TRAX4300
In-Car Navigation
OWNER’S MANUAL
Thank you for purchasing this Uniden product. Read the Quick Start Guide first and start using your
device right away. This document is the detailed description of the navigation software. You can easily
discover your device while you are using it; however, we still recommend that you read this manual to
fully understand the screens and the features of your software.
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Table of Contents
What Do I Do First?
5
Make Sure These Items Arrived in the Box
5
Plug it in
5
Hardware Keys
6
How Do I Put It in My Car?
7
Safety considerations
7
Attaching the windshield mount
7
Adjusting the windshield mount
8
Mounting on the windshield
8
1 Warnings and Safety information
9
2 Getting started
10
2.1 Startup screen: the Navigation menu
12
2.2 Hardware buttons
12
2.3 Buttons and other controls on the screen
13
2.3.1 Using keyboards
14
2.3.2 Beyond single screen tap
14
2.4 Map screen
15
2.4.1 Navigating on the map
15
2.4.2 Position markers
17
2.4.2.1 Vehimarker and Lock-on-Road
17
2.4.2.2 Selected location (Cursor) in Find on Map
17
2.4.3 Objects on the map
17
2.4.3.1 Streets and roads
17
2.4.3.2 Turn Preview and next street
18
2.4.3.3 Lane information and Signposts
19
2.4.3.4 3D object types
19
2.4.3.5 Elements of the active route
20
2.4.4 Manipulating the map
20
2.4.5 Quick menu
22
2.4.6 Checking the details of the current position (Where Am I?)
23
3 Navigating
25
25
3.1 Selecting the destination of a route
3.1.1 Entering an address or part of an address
25
3.1.1.1 Entering an address
25
3.1.1.2 Entering the midpoint of a street as the destination
28
3.1.1.3 Selecting an intersection as the destination
30
3.1.1.4 Selecting a city/town centre as the destination
32
3.1.1.5 Entering an address with a postal code
34
3.1.1.6 Tips on entering addresses quickly
36
3.1.2 Selecting the destination from the Places of Interest
36
3.1.2.1 Selecting the destination from the Places of Interest with Quick search
37
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3.1.2.2 Selecting the destination from other Places of Interest by name
39
3.1.2.3 Selecting the destination from other Places of Interest by category
41
3.1.2.4 Selecting nearby assistance from ‘Where Am I?’
44
3.1.3 Selecting a map location as the destination
46
3.1.4 Selecting the destination from your Favourites
46
3.1.5 Selecting the most likely destination (Smart History)
47
3.1.6 Selecting the destination from the History
48
3.2 Viewing the entire route on the map
49
3.3 Checking the route parameters
49
3.4 Modifying the route
50
3.4.1 Replacing the destination of the route
50
3.4.2 Setting a new starting position for the route
51
3.4.3 Pausing the active route
52
3.4.4 Deleting the active route
52
3.4.5 Changing the route planning method
52
3.4.6 Checking the route alternatives
53
3.4.7 Changing the vehicle used in route planning
55
3.4.8 Changing the road types used in route planning
56
3.5 Adding the destination of the route to Favourites
57
3.6 Watching the simulation of the route
58
4 Reference Guide
60
4.1 Concepts
60
4.1.1 Smart Zoom
60
4.1.2 Daytime and night colour themes
60
4.1.3 Colour theme in tunnels
60
4.1.4 Route calculation and recalculation
60
4.1.5 Road Safety Cameras
61
4.1.5.1 Camera types
60
4.1.5.2 Camera directions
60
4.1.6 Speed limit warning
63
4.1.7 Battery and GPS position quality indicators
63
4.2 ‘More’ menu
64
4.3 Settings menu
65
4.3.1 Route settings
66
4.3.2 Sound settings
67
4.3.3 3D vehicle gallery
68
4.3.4 Colour themes
69
4.3.5 Set starting position
69
4.3.6 Regional settings
69
4.3.7 Content
70
5 Glossary
71
6 End User Licence Agreement
73
7 Limited One Year Warranty
77
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What Do I Do First?
Make Sure These Items Arrived in the Box
If anything listed here is missing or damaged,
contact your place of purchase immediately.
►► TRAX4300 GPS navigation device
Slide the power switch at the BOTTOM
of the device to the on position, and then
press the suspend
button at the TOP of
the device to turn the navigation on or off.
