Vehicles have been a brilliant invention, allowing us to get from A to B in just a couple of minutes. However, getting from A to be can be quite daunting, especially if you don’t know the route.
SAT NAVS’, therefore were then put in place to ensure that the drive, wouldn’t be as tricky as one would think. As you can see technology has sadly begun taking over almost everything we do now, not much anymore is done by ourselves with it being handed to us on a platter. Which to me personally needs to change sooner rather than later.
Just being sat at my Rattan Dining Chair, typing this blog up has opened up a huge can of worms, showcasing how strong I feel about this topic. For instance, when a car now breaks down and you call the AA, they will no longer assess or attempt to fix the vehicle at the side of the road anymore. The main reason for this is, nearly half of the cars on roads are now run electronically and requires other technical tools to solve the issue.
Now, I am not saying I don’t use the odd gadget here and there to make my tasks that bit easier, as if I said ‘i didn’t’ I would be a liar. However, if I’m traveling somewhere via transport then I usually go to the Wooden Bookcase, to pull out a map, checking the route before i hit the road, meaning the dependency on the SAT NAV will be slim.
The main topic of this blog is to express, don’t rely on technology too much sometimes it can cause more issues than it’s worth. So as this blog comes to an end so does the day, on that note I will see you all tomorrow for the next daily blog.