Does your dad pride himself on being a great driver? He probably thinks that he knows his way around town without a street directory. No matter whether he’s a top driver (or thinks he is), he isn't as capable a navigator as a GPS unit!
This Father's Day, why not give your dad a new GPS unit so he will never get lost again? Aside from giving you turn-by-turn directions, GPS units are great for locating points of interest (POIs), saving your favourite locations and exploring new places, so your next road trip with the family can be even better! We've included five of our favourite budget GPS units.
<br><br><h2>Garmin nuvi 1260</h2><br><i>Price: $219 (Save $30)</i><br><br>Budget GPS units like [[artnid:319440|Garmin's nuvi 1260|Review: Garmin nuvi 1260]] generally have smaller displays than more expensive devices. Thanks to its simple interface, though, the nuvi 1260 fares better than many other cheap GPS units. It's the only entry-level model currently on the market with Bluetooth hands-free capabilities, and it also has text-to-speech technology. You can pick it up from [[xref:http://www.officeworks.com.au/retail/products/Technology/GPS-Navigation-Units-and-Accessories/GPS-Navigation-Units/GANUV1260|Officeworks|Officeworks -- Garmin nuvi 1260 GPS unit]], for just $219 — a saving of $30 off the RRP.