TomTom Truck Sat Nav GO Professional 6250 review
Buying any Sat Nav is an investment, which means that you are going to want to make sure that you get the very best for your money. One of the biggest plus points of TomTom as a brand is that it is incredibly easy to use. The screen sizes are big enough that you can clearly see what you are doing as well as the route and instructions that you need to follow.
The menus are also easy to navigate, and the processes that you need to follow are clear and simple. Of course, like with any form of Sat Nav, you are going to be able to make your own decisions on whether or not the route is always the best; there is only so much that it can do, and there are times when accidents happen without being picked up or that there are routes that are not quite the right one for you. This is particularly true if you are planning on making multi-drops, but it could be true for any Sat Nav out there on the market.
Being able to link up to your phone and smart assistant is also hugely beneficial as this keeps you safe whilst you are driving but still allows you to be in touch with the real world. It is also customisable for your vehicle, which helps you to ensure that you plan your routes properly and that you stick to the right roads that are going to match your own restrictions.
Any bad points?
TomTom can be a little buggy in its performance, but it is one of the best on the market, and this is reflected in the quality of the build as well as the software that is inside. The added WiFi functionality is a huge helping hand when it comes to updating and making sure that everything is 100% up to date.
It might be an expensive option, but you should always see TomTom as an investment. Not only will be work really well now, but it will also be able to last you some length of time too. Making it money well spent.