From RISKS Digest:
A US tourist’s trip through Bavaria ended with an unexpected visit to a supermarket when his car’s navigation system led him straight through the store’s doors. He depended entirely on the navigation system and did not notice approaching the supermarket until entering it.
Am I the only one who think the car’s navigation system is totally irrelevant to this story? I mean, if you think you can drive through a city without looking out the window, should you really be allowed to drive at all?