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Northern Thailand: GPS led Bangkok tourists into the abyss - four seriously injured


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Where ever the GPS guides you, driving is still reliant on a switch on person behind the wheel.    This is just crappy driving... the GPS leading them to a poorer quality road is nothing mor

the car, the road, the GPS. nothing is responsible for this incident except for humans.     

Thank God the world has been explored by men with intelligence, intuition, imagination, courage and absolutely no need for a bloody GPS.   

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That is quite possible depending on how the GPS was set up. If it was set for no main highways and off roading then it was not the fault of the GPS but that of the driver and whoever set up the GPS.

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16 hours ago, rooster59 said:

GPS was blamed for guiding them to a treacherous stretch of road in Na Meun district between Nan and Phrae. 

As you use your GPS navigator you no longer have to keep an eye on where you go?
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18 hours ago, rooster59 said:

GPS was blamed for guiding them to a treacherous stretch of road in Na Meun district between Nan and Phrae.

And the police swallow it hook, line and sinker!  Every time!

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