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TomTom HD Traffic Keeps Drivers Up With The Play

TomTom HD Traffic Keeps Drivers Up With The Play

~ TomTom's GO LIVE GPS range updates drivers with rugby event road closures ~

Auckland, 8 September 2011 -

Drivers looking to avoid the rugby event road closures planned between 9 September and 23 October can sit back and enjoy the ride with TomTom.

The rugby event road closures across the country will be broadcast on TomTom's GO LIVE GPS range in New Zealand to help drivers navigate altered routes with ease.

A key feature of the TomTom GO LIVE GPS range, TomTom HD Traffic, delivers dynamic navigation and route guidance that continuously adapts to changing road conditions.

TomTom HD Traffic enables drivers to constantly keep in touch with what is happening on the road and stay informed about conditions ahead. Updated every two minutes, HD Traffic constantly adapts to changing road conditions, ensuring drivers are always on the fastest route.

Information about the rugby event road closures coupled with TomTom's HD Traffic enables drivers to outsmart traffic with the most accurate and detailed live traffic information available.


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