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Is there a GPS that doesn't drop signals? Traveling now-frustrating!

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We're in Italy now and this is the first time I'm using a GPS abroad. Glad I also have a map because I can't completely depend on my GPS. Using Tom Tom and most of the time it's okay but there have been a few times at home and here where I've lost the signal at a critical juncture.

Is this common?

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