Part 1
Part 2
►► DC (car) adapter
►► Windshield Mount (2 part)
►► USB cable
►► OM CD-ROM
►► Quick Start Guide sheet
Plug it in
►► Connect the power adapter to the power connector on the lower left side of the device.
►► Plug the other end into your car’s cigarette lighter (or any standard 12VDC - 24VDC outlet).
►► Only use the power adapter that came with your device. Any other adapter might damage the
device.
►► Whenever it senses power coming in and the power
switch is on, the device charges the battery.
►► As soon as the power stops (for example, when you
unplug the adapter or turn off your car), the device
automatically shuts down. If you want it to stay on,
tap cancel on the screen during the Shutting down
message.
►► You can put the device into sleep
mode anytime you want: just push
the suspend
device.
button on top of the
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Hardware Keys
11 10
6
2
5
4
7
8
3
1
9
13 12
Ref
Component
Description
1
Touch Screen
Display the output on your device
2
LED
Blue--Charging; Off--full charged
3
N/A
N/A
4
External GPS antenna
connector
Use an optional external GPS antenna
5
Speaker
Send out music, sounds, and voice
6
Volume up/down button
Increase or decrease the volume level
7
SD card slot
SD card slot
8
Headphone connector
Connect to stereo headphones
9
Mini USB connector
Connect to the charger or USB cable
10
Menu button
Return to main menu
11
Suspend button
When the power switch is on (see ref 13 below) press
the suspend button to enter into or exit out of sleep
mode.
12
Reset hole
If the device fails to operate properly, try resetting the
device. Press the reset button by using the ball point
pen or a similar tool.
13
Power switch
For intial start up, push the power switch to the on
position to power the device.
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How Do I Put It in My Car?
Safety Considerations
►► Don’t install any device where it will block your view (including your mirrors!) while you’re driving.
►► Keep your attention on the road! Don’t try to operate or focus on any device while you’re driving.
If you have to concentrate on a device, pull off the road for a few minutes.
►► It’s a good idea to take valuable items with you when you leave you car—that includes GPS
devices. If you can’t take the device with you, lock it in the glove compartment or hide it
somewhere. And don’t forget to take down the windshield mount: you don’t want to remind any
potential thieves that you might have some valuable mobile electronics in the car.
Don’t leave the device in direct sunlight for a long period of time or where the temperature could
go above 60º C (140º F).
Attaching the windshield mount
►► Assemble the Windshield mount by slotting Part 2 onto Part 1.
Part 1
Part 2
►► Insert the bracket hook into the
notch at the bottom of the device.
►► Rotate the bracked up so
the head fits into the gap.
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Adjusting the Windshield Mount
►► Bend the windshield mount arm to a suitable angle for mounting.
Mounting on the Windshield
Make sure the device does not block your view of the road or your mirrors.
Once you decide where you want the device, hold the suction cup in that position, then adjust the
mount so you have the best view of the device.
1) Press the suction cup flat against the windshield.
2) Push the suction lock up (towards the suction cup) until it snaps into place.
3) Gently pull on the mount to make sure it is secure.
If you have trouble getting the suction cup to stick:
►► Clean the spot with an ammonia-free cleanser.
►► Dry the spot completely (use a lint-free cloth, if possible).
►► Make sure the spot is smooth and flat (suction cups won’t stick well on a curved or textured
surface).
Removing the windshield mount
When you release the suction latch, make sure you’re holding or somehow supporting the
device.
Lift the suction latch and use the plastic pull tab to pull the suction cup off of the glass.
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1 Warnings and Safety information
This software is a navigation system that helps you find your way to your destination with the built-in
GPS receiver. The software does not transmit your GPS position; others cannot track you.
It is important that you look at the display only when it is safe to do so. If you are the driver of the
vehicle, we recommend that you operate your software before you start your journey. Plan the route
before your departure and stop if you need to change the route.
You must obey the traffic signs and follow the road geometry. If you deviate from the recommended
route, your software changes the instructions accordingly.
Never place your device where it obstructs the driver’s view, where it is in the deployment zone of an
airbag or where it might cause injuries in an accident.
For more information, consult the End User Licence Agreement (page 73).
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2 Getting started
The software is optimised for in-car or pedestrian use. There is no need to use a stylus. You can use it
easily by tapping the screen buttons and the map with your fingertips.
When using the navigation software for the first time, an initial setup process starts automatically. Do
as follows:
1. Select the written language of the application interface. Later you can change it in Regional settings
(page 69).
2. Read and accept the End User Licence Agreement.
3. The Configuration wizard starts in the selected language. Tap
to continue.
