Suddenly every car I’m driven in seems to have some form of GPS direction finder. In some cases you key the address you want into the TomTom.
In others you simply speak it out loud. In both cases a female voice tells you in detail where you need to turn, which lane to be in, and which exit to take from the roundabout. If an unexpected road closure obliges you to disobey, they quickly compensate and issue new instructions. I’ve also driven with someone using an app on their phone to get directions. ‘They” tell me TomTom is cheap, easily updated, and will get you there faster.
I can see the attraction if you were in a strange area, but I always allow plenty of travel time, and plan to stick to my trusty map book for the forseeable future. Do you have a digital driving assistant?
“Although it may be somewhat slow
my map book tells me where to go.”