Why you should keep a GPS and a Street Directory in your car
Do you still use a street directory or have you switched over to using a GPS?
Which do you prefer?
Does the idea of flicking through a street directory seem foreign to you (some of you probably have never even seen one).
Or do you just go nuts when the GPS voice asks you to turn where there is clearly no side street!
This summer we suggest you keep both a GPS and a street directory in your car and give you a few reasons why you should.
The Pro’s for using a street directory
- You can map out and the whole route before you start your journey
- You can identify reference points like parks
- You don’t need to charge it
The Con’s for using a street directory
- They go out of date quickly
- They are not hands free – so you can’t reference them whilst driving
The Pro’s for using a GPS
- They are hands free – with the choice of visual and sound
- Update data
The Con’s of a GPS
- They can run out of charge
- They don’t always take the quickest/easiest route!
Auto ‘how-to’ playbooks, to help you to save money and stay safe on the road.
Download, print and pop into your glove box.
The fun, bite sized way to get to get you feeling confident behind the wheel every time you drive.
Under the bonnet
- The 10 min, once a month car check
- tips and information
- workbook to fill out and pop into the glove box
High Heels or Sneakers – how to change a tyre
- Tyre care, what to look for and how to keep your tyres lasting longer
- Step by step colour photo tutorial on how to change a tyre
- Show box worksheet to fill out an dpop into the glovebox
Buying & Selling a Car
- The ulimate guide to buying and selling a car
What to do in an Accident
- Tips to help you stay safe behind the wheel
- MAAS action plan – what to do in the case of an accident
- Accident recording workbook
Day Spa for your Car
- The perfect maintenance guide for keeping your car looking her best!