However it is still unclear whether the lifetime speed cameras and traffic apply to world maps or just Australian maps.It just wouldn't feel like Tom Tom if there wasn't some obscure up-sell lurking behind the scenes somewhere.JB Hi FI has them in stores but not yet on their websites. Used a friend's Tom Tom VIA 220 yesterday to get to a place somewhere in the CBD and I was extremely impressed by the lane guidance and clear, simple audio instructions – it made the journey so simple and stress free which is the polar opposite experience to using HERE Maps/Drive on my Windows Phone.
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Looks like these still don't even have basic voice commands yet !! Then there's the Speed Cameras subscription, which at least appears to have become lifetime on 6000's. It's just the usual suction cup with ~3" arm to a 360deg ball joint, to magnet latched clip for the GPS.
My Via's mount also worked on both, but ball wasn't 360 - the GPS just sensed it's orientation and rotated the display accordingly. only 3 months speed camera, new model is lifetime edit: Opps turns out CCs Pack was right.
Which when I'm already in the car connects to hands free (stereo) and sometimes a smartwatch, so I was pretty sure it wouldn't be very reliable to add yet another device on.
No other GPS offered stand alone live traffic other than some older tomtoms that had built in sim cards.
This is to maximize my view through the windshield.
Since I was pretty happy with my current garmin I was going to get another one (was looking at the nuvi 2589 LMT) however, one of the major things that turned me off of it was that the standalone lifetime traffic meant using suna, or having to use bluetooth to link to your smartphone.
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