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TomTom ONE 125


Looking at this Sears flyer for Black Friday, it appears TomTom might have a new device up their sleeve, the TomTom 125. Of course there already is a TomTom ONE 130s which begs the question about the differences– if in fact this model really does exist. It is listed with “USA” maps which if taken literally might mean it is the first TomTom device in North America that doesn’t come with maps of Canada. We also see the product in some of the inventory systems of Target, Staples, PC Connection, and the like so it looks legit. We’ll keep our eyes open and ears peeled. Photo below.
TomTom ONE 125

209 Responses

  1. I just got the 125 for Christmas. I’ve entered some destinations in that I know how to get to, but the directions the 125 gives aren’t the best directions (making a 4 hr trip into a 5 hr trip). I’ve played around with the the preferences, but nothing seems to help. Does anyone have any suggestions to fix this problem.

    Adam - December 29th, 2008
    • You won’t always agree with the route picked. Some of the higher models with IQ Routes help quite a bit, but otherwise just go the way you prefer or add a via point to the route.

      Tim - December 29th, 2008
  2. WE travel to Canada occasionally. Any chance tt will have Canadian maps available in the future? I have a GPS in my new Dodge truck and the tt sounds like it is much easier to use.

    Anybody tried it on back country roads for hunting and fishing? My wife need backtrack capeabilities when she is out on HER four wheeler cuz she is not navigation savvy

    Grant - December 31st, 2008
    • Maps of Canada are currently available that can be added to the device, they are about $60 right now. However the TomTom ONE 130 also exists which is identical to the 125 except it also has maps of Canada.

      Tim - December 31st, 2008
    • I tried it hunting yesterday.. I have the “Ozzy Ozborne” voice set on mine (free download – do a google search for tomtom voices, cars, etc..).. I turned the voice off so it wouldnt come on in the middle of hunting.. They definately could make it easier for you to add trails and such on maps.. It is nearly impossible unless you just put markers.. Perhaps from the rubbing around in my pocket, the voice turned itself back on.. As I sit in my ground blind waiting for a buck to come around I hear “You have reached your freakin destination” in ozzy’s voice, nice and loud.. So yes, it will show you on the map where u are, and you can put markers on it, but I am yet to see how you can make trails and such on it for these purposes..

      Cain - December 31st, 2008
      • It isn’t designed for that at all. It is designed for street navigation, not outdoor navigation.

        Tim - December 31st, 2008
  3. I received the TT125 and the Navigon 2100. Any input regarding the better of the two? Thanks

    Rob - December 31st, 2008
  4. In addition to the maps, another difference between the TT125 and TT130 is the TT130 has a compass, which I find helpfull. My car didn’t come with a compass.

    Jake - January 2nd, 2009
  5. At the bottom left hand corner the 125 does have a little “compass” that points to north.

    John - January 2nd, 2009
  6. I’ve read all your great posts and find your insights to be most helpful. I’ve just received the TT 125 as a gift (with gift receipt) and have been thinking of taking it back to get an upgraded unit. If I get another TT, I’m thinking either the 130S or the One XL330S. If I get a Garmin Nuvi, choices are a 205/205W or 350 (refurbished). I travel somewhere every week and while the text to speech function would be a nice feature, I think it’s something that I could do without. So, if I’ve not totally confused everyone, I’m hoping to get some advice on whether or not to upgrade, and then when to buy if I do. Thank you for your valuable insights.

    Dom - January 2nd, 2009
  7. I bought my TomTom One 125 about a week ago. It has a map version of 8.014 I see that TomTom has a new map version 8.15.

    I guess my question is after paying $99 for the TomTom they want you to pay another $60+ to get the latest maps???

    John - January 3rd, 2009
    • TomTom’s latest map guarantee allows you to receive an updated map (if one becomes available) within 30 days of purchase.

      Tim - January 3rd, 2009
  8. Tim,

    I tried that today, and it say’s I have the latest map. Why would the version’s be different? Or am I looking at something else?


    John - January 3rd, 2009
    • You might try calling support with the version number your device is reporting. There are times when the HOME software incorrectly reports you have the latest version.

      Tim - January 3rd, 2009
  9. My tomtom home says my maps are up to date, but there are roads in my area that were built about 2 years ago and tomtom does NOT acknowledge them, does that mean I have to buy the 50$ maps? I got my tomtom last week.

