Airspace4All has published an updated version of this guide, which was first published by FASVIG.
Copies of the accompanying Good Navigation Safety Sense Quick Reference Card have been distributed as an insert with a number of general aviation magazines.

Development of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS – commonly known as GPS), and new equipment running sophisticated software, has given pilots the ability to navigate accurately, providing a helping hand to traditional dead reckoning skills. However, the vulnerability of GPS and the erosion of traditional skills can put the unwary in jeopardy.

This guide explains how you can safely integrate GPS into traditional navigation techniques. It will help you navigate with increased confidence, enabling you to better enjoy your flying.

Read the Guide here: