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“If you buy a sat nav, it's because you want to join a...”

Written on: 20/07/2007 by Sofia Bastante (1 review written)

Good Points
Some times is accurate.

Bad Points
In the big cities it often lost the signal, and you don't know where to go. In the Republic of Ireland all the national roads are missing and there are not the small towns and villages. In the Kerry County you can find a very few places.

General Comments
If you buy a sat nav, it's because you want to join a place without a paper map and you are sure it will take you to the exact address where you want to go. Instead, you get lost during the night in the middle of nothing, not knowing where to go, because the satellite signal is not complete as they say, so is better you don't spend £490 (this is the money I spent on December 2005) to buy the Tom Tom 700. With a few pounds you can buy a paper map and you are sure you will join the place where you want to go. If they say that there is a complete map of west Europe and then it is not complete, I think it's not honest and we pay for something they don't give us.

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