    Brenden - January 4th, 2009
    • If you have the latest maps then purchasing a new map would just give you the same map. 2 years is quite recent in terms of mapping– it can sometimes take several years for new roads to appear in GPS devices.

      Tim - January 4th, 2009
      • Thanks, problem is im a police recruit in a new fast growing community and half of the city is not even on my tomtom lol, oh well guess i’ll have to learn the city the old school way :(

        Brenden - January 4th, 2009
    • I have to tell you all, speaking honestly. I am not an employee of any GPS company. I have had a garmin 350 nuvi for about 2 years. I just bt the tt one 125 for my wife and I hate it. It does not have test to speech. This is very usefull. Finding points of interest is very bad, as it tells you how far they are away from you, but does not tell you what direction they are in. Restaurants are not broken down by category, eg american, chinese, italian, etc.

      All in all, to help you all out: Dont bother with this unit just to save a few bucks. In your lifetime if you spend an extra $100 to get a garmin or a better model than the 125, it wont kill you, but it will make you much happier and your life better. I am planning in putting the POC back in the impossible to open plastic container it comes in and take it back to staples.

      alan - January 4th, 2009
      • I have a garmin and it is not very good. takes me on routs that are way off what would be common knowledge to use. I say this because I tested it on a Highway I travel often and know well. I’ve checked all the settings and it still takes me the long way on almost every trip. I get there but it takes me out of the way. i have it set to shortest routs. Its the garmim WT or something

        David - June 18th, 2010
  10. I had given a TomTom to my daughter in Canada. i had used it for a trip through the U.S. and had no trouble. I am Now vacationing in Southern Texas where a TomTomONE125 is on sale [deleted]. The add claims it is loaded with Canada and USA maps. I don’t want to get home and find I have something that doesn’t work. Any help would be appreciated.

    Fred - January 4th, 2009
    • As far as I have been told the 125 doesn’t come with maps of Canada. However TomTom has an identical model that does include maps of Canada, the TomTom ONE 130.

      Tim - January 4th, 2009
    • Fred,

      I have the TomTom One 125. It does NOT come with the maps for Canada loaded, but you can download them and install them.

      John - January 4th, 2009
      • I am looking at the add and it calls for the tomtom one 125 with preloaded USA/Canada maps.I will check the store tomorrow. Anyone experiencing false claims on the packaging,

        Fre - January 4th, 2009
      • Bought a TomTom 3rd edition. Very happy with it and it does have the maps of Canada /US preloaded. No sure of the differences beside that but I was just looking for the basics. So anything I find with be a bonus…Thanks for all the help…..

        Fred - January 7th, 2009
  11. I had given a TomTom to my daughter in Canada. I had used it for a trip through the Sataes and had no trouble. I am now vacationing in Southern Texas where a TomTom ONE125 is advertised as loaded with maps of Canada and the United States.I don’t want to get home and find I have something that I can not use…Any help would be appreciated.

    Fred - January 4th, 2009
  12. I was given the 125 as a Christmas gift. My family took a trip from NY to DC on Dec 26 and got there quicker that we have ever gotten there before (we go there about two times a year to see family). I didn’t bring anything for backup (Google map, Mapquest…). No problems and it worked like a charm. This is the first GPS that I have EVER used and I am completely satisfied with it. I highly recommend it to first-time users (pros will have to comment on their own).

    James - January 4th, 2009
  13. Hi, lots of great information here. Thanks. My question is: can I load western European maps onto the 125 (I’d reluctantly purhase them). Also, can I buy a tt pre-loaded with w. european maps? Thirdly, would it be better to buy the Portugal/Spain maps for staying in Portugal, or the w. european ones that cover all of europe. In other words, do the w. european ones really focus in on individual countries. Thanks :)

    gillian - January 5th, 2009
    • You can load the maps, although you will have to backup and remove the existing maps to make enough room. The 900 series includes both North America and Europe on the device, has a widescreen, text to speech, and quite a few other goodies.

      Tim - January 5th, 2009
  14. Besides Canada map,what’s difference between TomTom one 125 and TomTom one Third Edition.
    I would like to get one GPS,but cannot decide which one?
    Anybody can help me?

