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Old 02-28-2007, 09:50 PM   #1
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portable gps/navigation

anyone have any experience with these? my friend has a tom tom and its pretty easy to use and relatively inexpensive. i was thinking of getting my dad one. (not for the bike)

any input would be appreciated.

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I've a Garmin Street Pilot 2620, and I've been through 2 trips with it last year. My friend and I drove from Houston to Las Vegas on the 2nd trip. And we drove from Vegas to San Francisco to Seattle to Vancouver back to Seattle on the 1st trip. It is a lifesaver because we would be spending hours finding the hotel we booked ahead of time.
I think the current version is 2820, and it has bluetooth capability.
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Old 02-28-2007, 10:42 PM   #3
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I have a Garmin Quest (I, not II) and I love it. It's slightly out-dated, but it does everything I need it to and I swap it out from bike to car. I even carry it in my purse in case I need anything (nearest gas station, ATM, restaurants, etc.)

It sits up on a RAM mount on the bike and is positioned perfectly in front of my tank bag and doesn't interfere with my view of the dash. In the car, I have a suction cup mount on the windshield and it plugs into the 12v.
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i have tomtom on my phone so far it works great for me! i have it mounted on my bike with a blue tooth gps receiver. i made my own bracket sits right under the windshield in a good view:icon_smil

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