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A GPS unit does not need cell reception to work, since it has downloaded maps and uses satellite reception to locate itself. It also might have Winding Roads, which you can set to “very winding” or “a bit winding”, and now the new units and software include hilly roads, too. And unlike the built-in Navigation units available on some top-of-the-line Hondas and Harley-Davidsons, the unit can be removed and carried in to a restaurant or hotel. Remember the pleasure of opening a paper map over lunch and figuring out the next stage of the route? Now TomTom and Garmin and a few others have you covered for that. [...]

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