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GPS Laws in Europe

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I've read and contributed to many threads regarding GPS uasage in Europe but I don't recall this being asked:

Is it legal to bring my suction cup device to window-mount my GPS? Here in the States California supposedly forbids this, but it seems to be ok everywhere else. Since the Europeans are often a lot more restrictive about driving rules, are there any regulations regarding the possible obstruction of vision by window-wounting my GPS? I've take my Garmin Nuvi on four trips in the past but just laid the unit on the center console. With my last van rental I found it very difficult to look at the maps on the GPS laying down there. Obviously I don't want to install a permanent holder in a rental vehicle.

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