My dad was a navigator in the Air Force and the Air National Guard, and since I’ve always been a natural with directions and map reading, I just figured I got that gene from him. But my husband and I recently received a Garmin as a gift, and now I’m not sure how I ever drove without it. Get in the car, type in an address and follow the turn-by-turn directions.
It’s so simple.
On our recent trip, while just outside of Des Moines in the middle of the night, the Garmin helped us find a gas station along I-80 in dense fog. The fog was so thick that we couldn’t see the bright lights of truck stops and couldn’t view exit signs until we were alongside them – and it was too late to exit. Plus, it was so dark out. It was enough of a challenge to stay focused on approaching taillights, let alone strain to read signs. We used the Garmin to pull up the name and phone number of a gas station ahead and called to make sure they were open, and then the Garmin got us there. Dense fog in an unfamiliar city may have challenged my innate sense of direction, but it was no match for Garmin.
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