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The price of turn-by-turn navigation stretches from free to thousands of dollars. We take a look at how it works, why you should (or shouldn't) buy a navigation device, as well as key features to look out for.

1. Is GPS navigation right for me?
2. Types of GPS
3. Features to look for
4. How GPS mapping works

Is GPS navigation right for me?

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Over the last few years, we at CNET Australia have fielded a lot of questions from you, our readers, as well friends and family, about GPS navigators. Australia is now definitely riding the GPS tidal wave, which has already engulfed Europe and North America. But before you make the leap, let's have a look at the pros and cons of ditching the Melway because, let's be frank, satellite navigation isn't for everyone.

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