This is a silly post, but I am annoyed with TomTom (the GPS manufacturer.)
If you look up a current product on their website, you’ll see that lifetime map updates are guaranteed.
If you buy a TomTom car GPS, you’ll find a coupon marked “do not lose this” which gives you lifetime updates.
If you forget this coupon, they’ll try to charge you for the maps the GPS box says are free.
It gets better. When your device gets too small for the map, they create a smaller version (covering less of North America) which works.
Then they tell you that your device is obsolete, and you need to pay for a one-time last-time map update.
I’m not paying for a map update. They can cut me an Eastern Canada Only map that will fit in my device.
Lifetime maps means just that.
Guess what I’ll do if this machine gets abandoned? Small claims court? Switch to Garmin?
That’s silly. But so is TomTom to ask me to pay for what they promised when I got their machine.