$150 for a Garmin (that you can use in your other car and in friend's cars and in rental cars) or $1500 for one that's built into the car and is a pain in the neck to upgrade the maps.Let me think about that for a while.--Peter <== who is very happy with his Magellan GPSPS - They don't have to be kept charged. Just plug them into the power outlet in your car. My old GPS won't hold a charge at all, but still works just fine when plugged in. And the new one has to be plugged in to get traffic info. The charge cable is also the antenna to pick up the radio signals.
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