Tomtom MAP OF EUROPE - LATEST MAP £20 with code
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Found 19th May
Tomtom MAP OF EUROPE - LATEST MAP reduced from £49.99 to £20 using voucher code WDGB.
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If only Google would release something you could use for free.
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If only Google would release something you could use for free.
Why need to buy maps when Google maps and Apple maps are free and always updated
sam_of_london1 h, 25 m ago

Why need to buy maps when Google maps and Apple maps are free and always …Why need to buy maps when Google maps and Apple maps are free and always updated


If no Internet, what would you do?
I have here maps (free) as a backup
junk1525 m ago

If no Internet, what would you do?

junk151 h, 56 m ago

If no Internet, what would you do?


You can download the map of a journey.
Most tomtoms have free lifetime maps these days too anyway
Google maps are decent and are fine for the odd journey here at home

If you are in any way, serious about your travel, then you need to know that Google maps does not cut it

Me in Portugal using Google maps was a complete failure

1. It didn't have the street our accommodation was on...Just a blank nameless street on the map. Useless
2. It would give you destinations as right smack bang in the middle of busy dual carriageways with no option but to carry on to somewhere you are not intending to go. In my case that was many miles out

When I got home to the UK I checked TomTom Maps and it covered each of the above in detail and exactly as it would if you were travelling at home


Serious = TomTom
All other = Google maps
t3rm3y19th May

You can download the map of a journey.


But what would you do if no Internet available and you are in the middle of nowhere? Reason why people do purchase tomtom etc.
junk1522 h, 24 m ago

If no Internet, what would you do?


download the google map of the area that you are travelling within to your phone. (easy to do, just look in settings)
I have the TomTom Via 135.

Can I ask fellow members for some help. I get free lifetime maps - but speed camera updates are chargeable.

Does anybody know of any Speed Cam update deals available currently?

Also - does anybody have experience with the traffic management (TMS) accessory wire? It seems rather expensive from TomTom (£40).

As the topic discusses TomTom updates - I'm hoping my questions will help others thinking of upgrades.
Plenty of offline map apps which cost zero without paying every year for Tomtom maps. The roaming is free in EU and some mobile networks do a free roaming outside of EU if someone want to use the Google or online up-to-date maps
junk1519th May

But what would you do if no Internet available and you are in the middle …But what would you do if no Internet available and you are in the middle of nowhere? Reason why people do purchase tomtom etc.


I would ask how you got to the middle of nowhere in the first place
finnmaccool19th May

If only Google would release something you could use for free.



just buy an old tomtom that you can can put maps on it yourself,there are plenty of maps out there that you can download for free,just takes a bit of time and researching to get it done
MORE419th May

Google maps are decent and are fine for the odd journey here at homeIf you …Google maps are decent and are fine for the odd journey here at homeIf you are in any way, serious about your travel, then you need to know that Google maps does not cut it Me in Portugal using Google maps was a complete failure1. It didn't have the street our accommodation was on...Just a blank nameless street on the map. Useless2. It would give you destinations as right smack bang in the middle of busy dual carriageways with no option but to carry on to somewhere you are not intending to go. In my case that was many miles outWhen I got home to the UK I checked TomTom Maps and it covered each of the above in detail and exactly as it would if you were travelling at homeSerious = TomTomAll other = Google maps


we had the garmin satnav in spain last month with updated map and it was great. i used here map one time and we nearly crashed as it was telling us to turn left where you were not allowed to turn left! also the gps position on here map was slow so your car was always ahead of where here map thinks you are.

now i understand why you still need the satnav for navigation.
Hotmeal1 h, 16 m ago

I would ask how you got to the middle of nowhere in the first place


I got lost...
Edited by: "junk15" 20th May
Thx OP, was waiting for the next voucher to update the integrated Mazda navigation system. Did well not to spend £50.
£20 for a map update?? What a rip off!
I used standalone TomTom devices for many years but switched to TomTom navigation on my android phone about 5 years ago. Maps are updated every 3 months, speed cameras are included and it is £15 per year not discounted and occasionally £7.50 when discounted. You
Get a faster processor, better screen, better gps etc. Instead of spending £20 updating the map on a redundant TomTom, install the app to your phone and get a much better experience.
Lowtrawler37 m ago

I used standalone TomTom devices for many years but switched to TomTom …I used standalone TomTom devices for many years but switched to TomTom navigation on my android phone about 5 years ago. Maps are updated every 3 months, speed cameras are included and it is £15 per year not discounted and occasionally £7.50 when discounted. YouGet a faster processor, better screen, better gps etc. Instead of spending £20 updating the map on a redundant TomTom, install the app to your phone and get a much better experience.


It's still nice to have a seperate device though as you can then use your phone for music etc.
Picard12358 m ago

It's still nice to have a seperate device though as you can then use your …It's still nice to have a seperate device though as you can then use your phone for music etc.


Your phone can still be used for music etc whilst using TomTom.
Lowtrawler21st May

Your phone can still be used for music etc whilst using TomTom.


Not really. Sure, the music still plays but to skip tracks, adjust playlists etc, you need to switch from app to app and reach towards the device (which in my case is mounted close to the windscreen). None of that is a good idea from a safety perspective whilst driving.
Picard12353 m ago

Not really. Sure, the music still plays but to skip tracks, adjust …Not really. Sure, the music still plays but to skip tracks, adjust playlists etc, you need to switch from app to app and reach towards the device (which in my case is mounted close to the windscreen). None of that is a good idea from a safety perspective whilst driving.


Android auto does all this.
MORE419th May

Google maps are decent and are fine for the odd journey here at homeIf you …Google maps are decent and are fine for the odd journey here at homeIf you are in any way, serious about your travel, then you need to know that Google maps does not cut it Me in Portugal using Google maps was a complete failure1. It didn't have the street our accommodation was on...Just a blank nameless street on the map. Useless2. It would give you destinations as right smack bang in the middle of busy dual carriageways with no option but to carry on to somewhere you are not intending to go. In my case that was many miles outWhen I got home to the UK I checked TomTom Maps and it covered each of the above in detail and exactly as it would if you were travelling at homeSerious = TomTomAll other = Google maps


It must have been a one off in Portugal... I used to live there, currently visit regularly, and rely on Waze only for navigation.
Last I checked, Tomtom would take 1-2 years to update their maps. - This is for Cascais/Lisbon.
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