Yeah, this was my biggest concern when I bought the c330, plus the fact that mounting anything on a windshield is illegal in California. But the c330 dash mount works very well. When I first set it up, it didn't stick to the dash until I held it in place for a few minutes, but now it works great and holds on very well. The main unit is convenient to detach and hide in the center console when you park the car, or take with you in a bag if you're really concerned. The other units mentioned on this thread all work great if you want a combination unit that can do things other than navigate a vehicle, but I'd still recommend the c330 for the least technically-minded, because it's the easiest one to figure out.ElectronMotion said:The biggest problem with portable GPS units in cars is what to do with them when parked. If you leave them setup on your windshield, sooner or later (and probably sooner), you're going to come back to your car and find one of your windows busted and the unit navigating someone else's car.
I am very fond of the Garmin Quest. It's inexpensive, fast and accurate.grovey said:I'm thinking about getting a Garmin i3. Anyone own this and how do you like it? Any thoughts on other models?