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If you need to watch your budget as closely as you watch your directions, the Tom Tom Go 50 S may be all you want.
(It didn’t miss a beat, for example, when we requested directions to Monsignor Drive in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, or Steuben Street in Schenectady, New York.) The multitouch display makes it simpler to zoom in and out by pinching the screen instead of using the and – buttons.
The Garmin Drive Assist 51 LMT-S has all the features and easy usability of our top pick and runner-up, plus a built-in dash cam that continuously records what’s happening in front of the vehicle and automatically saves the video if it detects an impact.
The built-in camera also enables some impressive safety features.
And, more important, we didn’t find the screen information to be quite as informative or as easy to access as Garmin’s, nor did we find the voice directions as driver-friendly.
While the Tom Tom model typically told us to turn at a specific street name, for example, the Garmin units’ voice directions referenced easily identifiable landmarks such as a traffic light, a stop sign, or even “the red building.” Even so, the Go 50 S works fine as a basic navigator for everyday use.