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Today every truck driver knows that a truck GPS system is not a
matter of comfort, it's a necessity. Driving long distances or changing
routes without a truck GPS system means that you'll waste time,
waste money and lower your productivity. There are both cheap
and expensive GPS truck systems available. Some of the cheaper
models plug into the cigarette lighter of your truck and they are
fine for the occasional use. However, these are a little harder to
use than the built-in systems. If you plan on using your truck GPS
system often, then you may want to choose a more complex system
with more features. There are many styles and sizes to choose from,
so make sure you pick one that is suited for your truck.

The more advanced gps systems on the market today provide much
more than basic directions from one location to another. Today's GPS
truck navigation systems will display information on points of
interest, restaurants, fueling stops, and places to sleep along the
way. Your whole daily life on the road can be managed through this
amazing device!

Not all GPS systems are created the same. There are different types
along with different design and quality. However, they are all based
on the same idea. For trucks, stability is the key as the suspension
is slightly stiffer in trucks. The models created for pickups use heavy
tubing, stiffer articulating arms, preferably cast iron, which will
provide a stable desktop for your laptop and allow for you to easily
see the screen.

GPS uses satellites that orbit the earth in order to send signals that
are received by the GPS device installed in your truck. The system
has software that interprets the signal and uses that data in order
to display information about your current location based on the time
it took to receive the signal from the satellite, and the exact location
of the satellite that sent the data.

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With a reliable truck GPS system you can not only get directions to
guide you on your driving route, to make up for detours, and get
you back on track after wrong turns, but you can also get
information about local destinations, restaurants to eat, the types
of food served, the local list of hotels, gas stations along the way,
and of course - places to sleep in case you've missed a hotel.
These smart navigation systems have upgrade packages that allow
you to purchase a subscription which will provide you with up to the
minute information about traffic, weather, and construction along
your route. The subscription costs for these services may be a
hassle for the casual driver but will prove invaluable to those who
rely on correct directions and being on time while traveling
extensively. So whenever you purchase a truck GPS system, make
sure it can be updated. Many of these systems can be upgraded
through a CD or DVD.

Technology is constantly evolving and it is fairly safe to say that
there are some vehicle accessories that are better suited to remain
at the top than others. Look for professional grade manufacturers
who use quality components, it will prove to be a good choice long
term. You have a large selection of truck GPS systems to choose from
and you'll have to adapt your system to your specific needs. You may
choose one of Garmin or Magellan's GPS systems - the two most
widely known truck GPS manufactures, or more simpler systems. The
prices are constantly dropping and the quality is only improving.
Knowing what you need and what you are fairly certain you can live
without will help you get the best possible bargain for your truck gps
system. Keep in mind that mounting brackets to hold your computer
can be used double duty as a dvd stand, a writing notepad desk,
camera stands and more.

It's common to think that only truck drivers who travel extensively
need these useful devices and systems. The truth is that any truck
driver who spends any time during the day in a truck could seriously
benefit by owning a GPS navigation system. The problem often lies
in deciding which of these systems would be best suited for your
specific personal navigation needs and deciding how to mount the
unit in your pickup. Some of these systems feature several different
ways for you to find your end point. In other words, you can find an
end point by using things like the address of the place you are
searching for, a street name or choose a location from the map.
These systems can use voice commands to help you find your end
point. Many of them will also tell you the location of the nearest
airport, bus station, train stations, ATMís and banks. The truck GPS
systems are a great asset to any truck driver, making sure that
you'll never get lost and you'll never miss a turn again.



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