Summary: I live in San Jose Ca..This is a big city TomTom riders map does not cover any of the streets down town that start with E, such as E Santa Clara st... none of these streets show up leaving out a huge section of town how bogus is that.
Summary: I bought this unit primarily for use with my motorcycle with occasional use on my car. Although TomTom advertises a "car kit" which includes a speaker, suction mount and a 12v plug, it is not available.
Summary: The device came fast enough and installed easily enough. Sadly it consistently loses the bluetooth connection to the brand new Scala Rider Q3 that I had to buy after it kept losing the Bluetooth connection to the Scala Rider Q2s that I already had.
Summary: I've owned a Rider for three years, and until recently really liked it. The device is easy to use, the maps are reliable, and I've found the resolution to be as good as one can expect for a device that is used in bright sun. The problem?
Summary: When TomTom came out with a bluetooth GPS unit for motorcycle, I was excited about going wireless. However, I've found some disappointing features, which include: inadequate volume of the bluetooth headset, lack of software support for my Blackberry 8703e and Motorola V710 phones, poor quality, poor...
Summary: i have a garmin quest fitted to my bike but recently had the chance to use a tomtom rider for a few days. they do not compare. considering the rider is twice the price, it is no more glove friendly than the quest, and the bluetooth feature is a complete pain. why no simple headphone socket?
Summary: I have just purchased one of these and assumed at the price it would be all- singing all - dancing. However, I am very disappointed with it in that compared to the Garmin it is severely lacking. It appears to me that to bring the spec up to that of the Garmin would be a very expensive business.