I'm looking for two people

  Forum Editor 22:57 12 Jun 10
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who drive more than a few miles each day. It may be that you visit different locations in the course of your work - visiting customers, or making deliveries for instance.

You must be prepared to test a Satnav device for a week or so and report back on your findings. Email me if you're interested; I'll select two people who I think will be suitable candidates.

Please don't apply by posting in this thread, and do NOT apply unless you drive daily to various locations where a Satnav would be of use. The idea is to give the equipment a real test - we aren't looking for people who nip up the road to do a bit of shopping.

  rdave13 23:02 12 Jun 10

One has to be WTM surely? :)

  Forum Editor 23:04 12 Jun 10

The idea is that people volunteer themselves.

  rdave13 23:12 12 Jun 10

Of course.

  rdave13 23:30 12 Jun 10

Title a bit vague?
Possibly a mention of Sat-Nav might get more responses?

  Forum Editor 23:31 12 Jun 10

it will be fine.

  rdave13 23:37 12 Jun 10

As you are the thread starter I humbly apologise for my suggestion.

  WhiteTruckMan 00:11 13 Jun 10

privately put my name foreward. If selected I will be most curious to see if the limitations caused by the type of vehicles I drive would be catered for (mainly height and weight, but there are others).

WTM

  Forum Editor 00:19 13 Jun 10

who have volunteered so far. I'll be in touch via email.

I should make it clear that this thread is not to be used for any discussions about the equipment we'll be testing - this is a magazine project, and the results of your labours will initially be published in print.

  Forum Editor 17:44 14 Jun 10

We now have our testers, so I'm locking this thread.

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

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