4. Select the language and speaker used for voice guidance messages. Later you can change it in
Regional settings (page 69).
5. If needed, modify the time format, time zone and unit settings. Later you can change them in
Regional settings (page 69).
6. If needed, modify the default route planning options. Later you can change them in Route settings
(page 66).
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7. The initial setup is now complete. Tap
restarted later from the Settings menu (page 65).
to proceed. The Configuration wizard can be
8. You are offered to watch the Tutorial that leads you through the basic steps of navigation, or to run
Demo route simulations. To start using the software right away, you can tap
skip the tutorial as you can run it later from the ‘More’ menu (page 64).
to
9. After the initial setup, the Navigation menu appears and you can start using the software. This is the
screen you see every time navigation starts.
The typical way of using the software is to select a destination, and start navigating. You can select
your destination in the following ways:
•
Enter a full address or a part of an address, for example a street name without a house number or
the names of two intersecting streets (page 25).
•
Enter an address with postal code (page 34). This way you do not need to select the name of the
settlement and the search for street names might be faster as well.
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• Use a built-in Place of Interest as your destination (page 36).
• Select a location on the map with the Find on Map feature (page 46).
• Use a previously saved Favourite destination (page 46).
• Select a location from the History of previously used destinations (page 48).
2.1 Startup screen: the Navigation menu
The software starts with its main menu, the Navigation menu. From here you can reach all parts of the
software.
You have the following options:
to select your destination by entering an address or selecting a place of
• Tap
interest, a location on the map or one of your Favourite destinations. You can also look up your
recent destinations from the Smart History.
•
to display the route parameters and the route in its full length on the map.
Tap
You can also perform route-related actions such as cancelling your route, picking route alternatives,
simulating navigation or adding the destination to your Favourites. (This button remains inactive if
there is no destination given.)
to customise the way the navigation software works, watch the Demo &
• Tap
Tutorial, run some additional applications, or to get extra content from www.naviextras.com.
to start navigating on the map. The button itself is a miniature live map that
• Tap
shows your current position, the recommended route and the surrounding map area. Tap the button
to enlarge the map to the full screen.
2.2 Hardware buttons
You can use your software mostly by tapping the touch screen. The device has only a few hardware
buttons.
You can turn the your device on or off at any time. When the your device is switched off, your software
does not calculate your GPS position and it does not update the route or the driving instructions.
When you turn the device on again, your software continues navigating as soon as the GPS receiver
has determined your position.
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2.3 Buttons and other controls on the screen
When you are using the software, you usually tap buttons on the touch screen.
You only need to confirm selections or changes if the application needs to restart, it needs to perform
a major reconfiguration, or you are about to lose some of your data or settings. Otherwise, the
software saves your selections and applies the new settings without confirmation as soon as you use
the controls.
Type
Example
Description
How to use it
Button
Tap it to initiate a
function, to open a
new screen, or to set
a parameter.
Tap it once.
Button with
value
Some buttons display
the current value of
a field or setting. Tap
the button to change
the value. After the
change, the new
value is shown on the
button.
Tap it once.
Icon
Shows status
information.
Some icons also function
as a button. Tap them
once.
List
When you need to
select from several
options, they appear
in a list.
Move between pages
Slider
When a feature can
be set to different
values in a range, the
software shows an
indicator on a gauge
that displays and sets
the value.
• Drag the handle to
move the slider to its
new position.
• Tap the slider where
you want the handle to
appear; the thumb jumps
there.
Switch
When there are
only two choices, a
checkmark shows
whether the feature is
enabled.
Tap it to turn the switch
on or off.
Virtual
keyboard
Alphabetic and
alphanumeric
keyboards to enter
text and numbers.
Each key is a touch
screen button.
and
with the
buttons and tap the value
that you want.
Alternatively, grab the
list anywhere and slide
your finger up or down.
Depending on the speed
of the sliding, the list will
scroll fast or slow, only a
bit or till the end.
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2.3.1 Using keyboards
You only need to enter letters or numbers when you cannot avoid it. You can type with your fingertips
on the full-screen keyboards and you can switch between various keyboard layouts, for example
English, Greek or numerical.
Task
Switching to another keyboard
layout, for example from an English
keyboard to a Greek keyboard
Details
This cannot be done when you are already using the virtual
keyboard. You can do it in Regional settings (page 69).
Correcting your entry on the
keyboard
to remove the unneeded character(s).
