A survey shows that the confusing instructions in the cut are wasting 29 hours of driver's lives every year.
But navigation systems have their flaws – and a survey shows that a relatively large part of the drivers have a strained relationship to the technology.
It is the british bildelningstjänsten My Taxi, which has conducted a survey.
For a one-way communication with the car navigation seems to bring rage behind the wheel.
Close to half, 47 percent, reported that they sometimes become so upset that they ended up in a verbal dispute with the gps:a – and 31 per cent admitted that they have shouted to the system, as if it were a real person.
In the survey said 27 percent to confusing instructions is what irritates most.