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Guest Brickie

SatNav.

The first thing I would buy if I went to a different town/city/country.

I know my way around where we are and still love my SatNav...:cool:

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Guest Aldo

Thanks for that spontaneous pearl of wisdom :notworthy:

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Guest Brickie
Thanks for that spontaneous pearl of wisdom :notworthy:

 

Buy one any type in "I want to go home" click your heals and poof.....

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Guest Aldo
click your heals and poof.....

 

what ever floats your boat...

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Guest Brickie

Waldo, as much as they all hate you, Im beginning to like you, you are funny....:cool:

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Guest Aldo
Waldo, as much as they all hate you,

Who hates me ???

i don't believe it :no: if indeed they do, they are surly in denial..

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He He but they can be quite dangerous in aus in the country. Just recently a couple had to be rescued up a country dirt road as they had plugged into their sat nave the shortest route home to Melbourne and ended up on fire tracks in the hills.

 

My son who lives in the country in the mallee said that they locals hate they have to keep looking for city people who are relying on their sat navs.

 

People have trialled them and say they take them round the world to get to where they know is very short.

 

They are also only as good as the maps loaded in.

 

I will stick to the maps :biglaugh:


Petals

:ssign15:taking no prisoners :wink:

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Guest tincan

Maps absolutely all the time, and backed up of course by "The Force" :biglaugh:

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Guest brooksey

Maps are ok unless a woman is reading them. Its safer to shout at a sat nav than my wife.

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It has to be a sat nav everytime. I would have never got around Melbourne if I was to rely on the Melways, I can't read a one page map let alone a telephone directory sized map book:wacko:


If you are depressed you are living in the past. If you are anxious you are living in the future. If you are at peace you are living in the present.

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