My 10 year old Tom Tom is getting tired so I'm looking for some advice on a GPS purchase.
I don't need a ton of bells and whistles.
Lifetime map updates would be nice.
Looking to keep it below $120ish.
Domino's donÂt fall all at once, they fall one at a time...
Garmin is good. I've had one for about 2 years now. No complaints. You can program way points, warnings, points of interest and others into it from your computer if you wish (with free program). Lots of stuff on the net for them too. I have all the red light cams in North America programmed into mine. It starts giving you a warning when you get within 1 Kilometer of one.