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Bert and Ernie available on TomTom

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Gaining trust in your Sat Nav can be a long, complicated process. It's tough not to lose your temper as your robotic guide insists you should turn left into a brick wall.

But imagine if those, often innaccurate, directions came from the mouths of Bert and Ernie. Even as you're plummeting down a cliff to your fiery death, you'd still be wearing a huge grin and thinking of your youth.

The Sesame Street alumni have lent their vocal skills to a new downloadable audio pack for TomTom, following in the footsteps of Darth Vader, Homer Simpson, Bugs Bunny and, ermmm, Snopp Dogg. You can see them both recording it below and pick it up for yourself right here.

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