Hoboken GPS spottings November 2013

Hoboken GPS – Go ahead, rely on the robot…

Common Sense with Hoboken GPS unitsContinuing the monthly “PSA Photo Gallery,” Hoboken GPS Spottings (a reminder that it is completely moronic to EVER leave your GPS units behind in your vehicles.) No matter what time of day or night, it’s just not a good idea. Like leaving money on the dash!

Remember, never makes sense to leave valuables in plain sight. And this goes for the brackets – and even the suction cup marks they leave behind. “Hiding” your junk in the car won’t prevent damage.

Again, some great Christmas gift suggestions:

  1. For those who have become reliant on such “technology…” A paper road atlas! That is, of course, if they still know how to read, etc.
  2. Those who’ve recently had their GPS stolenjust buy them a new one!

I’m telling you all – you really ought to find more ways to rely less on technology – and more on the brain God gave you!

About Hoboken GPS spottings

The Hoboken GPS Spotting feature exists, not for the purpose of publicly “shaming” anyone, but rather to raise awareness that it’s not in your best interest to leave items of value in plain sight. If people chose common sense over convenience or carelessness, perhaps we can provide fewer opportunities for petty criminals to get away with an easy grab.

If this feature just saves one person from being victimized, then it’s worth it to me.

What do you prefer? The hassle of filing a police report and fixing your car? Or taking a few seconds of extra time to prevent it?

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RyanR
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RyanR

I hate GPS’s anyway. I still use paper maps. I’ve never seen one actually give you trustworthy directions. I’ve had 2 friends visit me from Rockland County and their GPS told them to go across the GWB and then through the Lincoln Tunnel to get to Hoboken. And because they’re GPS slaves they did it. I guess they turn you into a moron. And if you leave them in your car you’re an even bigger moron.

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