Installing the Latest Navigation Systems for Cars in Santa Monica, CA
Never lose your way again! SMCS installs navigation systems for cars in Santa Monica, CA. If you have any questions about our navigation equipment, don’t hesitate to contact us.
6.8" High Definition Monitor with Capacitive Touch Panel
Android Auto™ & Android Auto™ WirelessWired and Wireless Apple CarPlay™High-Resolution Audio WirelessWireless Mirroring for AndroidUSB Mirroring for iPhone and Android4 Camera Inputs / HD Rear Camera ReadyBuilt-in Bluetooth, HD Radio & WiFi3 Preouts 5VGarmin Navigation with 3D Terrain View
Pioneer W8600NEX - AVIC-W8600NEX
7" - Amazon Alexa, Android Auto™/Apple CarPlay® (wired/wireless) Bluetooth® - Multimedia Navigation ReceiverAndroid Auto™ Wireless and Android Auto compatibleApple CarPlay® compatible using either wireless or wired connectionAmazon Alexa Built-in when Paired with Pioneer Vozsis App*iDataLink® Maestro™ compatibleSelectable Parking Assist Guidelines
6.5-Inch CD/DVD Receiver with GPS Navigation
How to Select a Car Navigation System
With so many navigation systems available, it can be difficult to select which one is the best for your needs. Follow the steps below to make sure you make the right choice.
Decide how often you intend to use the system. Inexpensive systems simply plug into your car’s cigarette lighter and are small enough to store in your glove compartment, but they’re not as user-friendly. Take your vehicle to SMCS and install the latest navigation system for cars!
Consider the layout of your car. Some systems come with a monitor that displays a map. The monitor is commonly installed on the dashboard or on a pedestal extending from the dashboard. In some cars, such an installation may block air vents or make it somewhat uncomfortable for a passenger to enter or exit the vehicle or sit in the passenger seat.
Select a system that features multiple ways of getting to your destination. This can include by address, by intersection, by a personal address book, or via a location selected directly from the map.
Look for an automotive navigation system that gives you vocal as well as graphical directions. The systems that use a map and monitor include arrows that show you the direction of a turn and also indicate where your car is on the map in relation to the destination. Other systems use the head unit or radio to display the name of the street on which you are to make a turn or on which you are traveling. Both of these systems also give you verbal directions as you approach a turn.
Select a system that includes point of interest data. Most GPS have the locations of airports and other transportation services, ATMs, banks, restaurants, hotels, and a host of other sites.
Choose a system that offers updates on the point-of-interest data.