Satnav and driving test

The first test you do - organised by the government.
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GTR1400MAN
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Re: Satnav and driving test

Postby GTR1400MAN » Thu Mar 22, 2018 12:04 pm

The dumbing down of SatNav features continues. :( Bluetooth out was on some car models and most had 3.5mm audio jack that you could connect a cheap Bluetooth transmitter or wired headphones.

Explains why the bike ones are so damn expensive. As well as being waterproof they allow preplanned routes from a PC, as well as having numerous connection facilities ... although my new one has 3.5mm jack, using it makes the unit no longer waterproof, hence my adventures into the Bluetooth world. A standard that is anything but standard!
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sussex2
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Re: Satnav and driving test

Postby sussex2 » Mon Mar 18, 2019 1:56 pm

Hiring a car in Portugal recently:
Was asked which language I wanted onboard satnav in - this has got to make it more easy for a lot of people.


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