You might get a kick out of this.
Eighteen months ago, I bought a new SUV. It wasn’t the top of the line “high tech” model but it met all my needs and more.
The problem I ran into was, I never took time to read the manual on how to operate all the fancy new electronics that are now standard in most cars.
The way I see it is, cars are basically a means of transportation, Right? You know, getting us from point A to point B?
Turns out I’m way behind the times when it comes to “auto-technology.” That was proven when, (after driving my car for over 1 ½ years) I finally figured out how to use the Bluetooth…and that happened by accident.
Another thing that drove me crazy was when I tried to use Google maps for directions.
What a disaster.
I programmed in the address and listened to the nice lady give me instructions on where to go. Everything seemed fine.
But then I made a wrong turn.
The pleasant lady turned into a psycho and repeatedly told me to “make a U-turn at the next light and….”
After about 5 or 6 times of hearing “Make a U-turn,” I found myself screaming at the console, “I MADE THE U-TURN SO SHUT UP, LADY.”
What made it worse, I couldn’t figure out how to stop her from correcting me (and we all know how guys hate being told how to drive). So, I pulled over and turned the car off.
Has this ever happened to you? (Or am I just out of touch?)
My question was answered when my son showed me (in about 5 minutes) how simple it was to operate.
My point is, I love how technology gives us so many conveniences we never had before. However, if you don’t understand how to use it, you’ll be frustrated by it.
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