Car navigators will not surprise anyone, at least a smartphone with the appropriate application can be turned into a useful device. But on mopeds, scooters and other two-wheeled vehicles, using a mobile phone is quite problematic even if only because of the lack of the necessary protection from water. The Dutch company TomTom has released a GPS-navigator specifically for such vehicles. VIO is attached to the steering part, it is resistant to moisture, water and the sun. The device connects via Bluetooth to the proprietary application on the smartphone, after which it builds travel routes to the destination, including showing alternative routes taking into account traffic jams and accidents, warns about the presence of road cameras, displays information about incoming calls, transfers them to the connected Bluetooth headset or headphone integrated in a motorcycle helmet. Information about events occurs both visually and through sound. TomTom VIO has a flattened rounded case that is protected from external influences according to the IPX7 standard, a touch screen with a diameter of 2.4 inches and a removable silicone coating that can be changed to match the color of the vehicle. The cost of the navigator is about $ 170.