@Rawhead - I'm onboard with getting lost - 100%.
Many years ago, I flew to PA with a friend who was buying a used Porsche. This was before smart phones and GPS in cars - but my mom loaned me her portable Nav system. Once out of town, my buddy asked me to drive. ( Our goal was CA - we had 3 days of driving )
I start driving and take off.. and he freaks out.. "Where are you going - I don't have the GPS set up yet."
"I'm going to California man -- it's 3 days that way ( I point West )
"Stop. Pull over. Let's get this GPS set up."
I had no words at that point and pulled over -- not knowing what I was in for over the next three days.
I ignored the GPS any chance I got just to see if I could trigger a similar response. I never did let on that I was doing it on purpose. He figured I didn't know what I was doing. The yells of "Hey, what are you doing?" ensued.
The 944 seats went quite flat and we got a lot of sleep while the other was driving.
As I knew we might, we made it back. The GPS recorded a top speed of 134 in Montana. Hope the radiator leak in Utah wasn't my fault. We got it sorted and made it home.
A couple of months after we got home somebody ran a red light and took his front end off.
Years later when he asked me to make another trip like this, I politely declined.