:
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