By Matthew Jones LONDON, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Satellite navigation systems may be the latest "must have" car gadgets but London's cab drivers, who have to pass the world's toughest taxi exam, are not impressed. While hundreds of thousands of the high-tech guidance systems are sold in Britain every year -- despite some reports of software glitches that have sent drivers down one-way streets or up impassable mountain tracks -- most cabbies in London prefer to rely on their own brain power. ...
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