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Buying a GPS Navigation System in your budge


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« on: June 12, 2012, 09:28:08 am »

One thing we can be sure of these days is thereís no reason to get lost unless you want to. Modern technology has made this possible by introducing a global navigation satellite system which was primarily used for defense purposes in the USA and now being used by almost everyone to help them navigate around traffic and to reach oneís destination taking the shortest possible route. 

This is a very useful device that can be hand held, mounted, inbuilt or portable depending on the purpose and vehicle it is used in. Purchasing a GPS navigator however needs careful consideration in view of there being a variety of them with   different features and prices.  If youíre new to the device, its best to select one thatís user friendly because some of them require a lot of learning and mastering before you can use them.  Some GPS navigators allow upgrades that are affordable while certain models are so full of information that you might just as well be lost before you are able to understand the working of your tracking device.

When choosing GPS Navigation system there are a few guidelines to be followed. The price you pay for your device can be anything from $200 to thousands of dollars depending on its in built features and brand name. Therefore itís advisable to set your budget before you start looking for a suitable device.  You must decide whether you need a Ďno frillsí device that can navigate you through traffic or an advanced system that comes with state of the art features such as tracking devices, DVDís, hands free use, 2 way communicators etc. which would obviously cost you a tidy sum. 

If youíre really confused about brand names, try to remember Tom Tom GPS and Garmin GPS both of which are leading the market in GPS navigation.  Both have very competitive features with the Tom Tom GPS being preferred by those looking for a less costly device while the affluent preferring   the Garmin GPS which has a wider range of features than the other. Both brands vary in systems, navigational capabilities and in price and unless youíre really tech savvy, its best to buy one thatís easy to read and is not very complicated.

Drivers of heavy vehicles however might prefer to use the Megellan GPS which comes with an extra large display screen and CoPilot software while providing special features such as a reversing camera jack, multi destination routing, highway lane arseisting feature and the capacity for route optimization which is very useful to minimize fuel. It also has a Ďone touchí   menu to which you can add your favorite cafť or rest room while also providing maps of all 50 states in the USA.  The Megallan GPS system is also considered the ideal navigator for SUVís and can inform the driver about traffic jams and accidents on the route heís taking while also suggesting the routes he can take to arrive at his destination soonest.

While each GPS navigation system has its own pros and cons itís not easy to recommend a specific GPS navigator because the needs of everyone are not the same. It is therefore advisable for the individual concerned to focus on the more critical components of the GPS system, especially its map reading accuracy and buy one that suits his needs best.


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