Updates for Maps for C5 RT4/RT5 GPS system
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    Default Updates for Maps for C5 RT4/RT5 GPS system

    Tried Navteq and they seem like a useless company that produces good maps. I did offer to pay but a torrent link would be fine. Think mine is pretty up to date but just wanted to know for the future.

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    I will be interested to hear of any successful updates. I would like to update my 2008 407 but I have heard dealer figures of $600.

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    As I thought. Highway robbery. Recently got Tom Tom maps of entire USA for around $50

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    I haven't found any maps yet, but here is a search term for a link to update the software on Navidrive to 8.20
    Software CD 8.20 RT4 RT5 Navidrive

    You'll need to register with the site before you can follow the link.

    I installed it and it works fine. Downlaod disk image (iso file), transfer to CD. Install CD, Turn power on while holding Menu button in, start motor and be prepared to let motor run while the software updates and installs (some 15-20 mins).

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdjones View Post
    As I thought. Highway robbery.
    That's quite clever, well I had a chuckle

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