Updating tomtom go
When purchasing the Tom Tom Go Live Camper & Caravan GPS you do get a 90 day map guarantee that allows you to download the latest map edition for free within the first 90 days of activating your GPS.This now puts the total cost of ownership to around £100 per year if you have the Go Live 12 month subscription (£45) and the 12 month map update (Approx.It also sports European maps with lifetime updates, as well as a lifetime subscription to Tom Tom’s highly capable Traffic service, which, like the GO 600, requires a mobile data connection from your smartphone.Tom Tom clearly intends to use its Traffic trump card as much as possible, and it’s incredible that you can now get a lifetime of service even in the sub-£150 GO 40 model, as well as the GO 60 we have here and the GO 50 in between.The power adapter is a two-part affair, with a plug for the cigarette lighter and separate USB cable, which can be used for PC connectivity as well.
The GO 60 doesn’t have the quick-release mount of the premium models.
£50 depending on offers) I made the assumption that the map updates would be priced around the same level as my old Tom Tom 760.
The original App you download and install has not changed much as far as the user interface is concerned, there have been some changes ‘behind the scenes’ however.
Straight out of the box, it's clear that Tom Tom has a new direction in mind for its sat nav range, employing a distinctly different chassis to what has gone before along with a new mounting system.
The large device eschews the straight lines of previous models, preferring to go for a curvier design that is somewhat reminiscent of the Nexus range of tablets.