What is GPS or Car Navigation Systems?

GPS or “Global Positioning Satellite”, called “car navigation system” in Japan, is intended to refer to a receiver that receives specific location information from a group of 24 satellites in the sky.  The GPS Receiver is used to tell a person where they are located as well as to provide directions to any location entered by the user.

In Japan, the term “Passenger Seat Navi”  was coined to refer to the user of GPS or navigation systems by the passenger, allowing the driver to remain 100% focused on the road.

After purchasing a GPS receiver, there are usually no other charges except to update the map system in the unit.

 

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