    Wendy - January 6th, 2009
  15. All,

    This is a great GPS if you just plan to stay in the US. I have three GPS’s right now and this one is extremely user friendly if you are a PC User. I am a Mac person and I found out quickly that it doesn’t play seamlessly with OS X. There are a couple of things you have to set up in your System Preferences/Spotlight folder to ensure you have a good sync if updating maps or OS. Other than that it works just fine.

    Dee Cee - January 7th, 2009
    • Dee and all,
      My MacBookPro running OS X 10.4.11 has refused to install TT Home. Download requests yield .dmg files that cannot be recognized. Connecting to the TT125 yields an internal drive with lots of content but doesn’t finish installation.

      Would you be more specific about what in the Spotlight folder needs to be set up?

      Could this be preventing the installation of TomTom Home from the 125 or from the TT website?

      Stan - January 15th, 2009
      • What (exactly) does the error message say?

        Tim - January 15th, 2009
        • The Mac was first restarted. Then tomtom.com/home was opened in Firefox. The download for One and others on a Mac was selected.

          A disk image labeled TomTomHOMEmaclatest.dmg appears from http://download.tomtom.com after clicking the Save File button in the window that opens.

          A double click on this file results in a message box containing “The following disk image failed to mount.” Reason “not recognized.”

          This result has occurred on each of several attempts over several days.

          Plugging in the TomTom One125 results in an on screen internal drive containing lots of files. But the download doesn’t seem to get completed. A drive icon labeled “Internal” appears. Periodically, the TT One125 shows a “Please wait” message The drive can be opened to show numerous files, but even after long waits, no files can be opened.

          Is there something in the Mac System Preferences to change?

          Stan - January 17th, 2009
          • Not sure what to tell you. I haven’t heard of that happening to others and I can’t duplicate it here on my Mac. Perhaps try a different browser.

            Tim - January 17th, 2009
  16. Does the TomTom One 125 allow you to download maps of the UK from their website or is it US only?

    Bob - January 7th, 2009
    • You can purchase maps of the UK to add, through TomTom HOME.

      Tim - January 8th, 2009
  17. I used to own a garmin c330 until it broke a few days ago. Amazing how these things make you stupid, just like spell check. 3 years ago I could have gotten to my customers house old school way with no issues. So now I’m dumb and forced to buy the tomtom 125, which I did today. I will say comparing both manufactures it was interesting to see the way they approach the user interface for their customers. I have to say I like garmins much better. Very easy to stop your route and program it. The tom tom has to much junk on the screen that is not needed. Give me a voice that tells me when to turn correctly. The tomtom would give me a prompt like \In 1 mile turn left.\ Mile comes up no command to turn until I’m on the street. I’m not speeding, in fact I’m looking for the street, but being it wont tell me the name of the street unless I look at the screen. I miss the street. At least the Garmin would alert you, \In 50 yards, turn left. Turn Left.\ My tomtom did give me these responses but I found they were often too late. It was a sunny day today, just cold. I also found looking at the screen confusing, to many things going on. I know I said that before, but it’s the truth. It will be nice when they start putting in multi routing in the cheaper units. I am returning my tomtom and going back to the garmin. The garmin has it faults also. But I feel the tomtom is not as \Real World\ friendly.

    Ray - January 14th, 2009
    • That is an interesting observation. Most people who have used both say that the TomTom gives more frequent and more timely verbal instructions and that the Garmin doesn’t speak far enough ahead of time nor as often.

      Tim - January 14th, 2009
    • I too own a garmin c330 and it kept telling me to update. the price to update is around $60 so i decided since the tomtom one 125 was $99.99 i would buy it, why buy an update when you can have a new one for a little bit more. so i bought the tom tom and the first thing i was unable to find was my house (on the tomtom lol), then i went to Walmart and it told me that i was on a road 2 blocks away from the store. So now i am thinking about taking the tomtom back and just updating my garmin c 330. This thing is so great i think I am going to try to find a new one also , I just hope its as good as this one….

      John S S - January 16th, 2009
      • I had the Garmin c330 and it was great! I sold it because I thought the Nuvi would be better since it was newer. Boy was I wrong. Nuvi stinks. Wish I had my old garmin c330.

        Dave - June 18th, 2010
  18. I have a tomtom 125 and the street names are not visible. It tells me where to turn but do not show what street I am currently driving on and what street I am turning on. How do I correct this situation?


    Lewellyn - January 16th, 2009
    • Menu -> Change Preferences -> Status bar Preferences -> Show next street name.

