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GPS for Australia and New Zealand

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What is the best way to get a GPS that will work in both Australia and New Zealand.
I land in Christchurch in late Feb and will be driving the South Island and then over to Melbourne AU up to Sydney. The rental car companies charge $11 a day.
Where is the best place to buy/get a GPS that will work for both countries?
I have not been able to find one on line here in the US.

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