Tap
Tap and hold the button to delete several characters or the
entire input string.
Entering a space, for example
between a first name and a family
name or in multi-word street names
Tap the empty button at the bottom centre of the screen.
Entering numbers and symbols
to switch to a keyboard offering numeric
Tap
and symbol characters.
Finalising the keyboard entry
(accepting the suggested search
result)
Finalising the keyboard entry
(opening the list of search results)
Finalising the keyboard entry (saving
your input)
Cancelling the keyboard entry
(returning to the previous screen)
Tap
.
Tap
.
Tap
.
Tap
.
2.3.2 Beyond single screen tap
You usually need to tap the screen only once. However, some useful features can be accessed with
combined touch screen tapping. Those are the following:
Tasks
Tapping and
holding the
screen
Instructions
Tap and keep pressing the following buttons to reach extra functions:
• Tap and hold
appears.
on list and menu screens: the Map screen
,
,
,
,
and
• Tap and hold any of the
buttons on the Map screen: you can rotate, tilt or scale the map continuously.
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Tasks
Instructions
on keyboard screens: you can delete several characters
• Tap and hold
quickly.
• Tap and hold
Gestures
(drag&drop)
or
in long lists: you can scroll pages continuously.
You need to drag and drop the screen only in cases like:
• Moving the handle on a slider.
• Scrolling the list: grab the list anywhere and slide your finger up or down.
Depending on the speed of the sliding, the list will scroll fast or slow, only a bit or till
the end.
• Moving the map in map browsing mode: grab the map, and move it in the desired
direction.
• Shortcut to open the Map screen: slide your finger from the bottom right corner to
the bottom left corner on any screen.
• Shortcut to open the Navigation menu: slide your finger from the top left corner to
the bottom left corner on any screen.
2.4 Map screen
2.4.1 Navigating on the map
The Map screen is the most frequently used screen of the software. A small live map is displayed on
button.
the startup screen, the Navigation menu, as a part of the
To enlarge this small map and open the Map screen, tap
.
The map is displayed in black and white when there is no GPS position:
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... or in full colour when the current position is available:
This map shows the current position (the Vehimarker, a blue arrow by default), the recommended
route (an orange line), and the surrounding map area.
There are screen buttons and data fields on the screen to help you navigate. During navigation, the
screen shows route information.
Tap the bottom left corner to see all three route data fields.
Tap any of the data fields to suppress others and display only the selected one. The data fields are
different when you are navigating an active route and when you have no specified destination (the
orange line is not displayed).
Data fields when cruising without a destination:
Field
Description
Shows your current speed given by the GPS receiver.
Shows the speed limit of the current road if the map contains it.
Shows the current time corrected with time zone offset. The accurate time
comes from the GPS satellites, and the time zone information comes from the
map or it can be set manually in Regional settings.
(The current time is always displayed in the top left corner of the high level
menu screens.)
Data fields when navigating a route:
Field
Description
Shows the distance you need to travel on the route before reaching your final
destination.
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Field
Description
Shows the time needed to reach the final destination of the route based on
information available for the remaining segments of the route.
The calculation cannot take into account traffic jams and other possible
delays.
Shows the estimated arrival time at the final destination of the route based on
information available for the remaining segments of the route.
The calculation cannot take into account traffic jams and other possible
delays.
2.4.2 Position markers
2.4.2.1 Vehimarker and Lock-on-Road
When your GPS position is available, the software marks your current position with the Vehimarker. By
default, this marker is a blue arrow, but you can change this icon in Settings.
The exact location of the Vehimarker depends on the vehicle type used for route calculation. The
vehicle type can be selected in Route settings (page 66).
• If you choose pedestrian: The Vehimarker is at your exact GPS position. The direction of the icon
shows your current heading.
• If you choose any of the vehicles: The Vehimarker may not show your exact GPS position and heading. If roads are near, it is aligned to the nearest road to suppress GPS position errors, and
the direction of the icon is aligned to the direction of the road.
2.4.2.2 Selected location (Cursor) in Find on Map
If you select a location on the map in Find on Map (page 46), the Cursor appears at the selected
point on the map. The Cursor is displayed with a radiating red dot (
levels.
) to make it visible at all zoom
The location of the Cursor can be used as the destination of the route.
2.4.3 Objects on the map
2.4.3.1 Streets and roads
The software shows the streets in a way that is similar to how the paper road maps show them. Their
width and colours correspond to their importance: you can easily tell a motorway from a small street.
