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Description TomTom knows that great in-car navigation relies on the best quality map. To keep enjoying fast and accurate navigation, your map needs to stay up to date. For the life of your product, you can downlo... more

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Review of TomTom RIDER GPS receiver 1GC0.013.00

Satisfactory

It gets you to your destination... eventually, minimum expectation of Sat Nav to be honest

Pretty much everything except what has been kept from the old model.

...The TomTom Rider series is sat nav for motorcyclists - so I've been using the TomTom Rider V2, the model this is replacing. Naturally I expected this would be a nice improvement with some good new features. The lane navigation system shown in the main picture here looks like a great idea... Well worth the £230 or so I would spend on it. Not so. The day comes when the box arrives - those of us...

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Review of Tomtom One

Super

Voice directions. Fairly cheap. Warns you about speed cameras.

Maps can go out of date. Map updates not free. Satellite reception can vary

...reset it by poking a pin into the reset button hole. That fixed it. That aside, I've not had any other problems with mine. ACCESSORIES I've previously owned a RDC traffic receiver (about £15), which is an official TomTom accessory. This is an aerial, which plugs into the TomTom Go, which enables traffic updates. With this, it shows me where there is heavy traffic. Unfortunately, every...

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Review of Traffic (DVD)

Excellent

“Triffic traffic”

published 22/02/2001

Brilliantly directed, and acted, well-paced

None

...“Traffic” is a film that I most definitely want to see again. It’s well over 2 hours long, and there is so much going on it, a bit like in Altman’s “Short cuts”, or even “Time Code” (where there’s the added similarity of documentary-style hand-held camerawork), so I’d be sure to pick up on details I hadn’t noticed t...

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