Or why not let the Scottish comedian take you to where you want to go?
In his Glaswegian accent, he makes quips like: "After 300 yards you have reached your destination. You may thank me and remember that without me none of this would have been possible and you would have been hopelessly lost", "Toll charge. I'm only doing my job. Don't shoot the messenger" or "Turn around when possible. It is advisable to turn your entire car around. Do not just turn around inside the car."
Speaking about his immortalisation in the format, he said: "You'll take the high road and I'll take the low road, and I'll be in Scotland afore ye with my wee canny sat nav."
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