I'm real lucky in that regard. When I first met Sue I was driveing a vette,
she learned real quick that it was travel light or not at all. To this day
whether it is a QC or a vette, it is one bag and a couple of drinks and
Geeeezzzeee don't mention "weigh" to the rabbit, it sends him right off the
Well, we really didn't have a portability issue and we each already had a
It helps that our notebooks are sort of mini's and don't take up much room..
Sure like seeing the maps on that 10" screen, though..
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TomTom is less expensive, but you get what you pay for.
Garmin Nuvi 350 or higher. You won't be sorry.
Magellan is good also, but I'm partial to the Garmin.
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I have the Mopar REC Navigation system. I prefer factory fit indash
that works with my Sirius and wheel controls. Works great but dunno
about White Castle as thankfully we have none here. Those things are
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