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    tonymarsden
    Tom Tom versus Garmin.(Which sat nav)
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    • 1st Jun 07, 11:18 AM
    Tom Tom versus Garmin.(Which sat nav) 1st Jun 07 at 11:18 AM
    I am about to buy a Tom Tom. I was set on the Tom tom one, but now fancy the Go 710 as it has hands free as well. Most only have the old 6.5 version maps and I was keen to have the 6.75 map. That said I am told the 6.75 maps are teleatlas (Tom toms new supplier) and are not as good.

    Garmin i believe use Nav tech (Tom toms old map supplier) which many claim to be more relaible. Am i fussing over nothing or should I be considering the Garmin Tom tom.If so which one. Is there anything on the Garmin ones that is not as good as Tom Tom.Also is there anything better than the Garmin ones..

    My budget is about 250.Also it sounds a pain keep removing the sucker off the windscreen to prevent car theft.Any help or advice here!

    Please please help, experienced sat nav people.

    Cheers,

    Tony
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