sat nav

Fancy a bite to eat? Get on your sat nav!

Monday, March 5th, 2012

With new technology being tested in Japan, users of sat nav devices could soon be able to order meals via their sat navs when they fancy a bite to eat.

These days, many people use their sat nav devices to get around the find their way around in places that they are unfamiliar with. There are many different sat navs to choose from, with both small and large models, high tech and basic models, and ones that come with a range of celebrity voices to keep you entertained whilst you are on the road.

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Insurance premiums could fall with monitoring sat nav

Monday, February 20th, 2012

It has been revealed that satellite navigation giant TomTom  has signed up with Motaquote insurers to bring a new monitoring sat nav to market, which could help drivers to cut car insurance costs.

As most drivers are only too well aware, the cost of insurance cover has soared over recent years, making it more and more difficult for drivers to run and maintain their vehicles. The cost of cover has become crippling for some drivers, particularly younger drivers with less experience on the road. However, there could be some good news for those who are prepared to take steps to reduce their car insurance cover.

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Drivers like sat navs that make their journey more fun

Friday, December 2nd, 2011

Many sat nav devices can be really dull and dreary in terms of the content and voiceover. However, more and more drivers are now enjoying the light hearted aid of comedy sat navs to liven their journey up.

Having a sat nav is something that has become essential to many drivers these days in order to help them to get around and speed up their journey from A to B. However, many drivers who end up with a standard sat nav find that the content and the voiceover that is used it extremely dull and makes their journey all the more miserable, albeit that it shows them the way.

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Conflict of interests mean Clarkson sat nav deal is scrapped

Monday, November 7th, 2011

It has been revealed that a deal between sat nav manufacturing giant Tom Tom and the BBC has been scrapped due to conflict of interests arising over one of its big stars voicing a sat nav.

There are many sat nav systems that use the voices of stars to tell us which direction to take, bringing a novelty factor to these satellite navigation systems and making them a little more appealing compared to some of the sat navs that use the standard, sometimes droning, voices that are more likely to send us to sleep than to send us in the right direction.

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