Pros & Cons
We like the high-clarity HD display screen, which makes it easy to read the information at a glance without having to squint to get the data you need. However, the TomTom Truck Sat Nav GO Expert only offers screen sizes of 5, 6 and seven inches, which means that even the largest option at seven inches is small compared to other truck sat navs that offer larger screen displays.
We like that this model has powerful speakers for its size. The sound is crisp and easy to hear over the usual cab noise level while driving. The one gripe we had with the TomTom Truck Sat Nav GO Expert is that it needs to be kept upright at all times to maintain an optimal satellite signal.
We found an issue not directly with the sat nav itself but instead with one of its accessories. The sat nav comes with a Click-and-Drive mount that is supposed to attach to the windscreen. Customer feedback has reported that the sat nav mount would only stay connected to the windscreen for up to five minutes at a time. This isn’t a common problem across the board, but finding an alternative way to fix it on your windscreen may be necessary if this becomes an issue.