Tom Tom Sat Nav

Insurance premiums could fall with monitoring sat nav

Monday, February 20th, 2012

It has been revealed that satellite navigation giant TomTom  has signed up with Motaquote insurers to bring a new monitoring sat nav to market, which could help drivers to cut car insurance costs.

As most drivers are only too well aware, the cost of insurance cover has soared over recent years, making it more and more difficult for drivers to run and maintain their vehicles. The cost of cover has become crippling for some drivers, particularly younger drivers with less experience on the road. However, there could be some good news for those who are prepared to take steps to reduce their car insurance cover.


Conflict of interests mean Clarkson sat nav deal is scrapped

Monday, November 7th, 2011

It has been revealed that a deal between sat nav manufacturing giant Tom Tom and the BBC has been scrapped due to conflict of interests arising over one of its big stars voicing a sat nav.

There are many sat nav systems that use the voices of stars to tell us which direction to take, bringing a novelty factor to these satellite navigation systems and making them a little more appealing compared to some of the sat navs that use the standard, sometimes droning, voices that are more likely to send us to sleep than to send us in the right direction.


TomTom to get valuable data from Highways Agency for consumers

Friday, August 12th, 2011

Satellite navigation system giant TomTom is to be fed important traffic updates direct from the Highways Agency, which will keep road users better informed.

It has been reported that the satellite navigation giant TomTom is to be fed information from the Highways Agency which will then allow consumers to get access to valuable road traffic information when they are on the road. The up to date information will come from all major roads and motorways across England and will keep road users far better informed whilst they are out and about.

Drivers will enjoy many benefits with the TomTom One IQ Routes regional

Friday, March 5th, 2010

For drivers that want a high quality sat nav device from a well known and reputable manufacturer the TomTom One IQ Routes regional could prove ideal.

Many drivers these days couldn’t imagine trying to get around without their trusty sat nav device, and the excellent choice of sat nav systems out there from a wide range of manufacturers means that drivers are able to find the ideal system to suit their needs and pockets. Amongst the systems available these days is the TomTom One IQ Routes regional, and this is a high quality sat nav device that could prove ideal for many drivers.

Affordable sat nav launched for GPS novices

Friday, October 9th, 2009

Satellite navigation system giant TomTom has recently launched a new entry level sat nav that is targeted towards those that are relatively new to sat nav technology as well as those that are on a budget.

With sat nav devices available in all shapes and sizes there is something to suit most drivers in the UK these days. However, the cost of a sat nav can be quite high depending on which model and make you choose, and for some people having a sat nav is not viable in the current financial climate due to the cost of the devices.

Sat nav car kit will be around £100

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

Sat nav giant Tom Tom has announced the pricing of its iPhone car kit, and iPhone users with the sat nav application will be able to get hold of this kit for just under one hundred pounds

Following the release of the Apple iPhone sat nav application, satellite navigation giant has released an iPhone car kit, and it has recently announced the UK pricing for this kit. The company has stated that the sat nav iPhone car kit will cost just under one hundred pounds, and with the run up to Christmas already having started it could enjoy seeing impressive sales levels as consumers buy the kits for themselves and for loved ones.

New GO x50 LIVE released by TomTom as their flagship Satnav

Monday, September 7th, 2009

Three new satnav models that provide a range of new capabilities and include all the features of previous models have been announced by the satellite navigation company TomTom.

Included as standard in all these new models are HD Traffic, which measures the UK’s average road speeds by tracking Vodafone users, fuel prices, safety camera alerts and also TomTom’s IQ Routes technology.

TomTom sat nav drivers can drive to the voice of Homer

Friday, June 19th, 2009

Simpsons fans that use sat nav devices in their vehicles will be pleased to know that TomTom has now launched a new Homer Simpson voice to help guide you to your chosen destination.

Since sat nav systems hit the mainstream market manufacturers have tried different ways to jazz them up and make them stand out more, including using a range of celebrity soundalike voices to guide drivers to their chosen destinations. However, one sat nav manufacturing giant, TomTom, has now decided to try something a little different, which will come as good news for drivers that are also fans of the hit cartoon series, The Simpsons.

TomTom sees sales figures crash

Friday, April 24th, 2009

Leading satellite navigation device manufacturer, TomTom, has recently reported disappointing sales figures resulting from the recession.

Over recent years TomTom has become a household name in the UK and other countries, with many drivers opting for TomTom satellite navigation devices for their vehicles. With the popularity of sat nav devices having soared over the years, TomTom and other leading manufacturers of these devices have enjoyed strong sales figures and increased profits, with many drivers rushing to buy the latest models for their vehicles.

TomTom sat nav helped drivers through bad weather

Friday, February 13th, 2009

The recent cold snap seen in the UK has resulted in plenty of snow and huge traffic jams, but many TomTom sat nav users have managed to avoid these jams.

As is usually the case in the UK once the snow comes along traffic seems to come to a stand still, adding hours onto the journeys of some drivers and causing chaos on the roads. However, it seems that during the recent bad weather many drivers using TomTom sat nav devices have managed to avoid many of the traffic jams as a result of using this advanced technology.