Uniden’s Trax 436 includes everything you’d want in a GPS, including the latest 2009 Whereis Maps with preloaded Australia and New Zealand maps, Bluetooth hands-free for making phone calls safely while driving, Text To Speech (TTS) and safety camera information. TTS gives precise spoken directions, describing ‘Turn right in 100 metres’ as ‘Turn right in 100 metres onto Smith Street’, for example, while information on upcoming fixed speed and red light cameras helps keep you safe on the road and avoid traffic infringement fines.

To boot, the Trax 436 also provides information on road elevations, including overhead bridges, while driving, plus the ability to view more than 100 key Australian landmarks in 3-D, such as the Sydney Opera House, Sydney QVB and Melbourne MCG. Completing the elite GPS package is built-in lane guidance and TMC (Traffic Management Control), which allows subscribers to the service to receive live traffic updates.

The Uniden Trax 4336 sells for $450 RRP.