Nagivator (næg-uh-vay-der) n. A spouse who sits beside the driver of a car and criticizes his or her driving more than helping with the navigation.
Sometimes there are drivers who just love to drive alone, especially the ones whom are married to a nagivator. We’ve seen them on movies, and they tend to be the butt of jokes on late night shows or old variety shows. The nagivator could be the old hag some poor sap married when he was much younger, and she was a cute little thing, unwise to the ways of the world. The nagivator could be some overbearing dude whose wife gets a little scatter-brained behind the wheel when he’s around. Nagivation is a two-way street, and it seems they want to make sure that their chauffeur/spouse does not stray from the road. it is surprising that many of these drivers just don’t pull over and let their not-so better halves take over the driving. Maybe there just isn’t too much further to go, or maybe they are just going to fast and have Carpool Tunnel Syndrome, and their vision has become sort of narrowed and focused on the one track that leads them to a personal salvation of getting where they need to be to temporarily lose their nagivator. If this is the case, do you blame them?