Will be advising all friends and family to steer clear as well." The company has published a detailed list of all the models that will soon miss out on vital software updates, which you can find here.The page, which is titled "obsolete products", even tries to push disappointed customers onto newer models: "This may be the perfect opportunity to discover what our new range of navigation products has to offer you." Customer John Mc Gowan said: "My Tom Tom device bought in July 2016 with 'lifetime' maps is on the list of devices no longer to be supported." He went on: "And they've got the cheek to try and get me to buy a newer one. " Another user said: "Just been informed by Tom Tom that my sat-nav 'lifetime map updates' has ended, but would I like to buy a new sat-nav with 'lifetime map updates'. Tossers." The Sun understands that Tom Tom isn't ending support for "lifetime maps" devices, but may do so in the future.While the maximum limits are due to remain the same, the starting level for sanctions will be far more severe.It is unlikely that satnav users would be affected by incorrect information given for motorways due to the standard national speed limit, however, a device's failure to stay up to date with live changes in traffic conditions and limits could see the driver slapped with a fine of up to £2,500.The right is reserved to change specifications, colours of the models and items illustrated and described on this website at any time.Please ensure your units software is up-to-date before purchasing the new mapping.You don't have to wait until your next trip to your Retailer to update your Subaru’s built-in maps. Simply select your Subaru model and year from the list below and follow the prompts to purchase your built-in map update.
"Tougher penalties have already been introduced around handheld device usage that could mean newer drivers losing their licence after a first offence, and for all drivers the penalties have increased.A recent survey has found one in six (17 per cent) motorists have been told the wrong speed limit by a their GPS.The introduction of harsher penalties for speeding motorists on Monday could particularly affect drivers who rely on navigation devices, according to price comparison firm u Switch, which commissioned the poll.New sentencing guidelines for magistrates in England and Wales mean fines for motorists caught going well above the speed limit will start from 150 per cent of their weekly income rather than the existing level of 100 per cent.Currently, fines are capped at £2,500 for motorways, and £1,000 for all other roads.
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