Sat nav recommendations please

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Sat nav recommendations please

Post by jimmytanko » 16 Apr 2016, 08:35

I'm after a sat nav for the car, just wondering what other people have and if they would recommend them?
And no using my phone isn't an option I want a separate sat nav unit.
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Re: Sat nav recommendations please

Post by Richie848evo » 16 Apr 2016, 08:43

I always used tomtom's in the passed but thought I would try a Garmin this time it's good but no tomtom just make sure it comes with free maps and traffic updates for life


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Re: Sat nav recommendations please

Post by Pacuk » 16 Apr 2016, 15:39

I have the Tom Tom xl HGV with hd traffic updates and it brilliant.. Used it in car mode and it perform faultlessly.. I couldn't get used to my wife's garmin one when I had to lend it before I bought this onw


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Re: Sat nav recommendations please

Post by Cabernet » 16 Apr 2016, 15:50

A map.
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Re: Sat nav recommendations please

Post by rumpoldstilskin » 16 Apr 2016, 17:27

A big ball of string.

My MV has a garmin and it takes you everywhere but where you want to go and in a very untimely manner.

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Re: Sat nav recommendations please

Post by C-J » 16 Apr 2016, 17:38

Maps are for losers.... Navigating by star constellations is where it's at... Them new fangled paper things will never catch on... burn that technology!

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Re: Sat nav recommendations please

Post by Barts dad » 16 Apr 2016, 17:45

C-J wrote:Maps are for losers.... Navigating by star constellations is where it's at... Them new fangled paper things will never catch on... burn that technology!
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Sat nav recommendations please

Post by Pacuk » 16 Apr 2016, 17:50

Cabernet wrote:A map.
Don't do them sucker things for maps so they always fall off the screen

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Re: Sat nav recommendations please

Post by Cabernet » 16 Apr 2016, 17:52

Pacuk wrote:
Cabernet wrote:A map.
Don't do them sucker things for maps so they always fall off the screen
But they impregnate themselves in your soul.

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Post by Pacuk » 16 Apr 2016, 18:00

Cabernet wrote:
Pacuk wrote:
Cabernet wrote:A map.
Don't do them sucker things for maps so they always fall off the screen
But they impregnate themselves in your soul.

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Maybe so but they have little place in modern transport offices these days, a lot of the older drivers at our place mocked as I turned up fresh meat with my nice new sat nav 11 years ago. Not 1 of them hasn't got one now....


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