TOMTOM VIA 125: Plug & Go
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For your next road trip, don't leave the house without your car navigation system. With a sophisticated navigation system—in-dash or on top of it— you'll never have to struggle with confusing maps or unintelligible instructions ever again. It reduces driver stress too. Of course, commuters can't wish away the traffic jams, but some navigation systems monitor traffic to avoid chaos on the roads. After one car trip with the Dutch manufactured TomTom Via 125 navigation system, I was hooked!
This R18,990-a piece portable navigation device couldn't be simpler to use—just plug in and tap the touch screen. You will be on your way very quickly with its intuitive user interface. TomTom's updated maps feature all the monuments, chowks, parks or attractions you need to find your way. Wherever you need to be, search for the nearest landmark and let TomTom show you the route.
Designed for convenience, the device even lets you use your voice for many different tasks, such as entering addresses and making calls hands-free. One can navigate complex junctions with ease using advanced lane guidance. No wonder, driving with these more fuel-efficient routes saves you money as well as reducing your impact on the environment.
Car navigation systems are fast becoming one of the most popular mobile electronics items on the market. Making your journey as convenient as possible, a navigation system features turn-by-turn directions that are both audible and visible, technology that automatically redirects you if you miss a turn, and point-of-interest-mapping in case you need a bite to eat or are looking for the nearest ATM.
I firmly believe that portable navigation devices are must-haves these days, especially if you travel or drive frequently. There is no shortage of navigation devices on the market with prices ranging from the low of R7,000 to as high as R50,000. But buying a direction-giving device that fits your particular needs can be confusing unless you know precisely what to look for.
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