I wish ALK CoPilot Laptop 8
(North America) used map data by NavTeq just like their European version does I believe, instead of the proprietary maps, which I have found to contain higher level of errors and omissions that I haven’t experienced in other products. I should put a disclaimer here, though: I only tested CoPilot in and around Toronto area. Users elsewhere, or outside Canada may have better experience with the product.
My personal #1 choice for in-car navigation is iGuidance
. There is almost nothing I can think of that could possibly be improved about this remarkably well designed piece of software.
I would not leave home without Microsoft Streets & Trips
either, though. I use both iGuidance and Streets & Trips daily at work while driving. I use each for its strengths. S&T is very inexpensive and anyone who travels a lot would be wise to get a copy.
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