Five Million Using Outdated Maps

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A survey by Trafficmaster, a travel information company based in the United Kingdom, has found that nearly 5 million drivers in that country use maps created before the year 2000.  One percent (138,000) of drivers use, astonishingly enough, maps created before 1950!  Three percent of the 2,196 adults surveyed said they could not read maps, while one in five have now ditched their road atlas in favor of other technologies such as online mapping directions and GPS systems.

  • Five million drivers using outdated maps – TrafficMaster


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