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"Nokia’s Navteq digital map provider revealed the results of the study conducted by the social science research company NuStats over the sat-nav systems' utility. Results showed that drivers using navigation devices use up to 12 percent less fuel than those without a GPS (measured in liters of fuel consumed per 100 kilometers) and have also reduced the quantity of carbon dioxide emissions by 24 percent. The study evaluated three group of drivers from two metropo..." Continue Reading →
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