What is GPS and Who Owns It?
Everyone makes mistakes. And we’ve all gotten lost. Back in the day, it used to be that Mom had a huge, unfolded, small-print map on her lap sitting in the passenger seat, and Dad impatiently asking for directions while motoring along. Occasionally that caused many turnarounds and sometimes, tirades. And navigating at night was literally a nightmare. When global positioning system units (GPS) first came out, the costs were prohibitive and only the richer among us could afford them.