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TomTom Provides European Map Update


For those of you in Europe, or heading to Europe, TomTom has released updated maps covering the area. (If you purchased your TomTom after April 2006 you might already have the new maps.) The new maps can be acquired via download, DVD, or SD card depending on the speed of your internet connection and the TomTom device you have. All TomTom devices can use the new maps. If you purchase the new maps in the “download” format you can get a 20% discount through the end of the year.

“With the launch of our brand new online Map Shop, TomTom continues to deliver easy and affordable upgrades to the most recent maps. This ensures the best and safest navigation on the market for TomTom users, regardless of when they may have purchased our products,” said Harold Goddijn, chief executive officer of TomTom.

5 Responses

  1. Hello,

    I am going on a motorbike journey from UK to Italy. We leave UK towards the Euro-Tunnel then ride down to Chamonix in France and finally, to Como lake in Italy.
    What is the best way to work out Tom Tom’s maps? How can I see the whole thing without the need of switching maps? Any idea please?

    Rogerio Hessel - July 17th, 2007
  2. I bought new Nissan x-trail with navigation. Inside is your map of easter europe ( Croatia). Do you have new map with more details for croatia ?I find detail maps but only for pocker GPS for car GPS I can not find.With regards.

    Mario Tomić - October 21st, 2007
  3. I am looking for a GPS to use in both the U.S and Europe. I need it to be easily updated with the Europe Maps and switch back to U.S. upon landing back in the U.S.

    Bob Eifling - December 14th, 2007
  4. Bob – You should look at one of these which have North America and Europe maps pre-installed.

    Tim - December 14th, 2007
  5. I am to Europe in May 2010 and am looking at the most cost effective Tom Tom available that will have maps of Greece, Italy and France, can you please advise?

    Con - February 5th, 2010

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