Mount broke almost immediately, it can never figure out ...
16 November 2015
Summary: Mount broke almost immediately, it can never figure out where it is, constantly tries to drive me into fields, apparently requires a community update process so the maps aren't as accurate as something from the Lewis & Clark expedition. I should have stuck with Garmin.
Summary: I have used it three times since I purchased it.In two out of the three, this GPS could not take me to the exact address, It took me close but I had to resort to the Google maps app in my Android phone to fine tune the address and get there. It looks nice
Summary: Although it appears to work fine, there is no user guide available for this model. I contacted TomTom directly and they confirmed that there is nothing available to advise users how the thing works. Very disappointing.
Summary: I had a Garmin Nuvi that was run over by my car :) So decided to get the cool TomTom (with features like POI correction, celebrity voices etc.). Used it for 50 days, and ended up returning it. Here is why: 1. It doesnt show step-by-step text directions, which is VITAL for my needs.
Summary: I purchased this GPS in 2010, despite being advertised as the newest model from TomTom. It is actually modified European version. The GPS does not include the correct U.S map. I couldn't find a stress address that was on the map in 2006.
Summary: Buy this and you will be sorry, in an effort to make it easy to use they have virtually neutered it. All the normal features found on even the cheapest GPS units have been eliminated. No manual and can't be updated on the web because it's not even listed yet, all you get is "user error".