Caravan and motorhome sat navs

Published in Caravan Guard News, Guides on   - 10 Comments

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  1. Mark Nash says:

    Remember, the systems work on the sizes relating to your unit or vehicle, so if those sizes enable access along a road, it will guide you along it, no matter how narrow that may be.
    Always consult a map.

  2. Paul Price says:

    The sat navs recommended here are all horrifically expensive. I’m surprised, therefore, not to see the Tom Tom Camper Tour in the list for those of us who just want a basic but reliable motorhome sat nav. Well recommended elsewhere.

  3. Chris says:

    No to any of the above Sat Navs.
    For me I chose a C & M Systems Sat Nav. I have no connection to this business only that I purchased their Motor Caravan Sat Nav with built in front dash camera and am delighted with it.
    Visit their website :- .uk
    Check out what you get for the price.
    The aftersales from the proprietor is absolutely first class.

  4. David says:

    Have owned and used a Tomtom Camper for years would not trust the in car system I have fitted.the only issue is where I can place it in my latest car (Lexus)

  5. Bruce Graham says:

    I’ve now had the Aguri for a couple of years and find it really good, also with the built in dash cam is helpful.

  6. Gordon Haigh says:

    Very informative. Explains everything I need toknow

  7. James Meecham says:

    I would expect the Discovery to support Apple Car-Play and the Android equivalent. Your phone is lying out of sight and connected to the car which displays on its screen any navigation app that supports this. Unfortunately this article doesn’t cover whether any of the apps it mentions support this.

  8. WebboUK says:

    I have a built in sat-nav system in my Discovery Sport LCD screen in the dash. I tow a caravan, and would like a sat-nav that takes this into account but don’t want another device stuck to my windscreen, when I have it nicely built into the dash (as do more and more cars these days).
    I wish manufacturers would produce/sell a sat-nav as downloadable software you could place onto a flash drive and plug into the in-car system rather than having another external device. Does anyone know if there is such a solution out there? Do Land Rover produce anything anyone know?

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