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    Senior Member fizzy's Avatar
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    Phone as GPS-20150327_191502-jpg

    This was the old setup I had o my original 2014 mt09 works well got a mt09sp now with the x grip setup if you're interested I can post a picture tomorrow

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    I have an Ultimate addons tough case with a waterproof socket connected directly to the battery (comes with a switch to turn on/off)

    I use waze all the time, gives you traffic updates, speedcams, police, accidents, will direct you to another route due to accident/traffic, etc

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    Have you used it abroad ?

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    Might try WAZE for a while, seems to get a few good responses.

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    Yes used Waze In the Uk, France and Australia. Never missed a trick and would highly recommend.

    With the current EU deal, you should be allowed to ROAM abroad - essentially use the 3/4g on your phone at no added cost part of your monthly allowance

    Honestly, I have used Copilot (very good), Google Maps (ok), Tomtom and Waze is by far the best! However, if you want to plan a road with multiple stops then Waze doesn't allow it, it's conception is to give you the best option to go from A to B depending on the status of the road (gets its data from all the users around the world, and also feeds from Google Maps app installed on Android/Iphone)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetthdevil View Post
    I have an Ultimate addons tough case with a waterproof socket connected directly to the battery (comes with a switch to turn on/off)

    I use waze all the time, gives you traffic updates, speedcams, police, accidents, will direct you to another route due to accident/traffic, etc
    I am going to give waze a go thanks for the tip

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    I've used Calimoto on 2 trips this year, Luxembourg/Germany in May and just got back from the Vosges on Monday. Excellent app and easy to plan.

 

 

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