Buying Your First Car GPS Navigation System

I remember a time when the only help you had on the road was your trusty map. Well the good news is that you no longer have to fight with the map every time you want to go somewhere new. Now you can just go out and buy a GPS system to help you find your way around town. There are lots of different GPS navigation systems out there so you have to be sure that you get the one that is right for you. Some can help you avoid traffic, and others can help you choose the shortest route to where you need to go. Either way you will love your new personal driving assistant.

Pioneer AVIC-F900BT GPS Navigation Receiver

Pioneer AVIC-F900BT GPS Navigation Receiver

I am not a big fan of using maps, and I guess that is because I am not good reading them. However, after I went out and got me a new GPS navigation system I never had to use another map again. These little wizards that sit in your car with you make sure you get to where you need to go without ever having to look at a map. You just put in the location of where you want to go, and it will take you there.

TomTom XL 330 Portable Navigator

TomTom XL 330 Portable Navigator

There are many great uses for GPS systems, however, the best one is to get to point A to point B fast and without any other help. However, there are some GPS systems that have ways of allowing you to avoid traffic. These little guys scout ahead to see if a road is blocked, and then it picks the fastest way to go. Another great thing about some of them is that it can help you keep track of where your teen is. This way you always know where they are, no more guess work.

When you are ready to take the guess work out of guessing then you know it’s time to get a GPS system. Now these have come a long way since when they first came out. They are a lot smaller, and they are a lot better. However, the really good ones are still going to cost you a lot of money. If you do not feel like you need one of the top of the line ones then you can spend less money and get a more down to earth one.

Garmin nuvi® 885T Portable Navigator

Garmin nuvi® 885T Portable Navigator

If you are looking to blow away your friends then you have to get one of the in dash GPS systems. These little personal assistant guys pop right out of your dash and then go back down again when you are not using it. Not only does this keep your dash free of junk, but then also no one knows you have a GPS system. After all, everyone is looking for one. Why show the world that you have one just sitting in your car like that?

TomTom GO 730T Portable Navigator

TomTom GO 730T Portable Navigator

Finding the right GPS system for you can be an all day job. However, I think that the best thing to do is look online first. This way you can get a few reviews about the GPS system before you buy it. Getting the one that is right for you is going to be worth the extra time you spent looking into it. Also, if you choose to look for it online you may be able to save money. After all, you can always get things for a better price online. So no more driving around aimlessly. Get yourself a GPS system. Your wife will be happy you did.

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  1. Posted September 13, 2009 at 11:51 pm |

    I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


  2. Alex Penn
    Posted November 18, 2009 at 3:11 am |

    HI ,

    We are a taxi company Hummingbird Cars in London. We provide Airport Transfer service from all london airports.
    We have recently started our new business and we require to buy Car navigation system or Tom Toms for our taxis . Can anyone suggest which type of navigation system and company is the best and where we can get the best deals.

    Thank you

  3. Agus Badri
    Posted December 16, 2009 at 9:37 pm |

    GPS Navigation is very suitable for use, for people who like traveling, because it is very helpful in perjalanana that will go.

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