GPS – The Best of the Best
The advancements in satellite GPS systems to keep you on track have been amazing. No more scratching down directions on a napkin, only to still end up lost. You can now seamlessly navigate around the country, like you really know where you are going. The onset of GPS technology has surely frustrated a lot of women, who can no longer complain about how their husbands get lost and don’t ask for directions. With a good GPS in your ride, you can avoid the hassle and stress of getting lost and driving around in circles for hours. You have a lot to choose from these days when it comes to buying a GPS.
Here are a few of the recommended best GPS systems.
- The Tom-Tom One – Easy to use and attractive, the Tom-Tom One is among the most popular of the GPS systems on the market. And for good reason, they work well and provide great directions to get you where you need to be.
- The Magellan Maestro 3100 – Magellan has been a big name in the GPS business for years. The Maestro 3100 is simple to work with and very compact. Less pricey than the Tom-Tom One, the Maestro offers solid directions that will help you get where you’re going on time. There have been some complaints of this model freezing up, so keep that in mind.
- The Garmin Nuvi 660 – Rounding out the top of the Big Three names in the GPS market is Garmin. Once the top of the heap when it came to GPS technology, Garmin is still a contender with the Nuvi 660. The Nuvi is a bit pricey, but offers a beautiful design as well as excellent features like text-to-speech capabilities and traffic options. This system costs more, but Garmin is known for putting out great GPS products.
There are GPS systems to fit nearly every budget. You don’t have to get lost anymore. If you’re driving across the country this summer, or going on some long weekend trips, you won’t have to worry if you pick up one of these great little systems to be your navigator. And you won’t have to pull those big gas station maps out of your glove box either.
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