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Increased efficiency by delivery firms could cut CO2 emissions by 54m kilograms

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An overall increase in efficiency by delivery and courier firms could cut CO2 emissions by 54 million kilograms in 2018, research by What3words suggests.

The addressing firm also found that despite nearly three-quarters (71%) of UK motorists using satellite navigation in their cars, 87% do not trust it to get them to the right destination every time.

The survey also found that more than a quarter (27%) of drivers end up in the wrong place when following a sat nav to a traditional postal address.

Location accuracy, clunky interfaces and issues around speech recognition are among the main problems reported by sat nav users.

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