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Navigation And Driving Going Hand In Hand

Many of you might know how to drive and might be having the license to drive a light-weight motor vehicle or rather a car. Knowing how to drive does not solely mean handling the vehicle, it also means knowing the signals, traffic rules and more importantly, knowing the routes to your destination. We are not carrying maps in our mind unless we are experienced professional drivers or a frequent traveler exploring every new place possible with our autoradio con bluetooth. It is not practical to carry route maps every time we drive and get stuck with them instead of handling the steering.

Global Positioning System or GPS as a navigation tool

This is where the new generation smartphone apps came to our rescue. Almost all types of smartphones, the cheapest to the costliest have either built-in navigators or allow navigating apps to be downloaded from play stores. The GPS feature marks your current location and traces the easiest routes to your destination. These apps read out the routes as carrying the phone in one hand and checking out the map along with driving is an unwelcomed method.

Navigator within your automobile

Navigating with the help of a smartphone app is not always reliable. There is a high probability that you may get a phone call on your way. The phone’s battery might be out of charge and you may not have a portable charger plugged on. Many smartphones have a bad habit of getting stuck in between. These are just some of the ways in which your phone might leave you in the midway and you end up getting jammed in traffic or headed into a wrong direction.

The car makers have realized the crisis of this situation and there are several models in the market now with a GPS navigator fitted into the automobile or available as an add-on feature. It works very similar to the phone app like the touchscreen, ability to get paired with your smartphone, mp3 player, USB ports, and lot more. A good example is the navigatore golf 6 which has a broad range of advanced navigators for cars. The advantages and superior purpose of a car GPS system include:

  • Drive along without any fear of losing connection in between. Glancing in between into the navigator also conveniently and safely avoided.
  • Very useful while traveling to far locations where network issues or lack of high-speed internet connection might pose problems.
  • The car navigator works as a group feature, letting all the passengers become aware of the passing routes, coming landmarks. This also helps in the easy switching of drivers during long drives.
  • The navigators also serve as roadmaps and halt identifiers giving you suggestions about good restaurants on the way or the best places to camp for some time, etc.

So, let your vehicle find its navigator in itself and you can drive on with no interruptions.