      Tim - January 17th, 2009
  19. I am running Osx 10.5.6. I had the same trouble and you have to go to top right corner hit apple/system preferences/spotlight/privacy and hit the plus on the bottom right and add in the TT. I would just go to customer support if you cannot figure this out. They helped me out in about 2 minutes with this problem. Hope this helps

    deeCee - January 17th, 2009
  20. I got the TT 125 and went to the home Map page. It asks for the model of the TT but TT 125 was not listed as a choice. Does it make a difference which ONE I choose to download the maps? TT is closed on the weekends, and I was hoping to play with this neat Christmas gift. Any help would be appreciated Thanks.

    Dawn - January 18th, 2009
    • The “ONE (30 Series) / 130″ is the closest match, however you may wish to wait to contact TomTom support as that device doesn’t have the same map as what was included on your device.

      Tim - January 18th, 2009
  21. Just got the TomTom One 125 today and I am excited, however I would be even more excited if the TomTom website was up. Is this just a coincidence or has it been down for a while? http://www.tomtom.com/home right?

    Curt - January 18th, 2009
    • hmmm… I’ve been on their site a few times today and haven’t had any trouble.

      Tim - January 18th, 2009
      • I just went there and it came right up

        John - January 18th, 2009
        • Yea, I finally got in too. With the time difference, it would have roughly been Sunday night in Denmark. Maybe they were recycling their Web instances or something. Who knows? Anyway, I’m on and it’s pretty cool. Thanks!

          Curt - January 18th, 2009
  22. Does the TT125 or 130 series allow input of destinations by GPS coordinates (probably through TTHome)? Occasionally, I have a destination out in the boondocks that I have to find the GPS coordinates on Terra Server, and then enter those as destination. I do that with my old Magellan, but I’m sick of the screen lock-up problems with the Magellan.

    John E - January 19th, 2009
    • Yes, you can enter coordinates directly on the device. You can also search using coordinates on Google Maps and then send the result (the coordinates) to TomTom HOME from Google maps. However keep in mind that the TomTom devices are designed to route you on roads and the device will refuse to route you to a set of coordinates that are not near enough to a road.

      Tim - January 19th, 2009
      • Thanx for the info. Sounds like a terrific value.

        John E - January 19th, 2009
  23. Hi , I bought the 125 tom tom yesterday after putting in the address of where I want to go which is the easiest map to show me the directions after it says done, by texts ? images ? plus some streets dont show there name right in my neighborhood is that normal? the voice doesnt always come on either?

    Chris - January 28th, 2009
    • Neither… click the Done button from the route details page and use the primary 3D map while driving. That is the easiest to follow.

      Tim - January 28th, 2009
  24. I got the Tom Tom One 125 for Christmas and love it. Several of my family members use the Tom Tom and also love it. My only problem is, that no matter what I try, I can’t get the bracket to adhere to the windshield or the dashboard disk. Does anyone have any suggestions? (I’ve tried it wet, dry, cleaned both surfaces, used saliva).

    Norah - February 1st, 2009
  25. My husband bought the tomtom 125 for me about a month ago. It’s the first GPS we’ve had so I can’t compare it to anything. The problem I’m having is that it doesn’t seem like the directions it gives are always the best. I’ve checked its directions against mapquest and msn maps. One direction that I tried took 1:23 hrs according to tomtom while the msn directions were 43 minutes. Do you find the directions to be accurate and the best choices?

    Chris - February 25th, 2009
    • Chris, see our article on Comparing GPS Route Quality. You won’t always agree with the route. Also note that just because the TomTom says it will take 1:25 doesn’t mean it will take that long. And since your device doesn’t have TomTom IQ Routes, the time estimates tend to be very conservative for all routes. Just because one system says a route will take less time doesn’t mean it is right. :)

      Tim - February 25th, 2009
  26. Was gifted a TT One 125 for Xmas 08/09 and haven’t had much luck getting it to connect to WinXP. First unit died with disk troubles, second unit worked fine until I tried to \update\ it from the website…where one cannot find \TT One 125\ in the model listings. The unit has been out long enough, but still it is not listed, hmmmm….. Second unit is now no longer useful after plugging it in to the computer, installing TT Home, and following the program’s prompts to update. If I do end up with a third unit (highly unlikely), I will not be so eager to \update\ it.

