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I have just received this offer from AAA. This auto pilot system seems VERY chip. Anybody has used it before? Is it any good?

Any feedback would be appreciated.
 

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Kris said:
I have just received this offer from AAA. This auto pilot system seems VERY chip. Anybody has used it before? Is it any good?

Any feedback would be appreciated.
Could you elaborate? :confused: I have AAA also.
 

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Sorry for replying late, I was traveling. Here is the info.

Gives You Directions by Voice so You'll Never get Lost Again!
With the AutoPilot you'll not only be able to plan your trip, but you'll actually HEAR clear directions to help you get to your destination faster and easier! AutoPilot provides vital travel information that maps just don't have.


It not only tells you distance, time and direction - but also locates more than 80,000 vital driver services near the interstates including food, gas, roadside assistance, the closest hospital, rest areas, malls, motels, campgrounds, attractions and much, much more! Now your entire family can travel with confidence and have more fun along the way.

http://www.youcansave.com/autopilot.asp
 

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it sounds like its not really a GPS based nav system.
more like just point a to point b.
the problem is that when you are lost, you may not know what to put in for your current location.

I'd say that without gps a nav system is useless,
but i geuss it is better than nothing.

-Nerf
 

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That was my impression too. We need either a full nav system or good old fasions maps!;)
 

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I can see it being handy under certain conditions.
Certainly if you are out on the Interstate on a 1000 mile trip and the road signs say Smithville is exit 45 just 8 miles ahead.
Might be a good way to find a Perkins restuarant or a Best Western Motel.
I note that it is a couple of bucks cheaper than a NAV system.

I think I'll order one.
We make 2 or 3 trips a year of 700 miles to 1200 miles.

Thanks for the post.

Homer
 

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It seems Like it could be a very useful inexpensive tool as long as

your not traveling off the beaten track.... But Then Wheres the fun

in that?
 
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