Question about GPS
You should be able to purchase a replacement charger for your GPS by contacting the manufacturer of the unit. Or, you may be able to purchase an aftermarket charger from a local consumer electronics store, such as Best Buy.
You probably have several different charging options available to you depending on how you use the GPS. Most GPS units can be charged either with a wall adapter, cigarette lighter type power cord for automobile use, or connection to a computer through the USB port.
Whatever charger you wind up with, you will want to make sure that it meets the power requirements for your GPS. This information should be listed in the manual, or again, you should contact the maker of the GPS for more information.
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