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Using GPS (global positioning system) is a fact of modern life—whether it's on your smartphone, built into your car, or as a stand-alone portable navigation device that can be moved from car to car.

Most of us are familiar with how GPS makes travel easier.

GPS devices came with a removable, non-rewritable SD card, which stored all the maps that the device referred to, to guide users.

Updating these maps, in case they got outdated, or in case one was planning to drive to a new country, was a hassle, because one had to purchase a new card from the website, and then had to wait until it was shipped to him or her. With non-compatibility of software and maps across earlier and newer model releases to the official website for customer support for their GPS devices just vanishing off the internet, sparking rumors that the company went out of business or was bought out by competing GPS device-manufacturing company, have a very good reputation, if reviews are to be trusted.

But roads change, new developments pop up and new routes are built.