VZ Navigator: GPS on the Cheap
The Good: An inexpensive way to help you get where you're going
The Bad: Delays in recognizing route deviations and recalculating directions; unable to handle multiple stops
The Bottom Line: A handy tool for those who don't stray from the beaten path enough to invest in an expensive system
My nasal compass is broken. Blame it on allergies, iron deficiency, or evolutionary defect, but I have no innate sense of direction. Worse, I tend to blindly associate south with whatever direction appears to slope downward from my current position.
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