It also has the ability to change maps while you are driving, with five corrections to make note of construction and other changes. You can also connect the GPS to your home computer to let other people know about the corrections. The second noteworthy new feature is the ability to record your own voice for the step-by-step instructions. You could also record your friends’ and family’s voices to guide you.
It might be cool to hear your friends’ voices, but I don’t think I want to hear myself talking to me. That may be odd.
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