what is a good software to use to auto-log via gps?
i have streets and trips 2006 for navi, can i do something like that with it?
Well bottomline is the dealer can say no and then the burden is on you to take them to court.... Which costs $$, so in the end you mine as well just pay for your repairs...Originally Posted by techy101
In the world of tinkering you gotta pay to play....
[Routis '04] [Opus 90W] [160GB Maxtor HD]
[Lilliput 7" TS] [VIA M10000] [XMPCR]
[512MB RAM] [Custom housing]
[Deluo GPS Mouse] [E-MU 0404 Soundcard]
Progress Meter: [==============|] 99.9%
thats awesome to hear man, i wish i had something like that in my car, even though none would even thing of driving it, let alone that fast
same questionOriginally Posted by gameboy
Freedrive. look in the software section.
106 may be illegal there but it is hardly abuse unless you have some clapped out banger.
I assume all Nav software creates and stores a log. It would only be a question of getting the software to start with the front-end so it can start logging with out the need for a person to launch it.Originally Posted by techy101
That's a pretty big assumption. I think iGuidance can record, but doesn't do it automatically, you'd have to manually turn on the track.Originally Posted by Silentbob343
FD can be set to record every time you start it, and to have any prog start with the PC, just drag a shortcut into Start>Programs>Startup.
It's not that the car can't do 106, on the contrary, it's quite happy at those speeds. The issue is that someone who was supposed to be checking for something that's no where near those speeds decided to drive it that fast.Originally Posted by ElKeeed