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    TOMTOM GO 520 Sat Nav

    I bought this sat nav in late 2008 and used it a couple of times a week when working as a volunteer ambulance driver. I averaged 600 to 900 miles a week
    but in September 2009 I retired and for 8 months the Tomtom has sat by my
    PC in the USB 2 charger just looking at me !

    The speed camera position knowledge must have saved me many pounds in strange towns when travelling the UK.

    Also included is the Tomtom RDS-TMC Traffic Receiver which warns of any possible hold up on your route.

    All the usual bits :- Car charger, USB docking station, windscreen mount etc.

    All in perfect condition and ready to go for offers around 90

    Brianm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brianm View Post
    I bought this sat nav in late 2008 and used it a couple of times a week when working as a volunteer ambulance driver. I averaged 600 to 900 miles a week
    but in September 2009 I retired and for 8 months the Tomtom has sat by my
    PC in the USB 2 charger just looking at me !

    The speed camera position knowledge must have saved me many pounds in strange towns when travelling the UK.

    Also included is the Tomtom RDS-TMC Traffic Receiver which warns of any possible hold up on your route.

    All the usual bits :- Car charger, USB docking station, windscreen mount etc.

    All in perfect condition and ready to go for offers around 90

    Brianm
    Hi Brian,
    does it have telephone hands free? if so I'll have it

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    Don't know if this helps?

    http://www.tomtom.com/phones/compati...hp?deviceId=19

    willie_gunn
    O wad some Power the giftie gie us to see oursels as ithers see us!

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    If not - I'm not bothered about the phone tie up and would be interested.
    Thanks
    Nick

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    I have one of these, and you can use hands free via bluetooth on the Tom Tom and your phone, providing your phone has blue tooth of course.

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