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Head-to-Head Tests of Nine GPS Navigation iPhone Apps
Aren't windshield mounts illegal in some states, including California?
Follow the link to the article, which explains that. (Short answer: Maryland has some limits; California just amended a law to allow certain windshield mounting locations.)
More the problem with windshield mounts in some cities is that they mark your car as potentially having a GPS in the glove compartment, ready for stealing through a broken window. Been there, done that (in Brooklyn).