Thanks David. I'll be buying in the new year now, so not too late at
all. I do have an additional requirement though: I'll now be taking the
unit I buy to Croatia, so if anyone has any experience of Croatian
mapping, let me know.
David O'Shea wrote:
> I'm a bit late to this conversation, but just to say keep away from TomTom.
> Their new mapping is atrocious altogether. Garmin's old mapping was bare,
> but what was there was correct. Their new mapping is great (with the already
> mentioned caveat that it likes boreens).
>> TomTom's latest mapping however is full of roads that don't actually exist.
> In fact, it's so bad in some places as to be nearly useless.
>> On Nov 30, 2007 11:28 PM, adam <clug at perm.it> wrote:
>>> Lads, is GPS mapping up to scratch in Ireland yet? I remember a few
>> years ago people used to say the mapping was awful, but I get the
>> impression it's improved now? If it has, what's a good unit for a car in
>> the sub-200 category? (The unit, not the car.)
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