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2.4.3.2 Turn Preview and next street
When navigating a route, the top section of the Map screen shows information about the next route
event (manoeuvre) and the next street or the next city/town.
There is a field in the top left corner that displays the next manoeuvre. Both the type of the event (turn,
roundabout, exiting motorway, etc.) and its distance from the current position is displayed.
A smaller icon shows the type of the second next manoeuvre if it is near the first one. Otherwise, only
the next manoeuvre is displayed.
Most of these icons are very intuitive. The following table lists some of the frequently shown route
events. The same symbols are used in both fields:
Icon
Description
Turn left.
Turn right.
Turn back.
Bear right.
Turn sharp left.
Keep left.
Continue straight in the intersection.
,
Enter roundabout. The layout of the roundabout and the number of the exit is
shown only for the next turn.
Enter motorway.
Exit motorway.
Board ferry.
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Icon
Description
Leave ferry.
Approaching the destination.
2.4.3.3 Lane information and Signposts
When navigating on multilane roads, it is important to take the appropriate lane in order to follow the
recommended route. If lane information is available in the map data, the software displays the lanes
and their directions using small arrows at the bottom of the map. Highlighted arrows represent the
lanes you need to take.
Where there is additional information available, signposts substitute arrows. Signposts are displayed
at the top of the map. The colour and style of the signposts are similar to the real ones you can see
above road or by the roadside. They show the available destinations and the number of the road the
lane leads to.
All signposts look similar when cruising (when there is no recommended route). When navigating a
route, only that signpost is displayed in vivid colours that points to the lane(s) to be taken; all others
are darker.
2.4.3.4 3D object types
Your software supports the following 3D object types:
Type
Description
3D terrain
3D terrain map data shows changes in terrain, elevations or depressions in the
land when you view the map in 2D, and use it to plot the route map in 3D when you
navigate. Hills and mountains are shown in the background of the 3D map, and
illustrated by colour and shading on the 2D map.
Elevated
roads
Complex intersections and vertically isolated roads (such as overpasses or bridges)
are displayed in 3D.
3D
landmarks
Landmarks are 3D artistic or block representations of prominent or well-known objects.
3D landmarks may not be part of the original software or they may need additional
activation. They are only available in selected cities and countries.
Check www.naviextras.com for details.
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2.4.3.5 Elements of the active route
Your software shows the route in the following way:
Symbol
Name
Description
Current GPS position and
Start point
Your current position displayed on the map.
• In pedestrian mode it is the exact GPS position.
• If a vehicle is selected for route calculation and
roads are near, the symbol is snapped onto the
nearest road.
Normally if GPS position is available, the route starts
from the current position. If there is no valid GPS
position, your software uses the last known position
as the start point.
Destination (end point)
The last point of the route.
Map colour
The map is vivid and colourful when GPS position
is available. Whenever the current position is not
available, the map turns grey. The software however
may still move the Vehimarker to show a possible but
not confirmed position.
Route colour
The route always stands out with its colour on the
map, both in daytime and in night colour mode.
Streets and roads that
are excluded from the
navigation
You can choose whether you want to use or avoid
certain road types (page 66). However, when your
software cannot avoid such roads, the route will
include them and it will show them in a colour that is
different from the route colour.
2.4.4 Manipulating the map
To browse the map during navigation, tap
. The map stops following the current position (the
Vehimarker, a blue arrow by default, is not locked in a fix position on the screen any more) and control
buttons appear to help you modify the map view.
Action
Moving the map
with drag&drop
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Button(s)
No buttons
Description
You can move the map in any direction: tap and hold
the map, and move your finger towards the direction
you want to move the map.
Action
Button(s)
Zooming in and out
,
Description
Changes how much of the map is displayed on the
screen.
your software uses high-quality vector maps that let you
examine the map at various zoom levels, always with
optimised content. It always displays street names and
other text with the same font size, never upside-down,
and you only see the streets and objects that you need.
Map scaling has a limit in 3D map view mode. If you
zoom out further, the map switches to 2D view mode.
Tap the button once to modify the view in large steps,
or tap and hold the button to modify it continuously and
smoothly.
Tilting up and down
Changes the vertical view angle of the map in 3D mode.
,
Rotating left and
right
Compass in 2D
map view mode
Compass in 3D
map view mode
Return to normal
navigation
Tap the button once to modify the view in large steps,
or tap and hold the button to modify it continuously and
smoothly.
Changes the horizontal view angle of the map.
