Advice on Sat Nav's

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  1. murphey3

    murphey3 Read Only Funster

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    Hope you all had a good Christmas. Would someone be able to advise on sat nav's, we are looking at the TomTom XXL because we only have a Starfire which is under 20' and don't think we need to pay the extra for HGV/RV Sat Nav. Has anyone had any experience with the XXL for European travel? A Happy New Year to you all. Steve & Pat
     
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    I inherited a Snooper s7000 Ventura, with my Voyageur, it's loaded with all the campsites, and so far I have been really pleased with it. Expensive new, but used on fleabay, not too bad!:Smile:

    Aside from that, I bought a Garmin for the car, as Which mag gave them the thumbs up. Best price from Halfords.:thumb:
     
  3. mentaliss

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    Best to use the search facility on this site, It has come up so many times I'm sure you will find the advice your looking for:thumb:
     
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    If you have an I-pad, why not consider downloading the "Tom Tom app" ?? It costs about £50 and was dream to operate.. Good luck and Happy New Year to all who read this.
    Mitch and Jenny.. :Smile:
     
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