Hmmm, speedcamera database for the TomTom is Â£50 for a 1 year subscription, its free on the Garmin. If you have normal healthy eyes, the screen size of the streetpilot is more than big enough. I know this from the last 2 months of owning it.RobDon said:That one is WAY too small for my eyes, I'd probably crash trying to focus too much on the tiny screen. I've just ordered a Tom Tom ONE, will upgrade it with the speed camera software, hopefully now I won't get lost going to events such as Kames and Alford this year!
I have trouble with this.barrabbas said:as i mentioned earlier you can get any updates for sat nav for free. all you need is a pc and internet. just use a torrent site(bitcomet, bearshare etc} search for what you want, download to pc, connect sat nav to pc and install. i have latest maps, voices, poi and camera alerts on my tomtom all for free!
I have a map on there already as a trial, and got a few different key gens, but none seem to work. Will try a google search and see what that brings.barrabbas said:hi davey on the move try downloading a few versions of the map you want and theres a good chance one will work or download a keygen which is a smart little programme which generates a new key for you or do a google search for a new key. a bit of trial and error usually works in the end.
incidently i picked up a lady passenger recently who told me that she brought a navman sat nav kit and the thing clears its programmed route if she uses her mobile phone whilst driving and a friend of hers has the same problem.
navman could be one to avoid, although an honet citizen like me would never use a phone while driving:-]