Have you ever got lost and not been able to find your way to your destination? Well, a device called a GPS (Global Positioning System) was invented. Here is how to use the GPS if you’ve got a new one.
Buy a GPS. TomTom, Magellan Roadmate, and Garmin are currently popular GPS models. They should cost under $170 (US), generally between $120 and $150, depending on the model.
Turn on the GPS.
Choose a destination by entering an address or search for things if you don't know the address.
Follow the directions of the GPS. If you want, there are options to alter the route.
Arrive at your destination.
There are options/settings available on your GPS, so, if you want, change the settings.
Add some favorites to your GPS. If you go somewhere frequently and need the directions, put the destination on there.