,
,
,
Tap the button once to modify the view in large steps,
or tap and hold the button to modify it continuously and
smoothly.
The direction of the compass shows North. Tap the
button to switch to North-up view, then tap again to
rotate the map in the previous direction.
The direction of the compass shows North. Tap the
button to switch to North-up view, then tap again to
rotate the map in the previous direction.
Tap this button to move the map back to the current
GPS position. If the map has been rotated, automatic
map rotation is also re-enabled.
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2.4.5 Quick menu
The Quick menu is a selection of controls that are frequently needed during navigation. It can be
opened directly from the Map screen by tapping the map.
Buttons in the top row: These buttons are switches. Their current value is displayed on the button. Tap
any of the buttons to see all values.
Now tap any of the values and your selection takes immediate effect. The Map screen returns
automatically.
Buttons in the middle row: These buttons open new screens. Work on those screens, and when you
to return to the Map screen or tap and hold
get back here, tap
on any screen to return to the Map screen directly.
The buttons and their values on this screen are the following:
Button
Function
If you do not use the switches in the top row, you need to use this button
to return to the Map screen.
Master Volume slider
Adjusts the sound volume of the device. All sounds of the application are
affected.
Use the switch to mute all sounds of the device and then to re-enable
them again.
The map can be displayed in a perspective view (3D) or in a top-down
view (2D), and in 3D mode buildings can be displayed on the map.
Selectable values:
: The map is displayed in 3D (perspective) view. If 3D building
data is installed in the software, buildings are visible on the map.
: The map is displayed in 3D (perspective) view. Buildings are
suppressed.
: The map is displayed in 2D (top-down) view.
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Button
Function
The zoom level of the map can be set. Smart Zoom continuously zooms
the map in and out. This is a reference to the average zoom level.
Selectable values:
: The default zoom level. Smart Zoom modifies the zoom and tilt
levels to an optimal view for the current route situation.
: The zoom level is higher than the normal. All map elements are
displayed in large, a part of the surrounding area is not visible.
: The zoom level is lower than the normal. Map elemens become
smaller, but more of the surrounding area is shown.
Switches between the daytime and night colour themes. Selectable
values:
colours.
: The map and the menu screens are displayed in daytime
: The map and the menu screens are displayed in night colours.
: This enables your software to switch automatically between the
daytime and the night colour themes based on the current time and GPS
position a few minutes before sunrise, when the sky has already turned
bright, and a few minutes after sunset, before it becomes dark.
This button opens the list of Favourite destinations to select a new route
destination. This list can also be accessed from the Destination menu.
This button opens a special screen with information about the current
position and a button to search for nearby emergency or roadside
assistance. For details, see the next chapter.
2.4.6 Checking the details of the current position (Where Am I?)
Opened from the Quick menu, this screen contains information about the current position (or about the
last known position if GPS reception is not available) and a button to search for useful Places nearby.
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Information on this screen:
•
: Latitude and Longitude (coordinates of the current position in WGS84 format).
•
: Altitude (elevation information coming from the GPS receiver - often inaccurate).
•
: Address details (when available) of the current position.
•
: House number on the left.
•
: House number on the right.
•
: Shows whether the position is current, or the time left since it was last updated.
Besides these pieces of information, you can search for assistance near your current position.
Tap
to open a new screen for the Quick search:
The following services can be searched around the current position or the last known position:
•
: Car repair and roadside assistance services
•
: Medical and emergency services
•
: Police stations
•
: Cash dispensers
Tap any of the buttons, select a Place from the list, and navigate to it.
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3 Navigating
You can set up your route in different ways:
• If you need a route for immediate navigation, you can select the destination and start navigating to
it right away (normal navigation).
• You can also plan a route independently of your current GPS position or even without GPS
reception (to achieve this, you need to turn off the GPS receiver and set a new starting point in the
Settings menu - see page 51).
3.1 Selecting the destination of a route
The software offers you several ways of choosing your destination:
• Enter a full address or a part of an address, for example a street name without a house number or
the names of two intersecting streets (page 25). If you only know the street address and not the city/
town then see the tip on how to select ALL cities within the state (page 26).
• Enter an address with postal code (page 34). This way you do not need to select the name of the
settlement and the search for street names might be faster as well.
• Use a built-in Place of Interest as your destination (page 36).
• Select a location on the map with the Find on Map feature (page 46).
• Use a previously saved Favourite destination (page 46).
• Select a location from the History of previously used destinations (page 48).
