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Satellite navigator: travel in freedom and security

Traveling is always an adventure: whether it is for a trip out of town or to discover new lands on the other side of the world, starting off helps to open the mind and enrich one's own experience. To reach the destination once and for all, there were road maps, on which to trace the itinerary, hoping that the maps were not too dated and that the roads indicated had not changed. Today the technological evolution has brought in the homes, and in the cars, of all the travel enthusiasts the GPS system (Global Positioning System), a network of satellites that localizes its position in any part of the globe. It is thanks to this technology that satellite navigators are able to show us the way, guiding us from the place of departure to the exact destination of our route. A navigator, however, does not only do this: it can give us real-time information on traffic, warn us if we are exceeding the speed limits allowed, report refueling or refueling points along the way and many other useful indications that simplify, and not a little, life to motorists (but it is also possible to select the options "journey by foot", "by bike" or "by public transport"). At the time of purchase you can choose, according to your needs, models with preloaded maps that illustrate the roads of a single country, an entire continent (for example Europe) or larger areas: thanks to periodic upgrades maps are always updated and, in case of changes to the route, the recalculation is extremely fast and accurate. No more stops along the way to deploy huge seedlings, therefore, although it is always good practice to equip yourself equally with a paper map, especially in case of long journeys to less known areas.

How to use satellite navigators?

The use of navigators is extremely intuitive: thanks to the touch screen, in fact, you can set any option directly on the display just like a smartphone. Before leaving, you can choose how to use voice or video. With the first, a reassuring voice will explain in detail the roads to be covered and the maneuvers to be carried out, such as lane changes or turns. The video mode adds the display on the display of the roads on which you are traveling, with an overview enlarged to the next two hundred meters (which can be changed through the zoom button). In the latter case, however, you can opt to have only the view, excluding the vocal accompaniment (which can sometimes be a trouble for the guide). At this point proceed by entering the desired destination, through the options "address", "city" or "places of interest", choosing the route options between the shortest, the fastest or a route without payment of tolls. Without this, all that remains is to turn on the engine and click on the "go" button to enjoy the trip with the help of our impeccable virtual assistant.

How to choose a satnav?

- Evaluate the size of the screen according to your needs: a good compromise between the width of the view and size is given for example by screens with sizes between 4 and 5 inches

- Consider any additional features (bluetooth technology, 3D visualization, speed camera function and so on)

- Inquire about the possibility of having free and automatic updates (some companies require a specific paid subscription)