I generally find that these things are a waste of money..everyone that I know that has (had) one used it for a few days, and took it out...its good for truck drivers and such, but its a dumb idea for someone like me (and I am assuming you unless you started taking road trips every week). My uncle has one in his tuareg and its not even accurate when they came here the first time to visit they asked us for directions and said that the navigation is "huyna" (you know what that means).
Denis's mom has one, give him a call and see if she likes it or whatnot...this is assuming that hes even talking to anyone except ashley by now
A personal frustration..my friend has one, we went to new jersey, so this thing sent us on a 2.5 hour loop through farm country and **** knows what...at that point we were so confused as to where we were, we just followed it. THe trip back using mapquest directions took 40 minutes.
edit: personally I use google maps, and if I get lost, I have a thing called LiveSearch on my phone, which is basically a map, directions, traffic, city guide, etc.etc. on my phone that is included in my internet plan...its never steered me wrong.
edit2: (i keep forgetting shit)..tomtom is a good company, also check out meggalan (sp?), I hear they have good stuff. Personally for me, I dont need a map to show me where to go since I already know it..I know downtown almost 100%, and most of the surrounding areas around here, its easier for me to remember a few things or write them down than fiddle with a nav system
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Last edited by newyorker : 12-26-2007 at 06:19 PM.