3.1.1 Entering an address or part of an address
If you know at least a part of the address, it is the quickest way to select the destination of the route.
Using the same screen, you can find an address by entering:
• the exact address, including house number
• the centre of a city/town
• an intersection
• the midpoint of a street
• any of the above, starting the search with the postal code (page 34)
3.1.1.1 Entering an address
To enter an address as the destination, do as follows:
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
2. In the Navigation menu, tap the following buttons:
,
.
3. By default, the software proposes the country, state and settlement where you are. If needed, tap
the button with the name of the country, enter the first few letters of the country name on the keyboard,
and select a different one from the list. If you select a new country, you also need to select the state, or
select the name of the country where it stands without a state to search for an address in all its states.
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4. If you need to change the state, tap the button with the name of the state, enter the first few letters
of the state name, and and select a different state from the list.
5. If needed, select a new city/town (see below Tip to select ALL cities):
1. Tap the button with the name of the city/town, or if you have changed the country/state,
tap
2. Start entering the name of the city/town on the keyboard.
3. Find the city/town you need:
.
.
• The most likely city/town name is always shown in the input field. To accept it, tap
• If the desired name does not show up, the names that match the string appear in a list after
entering a couple of characters (to open the list of results before it appears automatically,
). Select the city/town from the list.
tap
To search ALL cities within a state, do not enter a city name but instead tap
TIP
.
6. Enter the street name:
.
1. Tap
2. Start entering the street name on the keyboard.
3. Find the street you need:
• The most likely street name is always shown in the input field. To accept it, tap
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.
• If the desired name does not show up, the names that match the string appear in a list
after entering a couple of characters (to open the list of results before it appears
). Select the street from the list.
automatically, tap
7. Enter the house number:
.
1. Tap
2. Enter the house number on the keyboard. (To enter letters, tap
to finish entering the address. (If the entered house number cannot be
3. Tap
found, the midpoint of the street is selected as the destination.)
).
8. (optional) There are long roads where house numbering is restarted at some point. This way the
same house number can appear twice or even more times on the same road. If this is the case, a list
appears after entering the house number. You need to select the appropriate address by the district/
suburb information.
9. After a short summary of the route parameters, the map appears with the selected destination in
the middle. The route is automatically calculated. Tap
modify route parameters, or tap
or
to
and start your journey.
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-
If you know that you will use this destination frequently, before tapping
,
and then
put the destination on the list of your Favourites first: tap
TIP
, and save the location. The map with the destination returns automatically.
Now you can start your journey.
3.1.1.2 Entering the midpoint of a street as the destination
You can navigate to the midpoint of a street if the house number is not available:
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
2. In the Navigation menu, tap the following buttons:
3.
,
.
By default, the software proposes the country, state and settlement where you are. If needed, tap the
button with the name of the country, enter the first few letters of the country name on the keyboard, and
select a different one from the list. If you select a new country, you also need to select the state, or
select the name of the country where it stands without a state to search for an address in all its states.
4. If you need to change the state, tap the button with the name of the state, enter the first few letters
of the state name, and and select a different state from the list.
5. If needed, select a new city/town:
1. Tap the button with the name of the city/town, or if you have changed the country/state,
tap
.
2. Start entering the name of the city/town on the keyboard.
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3. Find the city/town you need:
.
• The most likely city/town name is always shown in the input field. To accept it, tap
• If the desired name does not show up, the names that match the string appear in a list after
entering a couple of characters (to open the list of results before it appears automatically,
). Select the city/town from the list.
tap
6. Enter the street name:
.
1. Tap
2. Start entering the street name on the keyboard.
3. Find the street you need:
.
• The most likely street name is always shown in the input field. To accept it, tap
• If the desired name does not show up, the names that match the string appear in a list after
entering a couple of characters (to open the list of results before it appears automatically,
tap
). Select the street from the list.
7. Instead of entering the house number, tap
the destination.
. The midpoint of the street is selected as
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8. After a short summary of the route parameters, the map appears with the selected destination in
the middle. The route is automatically calculated. Tap
modify route parameters, or tap
or
to
and start your journey.
3.1.1.3 Selecting an intersection as the destination
To enter an address as the destination, do as follows:
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
2. In the Navigation menu, tap the following buttons:
3.
,
.
By default, the software proposes the country, state and settlement where you are. If needed, tap
the button with the name of the country, enter the first few letters of the country name on the
keyboard, and select a different one from the list. If you select a new country, you also need to
select the state, or select the name of the country where it stands without a state to search for an
address in all its states.
