Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
I think you would be better off buying a Garmin or some other stand-alone GPS, rather than replacing the nav Disk you have, if you often travel where you need turn-by-turn directions. I have an iPhone and an iPad and I can't recall the last time I used the onboard sat-nav for guidance.
If you need something more robust than the iPhone maps app, go with a portable GPS. Most now come with lifetime traffic and map updates. Besides, the disks are expensive. I think the price for the current issue is around $200 dollars. A Garmin can be had for about half of that and no more update issues to boot. Cheers. Jorge
PS: welcome to the forum; if you haven't done it yet, go to the introduction thread and say howdy.
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Last edited by JeepJorge; 11-18-2012 at 07:58 AM.