    Patrick - March 9th, 2009
    • I have the 130-S which is essentially the same, with a couple of extra bells and whistles. The TT Home was supposed to load from the TT on first hookup to the computer by USB. But it didn’t. I finally downloaded TT Home from the website, then plugged in the TT GPS, and the software found the GPS OK. It is useful to connect to Home periodically, because it automatically checks for software (not map) updates from their website.

      I don’t know if the deal is still available, but TT offered a year subscription of map updates for $40, with quarterly map updates. That is a good deal, at $10/update.

      My only complaint is the screen is not bright enough on a bright day. But otherwise, I am very happy. Never had a glitch, yet – vastly more reliable than the Magellan, which would freeze up in the middle of a route very frequently.

      John - April 29th, 2009
  27. Please help! What does \A route involves HOV Lanes.\ mean?
    I am downloading a trip and I need to know what this means so I can decide if I want this route.

    Dawn - April 8th, 2009
    • HOV = High Occupancy Vehicle… Basically a “carpool” lane that typically requires more than one person in the vehicle, although the exact restrictions can vary by road.

      Tim - April 8th, 2009
      • Thanks for the quick help! I LOVE MY TOM TOM!!!

        Dawn - April 8th, 2009
  28. hi.
    i am looking at getting a tomtom one for my cross US road trip. i have found three models, the 125, the 130 and the 3rd-edition for sale on [deleted] at about the same price. what are the major differences and woudl you recommend one over the others?

    hayley - April 19th, 2009
  29. As far as connecting the TT to your computer, make sure you use the usb cable that came with the unit that has the filter cylinder in line with it. Cheaper cables will cause errors or no-comm situations that can damage your solid state disk in the TT.

    seta - April 29th, 2009
  30. I just purchased an update for my TT 125 and I also bought the quarterly updates for my TT. It did the update but it didn’t do the quarterly one. The TT Home is telling me that there is a newer map for my TT, but it want to charge me again.

    It told me I had to buy the update before I could do the quarterly updates. But now it wants to charge me again for another update????

    What’s up with that???

    John - May 2nd, 2009
  31. Where do I find the serial number on my TT?


    John - July 5th, 2009
  32. The bottom edge, next to the USB connector, has a bar code and a number below the bar code. That is the serial number. Mine starts with PH… (Mine is a TT130-S)

    John - July 6th, 2009
  33. I’m having an issue with my tt125. It doesn’t always sync with all the satilights. I don’t think its because of where I have it, its not covered. It will sync with all of them then after a little while some fall off…or it looses all of them. Anyone else having this issue?

    John - July 6th, 2009
    • Hi John – That is the way GPS works. The satellites are in a geosynchronous orbit (not geostationary) and each of them orbit earth twice per day. So they are cruising around really fast relative to the ground and you will see them drift in and out of view. It will never sync with all of the satellites because at any given time at least half of them are on the other side of Earth and “hidden” from view.

      Tim - July 6th, 2009
      • Tim,

        I understand that they won’t always be visible, but just recently my TT125 has not been syncing with all the satellites. The little symbol on the bottom right shows the strength or how many its synced up with and recently its either a couple bars from “full signal” or nothing at all and my screen is grayed.

        Thanks for any help.

        John - July 6th, 2009
        • The satellites bar only shows so many slots. That doesn’t represent “all” of the satellites. Even so, there will not always be enough satellites visible to show all of the bars. Sometimes you might only have five or six bars showing and that is fine. The GPS doesn’t need them all to calculate your position.

          Tim - July 7th, 2009
  34. My tomtom was just stolen out of my vehicle. Is there a way I can get the serial number off of the tomtom program on my laptop?

    John - November 8th, 2009
  35. i recently bought the tomtom 125 and on the box it said that it was a special edition with spoken street names…..that was not the case and if not how do i activate it.
    i also looked in the preferences section there was a box for spoken street names to be checked but it could not as it was highlighted and no provision for checking…anyone with info please help.

    theresa - November 30th, 2009
    • The 125 doesn’t have Text-to-speech. However you might have the 125 SE which was sold as an exclusive item at a couple of stores. That version of the 125 does have TTS. If so follow our instructions on how to enable text-to-speech to make sure you are using the correct voice.

