Satnav maps: spot the difference
Posted on 22 Jun 2012 at 16:22
Maps aren't all equal - we compare four services to reveal the differences
We compared four satnav systems - Google, Navteq, OpenStreetMap and TomTom - at two UK locations to see how they fared with unexpected road closures and how much detail they offer.
Westminster Bridge Road
Author: Jonathan Bray
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