BSc. (Hons) Philosophy exam question number one : Satellite navigation has a positive effect on driving safety - discuss.
Sneak was amazed to be the recipient of a survey from self-proclaimed leading 'navigations solution provider' TomTom recently, which had him gnashing his teeth in denial at its findings.
For instance, one of the questions was, "The use of satellite navigation devices heightens awareness and reduces the stress levels of the driver."
Well, Sneak supposes it does when the device 'does what it says on the tin', but there wasn't a question in the survey like this one - "The use of satellite navigation gets you to your destination the majority of the time."
Constantly checking a Sat Nav device on the dashboard must detract from your awareness of what's going down on the road - doesn't it? What's wrong with letting your partner navigate using a roadmap ... ermm ... but then again.
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