Summary: I actually enjoyed using the Motorola MOTONAV TN20 GPS Navigator. It is a great and easy to use device. However, the biggest drawback is that you are allowed to update the maps stored on the GPS device only ONCE under warrantee - and then never again - or not at all if you are outside of the warrantee. I updated my maps immediately on the day I bought/received the GPS and then was never able to update them again.
Summary: I received this as a gift within the last year. It worked acceptably, but the software update eliminated half its usefulness, and then Motorola gave up on supporting this product and ceased to make updates available. The one software update I installed was fine-- bought a SIM card just for this use-- and with some notable useful benefit to the map itself, but it also took away the original ability to save my "home" location.
Small and missing a lot of features that the others have
Jeff Johnson "Jeff Johnson", Amazon
9 December 2009
Summary: There is nothing wrong with the Motorola GPS. Its very light weight, small with a 3.5" x 2" screen. It has plenty of features like search catagories (fuel, hotel, shopping and so on), enter names of businesses to search, favorite places with catagories and of course enter an address. First I'll start with the good stuff: You can navigate your way by the shortest time or shortest route. You can even create detours. That is a nice feature.