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net asset value
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abbreviation for
(Accounting & Book-keeping) net asset value
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1. naval.
2. navigation.


net asset value.
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Simon Henrick, from the Green Flag breakdown firm, said: "Sat navs canZafar literally send you down the wrong path."
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A staggering 83% of British drivers have admitted to being misled by their Sat Navs, resulting in over half the country (52%) screaming at their devices.
THE sat nav manufacturers should have some blame when things go wrong, but the fact is too many people use them when they do not have to.
Rather than solving in-car quarrels, research by Churchill Car Insurance reveals eight per cent of men have argued with another passenger about the sat nav itself.
Rather than solving squabbles, the research reveals one in 10 of the UK's 13 million sat nav users have argued with another passenger about the system itself.