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How GPS Saves You Gas
Unless you've been residing on a deserted island (and under a rock at the same time) you see that gas prices are not everyone's cup of tea - unless you are an oil tycoon.
For those who live in big cities where mass commute is widely accessible, it's rather simple to bypass this problem by opting to take them in its place of using your own car to travel to and fro to work. But for the majority of us, driving is not going away anytime soon.
Having a GPS system installed in your car will reduce your gas prices. How? It will repeatedly giving the most direct routes to whichever place you need to go. If it's raining hard and visibility is lower than usual, a GPS can serve as a navigation partner to help you find your way home or to wherever you want to go. This saves you time and gas from spinning your wheels, potentially getting lost along the way, and giving yourself a migraine in the course.
Not only does a GPS give you accurate directions, it also provides for forecasts as to how it will take to get to a certain place via a particular path. You can then compare paths and time predictions. When you take all of this into consideration, you will realize that paying a few hundred for a brand new GPS unit is not much considering how much it will save you year in and year out.
I mean let's take a brief example. Let's say it costs you each time you go fill up your tank. Imagine that before purchasing your GPS system you had to get you tank filled on average once a week. That's ,520 for an entire year.
Now on the flip side, let's imagine you got you GPS unit up and rolling. With improved efficiency in getting to your destinations, you effectively have reduced the amount of wasted gas as a result of not getting sidetracked or getting lost while driving. Perhaps you will only have to get your tank filled up once every two weeks instead- in which case you will only be spending 0 a year for gas- or a savings of 50%.
These are just sample numbers, but you can see how you can get a return on your investment over and over again simply by purchasing a GPS system which varies anywhere from 0 or so to 00 or more. But you don't need to get the fanciest model right out of the starting gate. Anything within the 0-0 range should give you a very tough system in general.
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