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We'll be doing a lot of exploring with our 2005 Highlander (which has oem Toyota GPS system), and I'm wondering whether it would be worthwhile to buy a new DVD full of GPS data. I've driven to a few restaurants listed in the GPS that no longer exist, and driven on new roads that the GPS doesn't know about!

But I think the DVD costs about $200.

Does anyone have advice as to whether the data in a current DVD would be significantly more reliable than 2005 data (both road data, and point-of-interest data)?

Also, I'm assuming the new DVD would just provide newer info, and not change the programming of the GPS system... that is, the menus, screens, etc., right?

Thanks, Dan
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