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    I intend to continue using my TomTom device in the C4Picasso but wonder if the sticky pad accessory works reliably and holds the device securely for an extended period on a 'grainy' surface like that in front of the driver.
    Has anyone else used them?.


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    For info. the pads are brilliant and now I have 3 screens.


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    now I have 3 screens.
    Front, rear and left ? or right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by robmac View Post
    Front, rear and left ? or right?
    Left edge of the top centre screen.


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    Interesting that you mention this.

    My JDM Estima had a standard fitment quad screen system that showed images front left/ right and rear left right or optionally centre front or centre rear view.

    A real boon when parking in tight spots.

    The only downside was shutting up the woman on the GPS speaker. When she kept asking for map Dvd, in Japanese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robmac View Post
    Interesting that you mention this.

    My JDM Estima had a standard fitment quad screen system that showed images front left/ right and rear left right or optionally centre front or centre rear view.

    A real boon when parking in tight spots.

    The only downside was shutting up the woman on the GPS speaker. When she kept asking for map Dvd, in Japanese.
    Oh yeah, itís got all those cameras but Iíve not bothered to select the 360* version. I always reverse into all parking spots, so the cross traffic isnít an issue.


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