I would be grateful for recommendations for a state-of-the-art satnav for motorhomes that can input the height, width, length, and weight, AND that can be switched between a) motorhome only and b) motorhome plus tow car (toad). It also needs to be able to EASILY navigate to an "address" which...
Very happy with my TomTom Go Camper, but no idea how it compares to the competition. I understand there’s only a very limited set (2?) of mapping data shared by all SatNav devices so probably best judged on the features it provides for accessing and manipulating that data and things like screen size, voice activation, traffic information, phone integration etc.
When my very expensive Garmin suddenly stopped working last year when I was travelling to Bradford-on Avon, I had to get another in a rush.
I found an Argos and bought the cheapest they had; this was a Binatone for £70. It has been surprisingly good, and so far, I have not replaced it. Do not exclude the cheapies!
We like our 6" TomTom mostly for all the POI's we have downloaded to it - and being able to see it easily in the middle of the dash.
Its easy to use and also cheap to repair - we've had our one 11 years
We have been very happy with our Aguri AGR720 that we've used for the last 5 years. We like the fact that it is a dedicated motorhome sat nav and that we can set it up with our vehicle dimensions to avoid, so far, narrow, twisty roads. It's all a personal choice though.