Though helpful, GPS can direct you towards "short" routes that're nonetheless slammed by traffic, or push you towards Mobils that don't stock luscious, puckery Gummy Lips. Complete the picture with a Dash.
Dropping today, Dash is the first GPS to maintain a constant internet connection, providing you with an accessible stream of on-the-go info so long as your unit doesn't get disgustingly preoccupied watching old dudes getting it on ("Lemon Party!"). This connectivity brings twin advantages: first, it augments your directions with up-to-the-moment deets on restaurants, theaters, and other businesses: stuff like gas prices and movie times, so you won't miss a second of Djimon Hounsou as the new Pat Morita. Uniquely, your Dash'll also communicate with every other Dash on the road to aggregate composites of road speeds and traffic volumes on both freeways and surface streets, letting you know which routes are running slow, and which you should avoid lest other drivers curse your 40mph freeway steez.
Right now, there are 2,000 tester units nationwide, but due to the collective nature of the info, as more are added service will improve, and plentiful Gummy Lips will become a distant, piquant memory.