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Every Trip Is a Journey – Part 1


Meet Tom. He just returned from a wonderful 2 week trip in Ireland. With 4 rental cars and 10 people – I mean come on, who doesn’t love a family vacation?

Trip planning: Where to go?

Tom used CoPilot for 18 trips to different destinations across the country. These trips included finding the typical rural towns throughout his journey, provided Tom spelled them correctly. With CoPilot he just had to type in the name of the place and the city…it’s that easy.

All of the tech savvy people had their own navigation system so they could show it off and win the super traveler award but Tom kept a low profile.  After a few trips to places like the Blue Stack mountains, the bad routes from the first car using an alternative GPS app (you know that one that uses wifi…that rhymes with ‘Oogle’)  brought everyone to a screeching halt.

This is when things get interesting…

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His brother-in-law got kicked out of the first car and had to walk along the edge of a cliff to Tom’s car.  He asked Tom to swap with him in the front car and told Tom to bring his phone with CoPilot.  I think it’s safe to say, the previously mentioned GPS app was not working. Driving in and out of cell signals only leads to one thing-you get lost!

With CoPilot, Tom knew he would be safe with offline navigation for the rest of the trip. Stay tuned to find out how Tom’s journey continued…

 

One comment on “Every Trip Is a Journey – Part 1

  • Candido Mendez Lopez says:

    Hi my name is Candido and I want to say that I am very happy with copilot is the best navigator that I ever had and I am still using it, works very good specially where is no GPS signal like in the middle of Central city of Philadelphia. I always use it in Puerto Rico, It worked fine in Puerto Rico. When the GPS navigator stop working this is where COPILOT come to help you, like a big pro because it don’t need GPS signal for work and to take you to your destination. My feedback for Copilot it’s over 100% great. Believe me it really works.

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