Garmin International has introduced a new series of oversized dēzl navigators for professional truckers.

The series includes three models with either seven, eight and or extra-large ten-inch displays. The two larger models also support display maps in portrait mode.

The navigators feature large and easy-to-read HD touchscreens and will offer the truckers load-to-dock guidance, enabling them to find specific loading zones and storage lots.

They also come with a popular truck routing feature that indicates commonly used routes, helping the trucker to navigate through unknown terrain.

In addition, the dēzl navigators offer custom truck routing in certain regions.

Once the trucker enters the size and weight of truck on the navigator, this feature will provide information on the upcoming route, including alerts on bridge heights, weight limits, sharp curves and steep grades among others.

Garmin global consumer sales vice-president Dan Bartel said: “The new dēzl navigators offer over-the-road truck drivers exactly what they’ve been advocating for behind the wheel; extra-large navigation screens that clearly display the information that matters most to professional truckers.

“These navigators also add slick new capabilities, such as highlighting routes on the display to show popular paths used by other truck drivers.”

Truckers can also use the preloaded directory of Truck and Trailer Services in the dēzl navigators to locate preferred truck stops by brand or amenities.

It will also provide drivers with truck-friendly parking information.

The navigators support voice commands and are equipped with a built-in Bluetooth for hands-free calling.

Users can also pair these devices with the Garmin Drive mobile app to receive information on fuel prices, traffic and weather. They can also connect it with Garmin’s wireless backup cameras or other third-party backup cameras to see behind a truck when reversing.

These navigators are equipped with built-in Wi-Fi to update the software and maps without using a computer.