MS Autoroute really doesn't work at all in car. All it does is show your position on the map and they don't seem to be particularly accurate either. Seems to be sensitive to the type of GPS as well. It's blindingly fast at calculating long routes.Originally Posted by segerdahl
I'm going to declare an interest here as I sell dozens a month but Infomap Navigator is the value for money choice. £35 for GB & Ireland, £50 for the whole of Europe including GB & Ireland. Search for a destination and a couple of mouse clicks later you're on your way with visual and audible driving directions. It has street level mapping that rotates in direction of travel. Automatic recalculation of route if you miss your turning. Has full postcodes for the UK and some other useful features such as find nearest. 2 mouse clicks and it'll show the nearest one of every category such as banks, petrol stations, night life etc etc. Also get free support and free upgrades to the latest version (excluding maps). It isn't perfect (too many tiny icons and need to start the GPS every time) but it is improving with every release. I've seen the development and I'm excited about what's coming later this year.
Sorry, didn't mean for this to develop into an advert but hey, we're still offering a £10 discount to mp3car.com members.