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Brandmotion LLC has partnered with Magellan® to offer a fully integrated aftermarket Navigation system for the Ford F-150 and Lincoln Mark LT. Capitalizing on one of the hottest trends in the aftermarket, this Magellan® Integrated Navigation System includes over 7 million points of interest, plus built in maps of the entire United States and Canada.

Simple menus and the latest in touch-screen technology make it easy to enter an address or select a pre-loaded point of interest. These points include everything from hospitals to golf courses, to restaurants that the user can select by cuisine! "Drivers can use this as their online Yellow pages," suggests Brandmotion's Director of Sales Ed Mazorowicz. Once the user enters their destination, the Navigation screen will prompt them to select how they would like to reach their destination. These options range from shortest distance, least amount of time, most use of freeways, or least use of freeways. Once the user makes their selection, the computer creates a route based on their criteria and the driver will not only see a map while driving, but also receive turn-by-turn guidance in a clear, concise voice.

The system boasts a simple installation that requires the use of a single tool, with no cutting or splicing of wires. This installation process is so simple that it requires less than 15 minutes. The system is easily installed in any 2004-2007 Ford F-150.

Brandmotion LLC, provides the content for the Johnson Controls Overhead RailPort Storage System found in the Ford F150, Chevy Uplander, Saturn Relay, Buick Terrazza, Pontiac Montana SV6, Chrysler Town and Country and Dodge Town and Country.

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GPS or Global Positioning Systems is a very common term. Magellan® is the consumer brand of Thales Navigation, one of the world's leading innovators of navigation and positioning solutions with operations worldwide. Magellan was the brand that introduced the first consumer handheld GPS solution in 1989, and it has maintained its place as a leading global GPS brand for consumers.

There are many applications of Global Positioning Systems beyond GPS vehicle tracking or map navigation that everyday people can benefit from. All it takes is a bit of creativity, and some trial and error. Here are a few of the many possibilities that can benefit you right now in your busy and hectic life.

1. Plan a road trip around interesting points of interests, landmarks, campsites, diners, etc, and hear fewer "Are we there yets?"- and of course get the most out of that expensive gas.

2. Get emergency road side assistance at a touch of a button from your vehicle, so you can get help exactly where and when you need it. If the manufacturer does not provide this with a dealer installed system, after market installations may require a monthly fee.

3. Keep a visual journal and bookmark collection of your favorite hot spots, sceneries, and points of interests, that may not be listed in any travel guide (You can create your own mini travel guides and memories).

4. Get to your interview, or any important time sensitive destination or engagement, faster by finding shortcuts and correct directions.

5. Find a good Italian restaurant near your movie theatre on the fly.

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vehicle tracking system is an electronic device installed in a vehicle to enable the owner or a third party to track the vehicle's location. Most modern vehicle tracking systems use Global Positioning System (GPS) modules for accurate location of the vehicle. Many systems also combine a communications component such as cellular or satellite transmitters to communicate the vehicle’s location to a remote user. Vehicle information can be viewed on electronic maps via the Internet or specialized software.
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