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Funny pronunciations by the GPS Lady

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Tractor Man's Comment
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There is a TA in Coachella California. My GPS pronounces TA "tah". It was a regular fuel stop with SWIFT. The GPS Lady would say, "You have arrived at Taco Chella, fill up." Always made me hungry for Mexican Food!!!

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Jim J's Comment
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She pronounces Wichita KS as Whah chee tah. My 2nd trainer and I had driven through Kansas several times before I finally figured out it was Wichita. LOL!

JJ

Reaper's Comment
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There was a video i saw from allie knight on youtube. Her gps had said

NAH-VAH-DEE-YAA

Instead of navada

Gladhand's Comment
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My favorite was colorado. She says Color-ah-doe

Rainy D.'s Comment
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Mine said for Tacony-Palmyra bridge

Should be "ta CONE E". She said " TACK a knee"

And Palmyria is "pal MY rah" she said "Palm meera"

Cwc's Comment
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One of my prior codrivers had a Rand McNally that sounded like it was asking "You tall?" When entering or exiting Utah.

Tractor Man's Comment
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I had a delivery on Commerce Center Dr. "In a quarter mile, turn right on Commerce Center Doctor"

Pete B.'s Comment
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Down here in Ecuador, the GPS lady mispronounces every single Spanish word. Most gringos don't mind, they (we) mispronounce them too! It drives my wife nuts... she's 1/2 Chilean, and speaks the Spanish fluently.

Pianoman's Comment
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Last time I went through there it didn't say it, so maybe it was fixed, but it pronounces Cincinnati "Sin-sin-naughty"

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Anchorman's Comment
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Love's Travel Stop 201 E. Hwy 54, Hwy 54 Exit Hwy 94, Hooker, OK 73945

This was a new location when I first went to it. The new address was not found by my GPS at that time so I just used the city itself to get me to the general area. When I arrived my GPS informed me that I was "arriving at HOOKER on the left".

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