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  1. superdon

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    Hi,

    I realise this isnt really a question for avforums, but thought I would give it a go anyway....

    I am looking for a sat nav device of some kind (as cheap as possible). What I really need is a devide that will allow me to enter say 10 postcodes, and it will then give me the quickest route to visit all of these postcodes. Not sure if thats even possible?

    Any advice would be appreicated. Cheers!
     
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    You & a million other travelling salesmen/delivery drivers yet as far as I'm aware from what I've read previously, the answer is still no. :confused:

    The best resource for all things Sat Nav is http://www.pocketgps.co.uk/.
     
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    :hiya: The new NAVMAN st V3 will let you do just that, I know I have the version installed on my XDA II with GATSO cams for the 1st time and it works a treat.
     
  4. superdon

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    Thanks, I understand that CoPilot V5 also has this feature.
     
  5. tuttonp

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    Tomtom3 also lets you plan itineries i.e more than one point of visit before the end of a destination
     
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    ...but does it plan the best route when you feed it mulitple points, or does it expect you to input in the order you feel is best?
     
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    The former I believe. Sorry
     

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