Like the previous Rider 400 screen, it is very clear, but the reflective surface suffers from glare in the sun.
One of the hidden costs of a GPS is updating maps and buying maps for overseas when you are on holidays.
However, TomTom users can now download world maps for free with lifetime free updates.
Just connect your device to your computer, set up an account with TomTom, register the details, and download the overseas map of your choice.
Depending on the size of the map, you may need to download one at a time, use it, remove it from the device, and then select another map to install. However, if you have a micro SD card, you can fit more maps.
They all include nearby fuel stop and alerts for fixed camera alerts, points of interest such as motorcycle-friendly hotels and cafes which are updated every time you update the map.
There are also 150 preloaded world routes on the Rider 450 as an additional feature.
You can choose to save your trip and share it with friends, but be aware of incriminating details such as speed.