Navman T1 traffic module - £40 @ NavmanStores - HotUKDeals
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"Time is money! The ever popular T1 traffic module from Navman is available now for only £49.00 inc V.A.T.

You save time and £24.95. Now thats an offer you cannot afford to miss!
Use promo code traffic01."

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#1
Hello boowilkes, welcome to HUKD. I'll just add some more info to the thread title :)
#2
Thanks for the deal, but I can't get both codes to work at the same time, it seems to only apply one or the other bringing the price to ~£55 quid or £49. If anyone gets them both to work then I'd appreciate if you could let me know.

Cheers,

Brian.
#3
bjmcghee
Thanks for the deal, but I can't get both codes to work at the same time, it seems to only apply one or the other bringing the price to ~£55 quid or £49. If anyone gets them both to work then I'd appreciate if you could let me know.



I wouldn't bother trying Brian as it isn't worth £40!

The main problem is that the information that it receives is out of date by the time it gets it. Also it is difficult to evaluate how bad the incident is. Sometimes it advises you of things which will delay you a maximum of a couple of minutes.
#4
some good advice from stephen, iv just read that apart from its a nuisance to get it to set up its completely out dated info.
#5
I just got the Satnav F30, which is simply a F20 + T1.

The traffic module has had good reception in south London, Kent and along the m23 to Brighton. Unfortunately at times it tells you about a traffic jam only when you are already in the middle of it (or the other way round, it thinks one is still there once it's cleared).

You have the choice to let it reprogramme your route automatically, or to alert you about traffic problems. If you are driving on your own on the motorway when you are alerted you will not be able to check the traffic problem, (you need to touch the screen and read small print info) so the alerts will be useless.
I have not tried to let it change the route automatically, but I am not sure I could trust it.

I will keep using it for a while, and see how useful it turns out to be. So far it was not able to keep up with ever changing London traffic (and only works for large roads as long as I can tell, as it did not pick up a road being closed near where I live!).

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