TomTom releases new GPS map upgrade

TomTom Australia has just announced the release of its Autumn 2010 Map of Australia, featuring the latest Whereis map data. The new map is so up-to-date it even has the removal of Sydney’s M4 toll.

Some of the other improvements of the new service include an increased road speed limit coverage by 33 per cent, covering 232,000 kilometres of road across Australia; lane guidance coverage on all major roads and over 50,000 additional points of Interest across Australia (total now over 688,000).

Chris Kearney, marketing manager, TomTom Australia and New Zealand, commented on the latest release.

“The release of the TomTom Autumn 2010 Map of Australia confirms our commitment to consistently providing the most up-to-date maps available to TomTom GPS users,” said Kearney.

“The new map enables safer and smarter driving thanks to a significant increase in road speed limit coverage and the inclusion of the latest TomTom IQ Routes data for the fastest way any time of day.”

The company also offers a Map Guarantee, which ensures that if TomTom makes a newer map, it is available within 30 days of a customer first using their TomTom GPS. This will be made available via download at no extra charge to the consumer.

The TomTom Autumn 2010 Map of Australia is available for purchase through the TomTom map shop at for RRP $139.95. The new maps will come as standard on all new TomTom GPS devices.

TomTom maps now cover 78 countries across Oceania, Asia, Africa, Europe, North and South America.

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