GPS Leads to Lower Gas Prices

A GPS maker advances development of the navigation gadget. Its newest technology employs real-time gas prices to help users find the cheapest gas station. So consumers can shave dollars off their next gas bill after spending hundreds for the device.

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STEVE INSKEEP, host:

We might be delusional about our bad investments, but it is hard to ignore how much money we're pouring into our gas tanks. So our last word in business is GPS. A company that makes those navigation devices says its newest technology uses real-time gas prices to help you find the cheapest gas station on the map, so you can go there and shave dollars off your next gas bill and save money - after you've spent $500 for the device.

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