Hmm. The spec on the We fit leisure page reads a bit like the Chinese cheapies on eBay, but at a much higher price.emma1977 said:Hi all
I've tried them all including the Garmin 760 which took me through the center of Nottingham when I had my article truck length of 40ft total length. Not very impressed at all.
I've just bought the Solrtronica Navigation multimedia unit. It does everything including WiFi and making a call. It has sim card option which is great cause it saves on mobile WiFi and I now use a gifgaf sim card for really cheap web. Its 7" full HD screen is brilliant. This one runs like a Tablet of the Android system and has cameras, Bluetooth and a whole lot more.
Check this out before you buyhttp://www.wefitleisure.co.uk/products/solrtronica-satellite-navigation-for-caravans-motorhomes
I've done 400mile with mine and its faultless.
I was confused then. When you said "The overnight parking is an app from App Stores" it read it as meaning that it was a download from Play Store (being an Android device).emma1977 said:I never had to add apps other than the my dash camera buddy which I downloaded myself.
We bought our first van in 2006 and I started the web site shortly afterwards.emma1977 said:ah ok, I think i know what you meant. Your website seems pretty good and could quite easily save people a lot of time if looking for an overnight location. How long have you been travelling?
Welcome to the forum, however the thread was started 6 years ago.If I were to go for any one of the three I have I would choose the Garmin Camper 760 LMT-D (as I said previously if I had nothing I would go for the 660 if still available in Aldi). The TomTom Pro Truck 5150 is pretty good but (like the Camper model they used to do) it is no longer available unless one happens to find old stock.