Is Satellite Navigation More Environmentally Friendly?

GPS systems are no longer a simple navigation system, they developed a number features which enable them to be more eco-friendly. This may sound quite an unusual concept, would the sat nav simply get you to a location on a shorter route and hence use less fuel?

The most modern sat nav will use clear and precise traffic-jam warnings so that the driver can avoid burning more fuel with the engine idling whilst sitting in traffic. Of course, you may have to drive extensively to avoid traffic jams which means that traffic warnings are superfluous. However, the intention is there. Getting lost burns unnecessary fuel, which is exactly why mobile phone accessories like battery chargers were so important. The TomTom Go Live 1000 is arguably the best GPS system currently on the market. This model is available at £280.00. At such a price, one may expect it to have tonnes of frivolous features which make accessibility seem nigh-on impossible. But don't be fooled by the high price tag, yes the Go Live 1000 does have plenty of features, but primarily it concentrates on the navigation essentials. It has precise commands that will make most journeys stress free and more energy efficient.

Because let's face it, the first sat navs that appeared on the market were pretty dire, advising you to turn left at the next right and go straight at the fork road. Satellite navigation was once crazed frenetic products that seemed to want your car to burn as much petrol as possible. The TomTom Go Live 1000 is quick, being able to lock on to satellites almost instantly. The TomTom is one of the most accessible sat navs on the market, it's menu is easy to navigate through. The days of getting lost in a Car hire abroad are over, no more asking a dishevelled local with a crazed look in his eye for directions; sat navs are efficient in more ways than one.


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