TomTom Trucker 520 5-Inch GPS Navigation Device for Trucks with Wi-Fi Connectivity, Smartphone Services, and Free Lifetime Traffic and Maps of North America

The TomTom TRUCKER 520 – a GPS navigation device specifically developed to help truckers get to their destination more efficiently. The new GPS device, which comes in two sizes, comes with a Lifetime TomTom Truck Maps subscription for the US and Canada, now updatable over Wi-Fi, as well as tailored routing which guides drivers to carefully selected points of interest (POIs) for trucks such as fuel stops and travel centers. The TomTom TRUCKER is compatible with Siri voice recognition software and Google Now – allowing truckers to access their personal assistant with their smartphone safely tucked away.

Product Features

  • 5 inch touchscreen: 5″ fully interactive truck GPS navigation Device
  • Lifetime truck maps: always drive with the latest truck maps for USA and Canada at no cost Plus 1500+ travel center point’s and other truck related poi’s
  • Lifetime traffic: get intelligent routes that avoid traffic in real-time
  • Smartphone services: activate Live services like traffic by connecting to your smartphone
  • Hands free: designed to deliver high-quality, hands-free calling and reads messages aloud from your smartphone. Compatible with Siri or Google now

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3 Responses to TomTom Trucker 520 5-Inch GPS Navigation Device for Trucks with Wi-Fi Connectivity, Smartphone Services, and Free Lifetime Traffic and Maps of North America

  1. Anonymous says:

    read before purchase

  2. Anonymous says:

    great GPS and helpful customer service

  3. Anonymous says:

    Epic Fail The unit puts me on to parkways, which commercial vehicles are prohibited to travel on in New York State. For this reason alone I would leave zero stars if possible, because it negates the entire purpose of a Truck GPS. Additionally, the plastic housing feels very cheap, the user interface is very clunky, and the screen is an absolute fingerprint magnet. I guess TomTom didn’t think it necessary to apply an oleophobic coating to a glass screen to reduce fingerprints. Also, there were remnants of…