I have those settings too, but I didn't think that's what we're talking about here. AIUI, they are for when you're exceeding whatever the current speed limit is, and I do seem to be able to turn them off. I believe Garmin refers to them as "Speeding alerts".simoncrewe wrote: ↑18 Jun 2020 08:53
I thought the problem wasn't with that, but with the warnings that come up before you get to a change in speed limit, telling you the speed limit is about to change (which Garmin calls "Speed limit reduction" alerts). AFAIK you'd get them regardless of what speed you're doing at the time, though I don't know for sure whether anybody has tested that.
I notice that in the manual on some Garmin sites (e.g. the UK one) it lists "Speed limit reduction" as one of the alert types you should have on your driver assistance list, but other sites (e.g. the US one) don't include it, so maybe sussamb is right and it depends on what region you're in. However, I'm in the UK and despite it being listed on our web site I certainly don't have "Speed limit reduction" on my list so I have no way to disable it short of turning off the audio and losing everything, which is pretty annoying. I can only hope Garmin get enough complaints to make them do something about it. This sounds like a straight-up software bug to me, but one I'd have thought would be pretty simple to fix if they actually want to.