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allautotool   , 32

from New York

Ultimate GPS Guide

If you're new to the GPS game and you have no idea what to look for, I'm going to make it a little easier to hopefully let you find out what you want. If you feel you're not great with technology, don't worry about it! In fact, most people aren't that great when it comes to new things but when it comes to GPS systems, most of them are user friendly.

Looking at the friendliness - The first thing we want to look at is how friendly this GPS is for you. I would go to a local electronic store and test out the GPS units they have on display Autel MaxiPRO MP808TS. Play with the buttons, ask questions and see which one you like. You won't want to get one that's complicated if you're not familiar with them. When you find one you like, don't buy it just yet because you'll want to research the price online before you actually buy it.

Check out the options - The more you pay, the more options you're going to get. For example, a $400 unit is going to come with many options like voice recognition, traffic details, gas prices in your area and more. If you only spend around $100, you're not going to get any of this. The question you want to ask yourself is if you want all of these options.

The screen size - You wouldn't think the screen size is an important factor but it really is. If you're getting older and have bad eyesight, you're going to want to check out the screen while driving. You wouldn't want to squint while driving or look up close; this is just calling for disaster! Always make sure you get a device that has a screen that's good to view.

Is it portable? Are you looking to get a portable GPS or one you can install in your car? If you're going to ask me first, I'd say portable because you can take it car to car and it's cheaper. With a GPS unit that's going to be installed, you're looking at labor fees and the price is going to be a little bit more. When you do get a portable unit, make sure that you get the accessories that are recommended because you won't be able to mount it if you don't get them.

Look at the reviews online - The last thing you want to do is look for reviews online. The reason you'll want to look for reviews is because like anything, you want to make sure other people are happy with it. Go to major retailer websites and look at the star ratings. The higher the ratings are, the more likely I would purchase it.

With so many GPS units on the market, make sure that you follow the tips above to get the one you want. Most of the GPS units on the market are going to range anywhere from $99-$500 autointhebox discount code. Check out your local retailer online and offline and hopefully you'll find the unit you're looking for!

Find a car GPS system at FINDgascards.com/blog, where you can find GPS reviews, information and more of Tom's work.
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