Everyone now adays knows about the benifits of having a good GPS, but there are still so many questions.Should I get a installed GPS system in my car, a portable device, or just use a Global Positioning System-enabled app on my smartphone?
Since we know in many states txt messaging while driving has been outlawed, and we would hate to have you pulled over just because you where looking at directions via the GPS on your phone. And if you are like looking to be cost effective, like so much of the country, you should understand that dashboard GPS systems cost $1,500 to $2,000 per installation and although their hard disk space can be up to 30 GB, they don't generally deliver 10 times the functionality of a simpler, $100 portable unit.
Portable units such as the TomTom XXL 530 • S - Automotive GPS receiver are great particularly when traveling in an unfamiliar city, or busy in conversation with a passenger where you aren’t neccissiarly focused on the street signs. Portable units also have the ability to program them before you leave your house, the flexibility of allowing a passenger to re-program them during a drive, cheaper and simpler updating and the ability to take the unit wherever you go. Tibesti brings you the BEST GPS Products That Won’t Steer You Wrong!