Of course, if its a TomTom, that lifetime ends when TT decide you can't have any more free maps, because technology has moved on, new devices have more memory, and new maps won't fit on your old dinosaur.KevinBattle said:Many might say that you can now get super hand held satnavs with free lifetime maps, so why bother with an integral one that you will keep paying for?
crankup said:Google Maps Navigation is much better and the maps are always more up to date. By the time the £25 ones are released they're already a year old.
For 2016 owners without Android Auto, install Tucsy Auto on your phone and head unit as detailed in an earlier thread. Then use your fave app on your android phone and mirror it to the screen in your car
There is no direct charge for use, but your phone will use a lot ofdata so depending on your tariff could be expensive.Lancelot1937 said:You say "Google Maps + Android Auto seems a good way to go."
So is it free to use? I only put £3 on my phone every 3 years to keep it working and use rarely.