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chris short

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chris short says:

sat nav

can you advise on best sat nav for a bike and where to get one from

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  • Posted 8 years ago (14 March 2007 15:59)

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71bandit

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Apr 06

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71bandit says:

sat nav

Hi. Got my TomTom Rider from Halfords website for £250. This included a free car kit normally £30. It comes with everything you need; bluetooth headsets for car and helmet, multiple fixing kit for bike, scooters etc. Can be charged at home or run off your bike battery (cable included). You can also via bluetooth import your mobile phones address book and use it as a hands free kit in car and on bike. Easy to use and install. Recommended.

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