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Smartphone apps replace standalone GPS units

Standalone GPS units have become redundant.

Cameron Officer
Mon, 02 Jul 2018

The once familiar imprint of satellite navigation suction mounts on car windscreens is quickly becoming a thing of the past, as drivers turn to free navigation apps on their smartphones over standalone GPS units.

A decade ago satellite navigation units manufactured by the likes of TomTom and

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Cameron Officer
Mon, 02 Jul 2018
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