      Tim - November 30th, 2009
      • i was just wondering because it specifically said on the box that it was a special edition with spoken street names.
        I bought it from walmart during the black friday week.

        theresa - December 4th, 2009
    • Use computer voice instead of human voice from preference. The human voice are pre-recorded voices and can not pronouce street names.

      Bhavesh Jani - December 3rd, 2009
      • thanks so much i will try that, i hope it works : )…its just disturbing having to look at the screen to see how many yards u have left before u make a turn when you are driving.

        Theresa - December 4th, 2009
      • I changed it to a computer voice and now the spoken street name feature works.

        Theresa - December 5th, 2009
  36. I got TomTom One 125 this black-friday. This is my first GPS and at this price, its a great deal.
    (1) Latest map update for first month from TomTom is free
    (2) Includes map share smaller changes
    (3) I dont why people keep saying it does not have text to speech? IT DOES HAVE TEXT TO SPEECH. I HAVE HEARD IT PRONOUCE “Turn left in 100 feet. Royal Oaks Blvd”. DOES TEXT-TO-SPEECH MEANS GPS SHOULD DISCUSS POLITICS, SPORTS & LATEST MOVIES?

    Bhavesh Jani - December 3rd, 2009
    • ha ha ha no not politics, just saying ” after a 100 yard turn left /right on peachtree street……

      Theresa - December 4th, 2009
  37. Bhavesh: No, test-to-speech (in GPS marketing parlance) means it speaks the street name as well as directives:

    As in :”Turn left in 100 feet on Apple street”, rather than “turn left in 100 feet”

    If my GPS starts discussing the subjects you mentioned, it’s headed out the window! ;^)

    John S - December 3rd, 2009
  38. Err.. make that “text-to speech”.

    John S - December 3rd, 2009
  39. Mine one is TomTom 125 SE (Special edition) and it has “Text to Speech” (Not only mentioned on box, but I am using it).

    But few users above mentioned that regaler TomTom 125 (without SE) does not have “Text to speech”.

    Bhavesh - December 4th, 2009
  40. I just bought a TomTom One 125 SE. On the box, it says “Bonus: Spoken Street Names”. As a new map was available, I connected the GPS to the computer and downloded the new map. I used the GPS for the first time, and no street names were spoken…got the number of yards instead. Any ideas how to enable or turn on this “text to speech” feature? Thanks in advance!

    Snejana - December 4th, 2009
    • See: Enable Text-to-Speech: TomTom or Garmin.

      Tim - December 4th, 2009
    • Yes you can, Bavesh suggested that i use the computer based voice instaed of the human voice, i tried it and it now works. Good luck…i think we have the same model.: )

      Theresa - December 5th, 2009
  41. Tim I bought the TOMTOM One 125 SE Special Edition with (Spoken Street Names) and Also the

    GARMIN nuvi 255w which one is better quality and why?
    This will be my first GPS System I’m in Sales.
    THANK YOU, Maria

    Maria - December 15th, 2009
  42. My Magellan was stolen out of my car this morning. That being said, is there any way for the manufacturer to track or locate it? Or do I just have to hope the police get lucky and come across it in a pawn shop or something with the serial number alone?

    Thanks, Jason

    Jason - January 7th, 2010
    • This is a TomTom thread… but GPS is one way communication only. GPS receivers receive information but do not transmit. So no, it cannot be tracked.

      Tim - January 7th, 2010
  43. i purchased the Tom Tom 125 for Christmas and now it does not pick up signals at all. Can I return it to the company because the store will not take it back

    Claudia - April 12th, 2010
    • Claudia, that is up to them.

      Tim - April 12th, 2010
    • I believe it comes with 1 year warranty if you purchased new one (refurbs have only 60 or 90 days warranty). And when its under warranty, they will repair or replace it.

      Good luck,

      Bhavesh - April 13th, 2010

    KAREN - May 1st, 2010
  45. i have accidently deleted my maps off the device, had them backed up on my computer, but for some reason they are not there. How do I get them back?

    Kiah - May 14th, 2010
    • If you’ve deleted the map and don’t have a backup you will need to contact TomTom Support to see if they will re-issue a map to you.

      Tim - May 14th, 2010
  46. how can i set up my tomtom one 125 to give me street names where to turn instead of just giving me mileage number…there are some GPS systems that are able to give the street names…

    somebody help me please

    Miriam Garcia - July 2nd, 2010

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