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Review: The TomTom Start 24 Europe

Posted on 01st March 2012 by ConnorSephton TomTom-Start-1

The TomTom Start 24 Europe offers something a little unique; the device has maps that cover the whole of Europe and beyond, from France to Germany and Turkey to Russia. Not only that, but it even has an integrated mount with a flip screen. The foldaway map is really..

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Summit on sat nav data to be held in March

Posted on 20th February 2012 by ConnorSephton Image courtesy of BBC News

March 2012 will be the month that Local Transport Minister, Norman Baker, will take action on incorrect sat nav maps. He’s aiming to ensure that all drivers get the appropriate vehicles on the right roads. He claims that misdirected traffic is an increasing problem, as well as a “scourge..

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Review: The TomTom Via LIVE 120

Posted on 20th February 2012 by ConnorSephton Publicity photo courtesy of TomTom

The TomTom Via LIVE 120 sat nav is able to offer a few little extras that other devices can’t. With eco routing, up-to-date speed camera alerts and even Google Local Search, you’ll find this new TomTom an incredibly useful device. The sat nav even allows you to call hands-free..

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Review: The Garmin Nuvi 1340

Posted on 20th February 2012 by ConnorSephton Publicity photo courtesy of Garmin

Yet another great addition to the Nuvi 1300 line, the 1340 has focused primarily on fuel economy. It offers an eco route system, which allows you to take the most fuel-efficient route possible. What’s more, it even tracks fuel usage during your journey so that you can be sure..

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