Do you drive a lot? Thinking of buying an in-car GPS device? Or do you just love tech and have always dreamed of being a part of the product testing process? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might be interested in a new program that Dash Navigation announced today. The company is recruiting 2,000 drivers to road test its innovative portable navigation system, the Dash Express, before the product is officially launched later in the fall. Just as a quick refresher, the Dash Express is the first Internet-connected car GPS system and offers Yahoo Local search, traffic information based on historical data and input from other Dash users, dynamic destination information (latest gas prices, movie times, and so on), a send-to-car feature, and automatic updates that are practically invisible to the owner. You can see the Express in action from our CES 2007 video below.