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Updated Automatically on June 26th, 2009
better gas mileage

Everybody gets lost at some point, and that burns gas. A GPS navigator can help you find your way.

If you’ve never been lost before, chances are you will be. You’ll don’t even have to drive that far to get into unfamiliar territory and lose your way. Driving around trying to find your way back or find someone who can give you directions wastes gas. Better not to get lost in the first place.

A GPS navigator is a computerized satellite receiver that uses the Global Positioning System satellites to accurately pinpoint your location. A simple GPS receiver will tell you your latitude and longitude and maybe a few other location details. A GPS navigator is much more sophisticated, with maps and other useful information stored in the unit. The additional capabilities of a GPS navigator can save you a lot of time, money, and fuel.

The GPS navigator always knows where you are. If you tell it where you want to go, it can guide you on the shortest route, the route that makes the most use of major highways, or the route that makes the least use of major highways, depending on which way you think will save you the most gas and get you to your destination quickest. Better yet, if you need to stop for fuel, food, or that a replacement for that gift you forgot on the table at home, just ask the GPS navigator and it will tell you how to get to the nearest gas station, shopping center, or restaurant. My GPS navigator even breaks the restaurants down by cuisine! Your friends will be surprised when you ask what they want for lunch in the middle of your road trip and proceed to drive to a sandwich shop, pizza restaurant, or other eatery that fits the bill.

A GPS navigator may seem a little pricey at first look, but it will save you time, money, and fuel in the long run, and you’ll never get lost.

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Updated Automatically on June 26th, 2009
better gas mileage

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