Articles about Navigation System

Old school vs. new school
So while browsing Reddit (to our bosses, if you're reading this, we promise it was purely for research purposes and not because we were goofing off), we chanced upon a thread on r/Cars titled "Underrated driving skill: Knowing your directions."
Do you use these features often?
Is driving a vehicle equipped with a touchscreen infotainment 'unsafe?' According to new research by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, it's possible.According to the organization, drivers using in-car tech such as voice commands and touchscreen features are visually
Android update now available
Using Waze is a funny thing. On the one hand, we want to tell everyone we know about how wonderful and useful the crowdsourced navigation app is, and how it has given us the most traffic-free (which isn't saying much
360-degree views of PH now available
Meet the Pegman, the yellow statue beside the Google Street View car in the photo above. He's a Google Maps guide. Drag him somewhere in Manila on the search engine's map and he can give you a glimpse of how
Working together to connect motorists
These days, maps have become an essential part of the everyday motorist's arsenal. Of course, we're not simply referring to the traditional paper maps that one can fold several times over. Rather, we mean the digital kind. That's because
Better entertainment, navigation systems
Honda Cars Philippines pulled off a minor surprise on Tuesday when it revealed an updated City, right before the introduction of the all-new HR-V. The Japanese carmaker said it would address the clamor for a built-in navigation system.So
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