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  • UK learners must be able to use a sat nav
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UK learners must be able to use a sat nav

When did you last use a paper map to find your way? Nowadays, you're more likely to turn to CityMapper or Google Maps. And British driving tests will be getting an update to reflect this; learners must demonstrate the capability to follow directions from a sat nav during their exam.

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