4. If you need to change the state, tap the button with the name of the state, enter the first few letters
of the state name, and and select a different state from the list.
5. If needed, select a new city/town:
1. Tap the button with the name of the city/town, or if you have changed the country/state,
tap
2. Start entering the name of the city/town on the keyboard.
3. Find the city/town you need:
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.
• The most likely city/town name is always shown in the input field. To accept it, tap
.
• If the desired name does not show up, the names that match the string appear in a list after
entering a couple of characters (to open the list of results before it appears automatically,
tap
). Select the city/town from the list.
6. Enter the street name:
.
1. Tap
2. Start entering the street name on the keyboard.
3. Find the street you need:
• The most likely street name is always shown in the input field. To accept it, tap
.
• If the desired name does not show up, the names that match the string appear in a list
after entering a couple of characters (to open the list of results before it appears
). Select the street from the list.
automatically, tap
7. Enter the intersecting street name:
1. Tap
.
• If only a few intersecting streets exist, their list appears immediately.
• In case of a longer street, a keyboard screen appears. Start entering the name of the
intersecting street on the keyboard. As soon as the street names that match the entered
string can be shown on one screen, their list appears automatically. Select from the list.
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8. After a short summary of the route parameters, the map appears with the selected destination in
the middle. The route is automatically calculated. Tap
modify route parameters, or tap
or
to
and start your journey.
3.1.1.4 Selecting a city/town centre as the destination
The city/town centre is not the geometric centre of the settlement but an arbitrary point the map
creators have chosen. In towns and villages, it is usually the most important intersection; in larger
cities, it is one of the important intersections.
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
2. In the Navigation menu, tap the following buttons:
,
.
3. By default, the software proposes the country, state and settlement where you are. If needed, tap
the button with the name of the country, enter the first few letters of the country name on the keyboard,
and select a different one from the list. If you select a new country, you also need to select the state, or
select the name of the country where it stands without a state to search for an address in all its states.
4. If you need to change the state, tap the button with the name of the state, enter the first few letters
of the state name, and and select a different state from the list.
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5. If needed, select a new city/town:
1. Tap the button with the name of the city/town, or if you have changed the country/state,
tap
2. Start entering the name of the city/town on the keyboard.
3. Find the city/town you need:
.
.
• The most likely city/town name is always shown in the input field. To accept it, tap
• If the desired name does not show up, the names that match the string appear in a list
after entering a couple of characters (to open the list of results before it appears
automatically, tap
). Select the city/town from the list.
6. Instead of entering the street name, tap
town becomes the destination of the route.
. This way the centre of the displayed city/
7. After a short summary of the route parameters, the map appears with the selected destination in
the middle. The route is automatically calculated. Tap
modify route parameters, or tap
or
to
and start your journey.
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3.1.1.5 Entering an address with a postal code
All of the above address searching possibilities can be performed with entering the postal code instead
of the settlement name. Find below an example with a full address:
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
2. In the Navigation menu, tap the following buttons:
3.
,
.
By default, the software proposes the country, state and settlement where you are. If needed, tap
the button with the name of the country, enter the first few letters of the country name on the
keyboard, and select a different one from the list. If you select a new country, you also need to
select the state, or select the name of the country where it stands without a state to search for an
address in all its states.
4. If you need to change the state, tap the button with the name of the state, enter the first few letters
of the state name, and and select a different state from the list.
5. Enter a new city/town using its postal code:
1. Tap the button with the name of the city/town, or if you have changed the country/state,
tap
.
2. Tap
to open the numeric keypad.
3. Start entering the postal code.
4. Find the city/town you need:
• The most likely postal code is always shown in the input field. To accept it, tap
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.
• If the desired number does not show up, open the list of results by tapping
Select the postal code from the list.
.
6. Enter the street name:
.
1. Tap
2. Start entering the street name on the keyboard.
3. Find the street you need:
• The most likely street name is always shown in the input field. To accept it, tap
.
• If the desired name does not show up, the names that match the string appear in a list
after entering a couple of characters (to open the list of results before it appears
). Select the street from the list.
automatically, tap
7. Enter the house number:
.
1. Tap
2. Enter the house number on the keyboard. (To enter letters, tap
to finish entering the address. (If the entered house number cannot be
3. Tap
found, the midpoint of the street is selected as the destination.)
).
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8. After a short summary of the route parameters, the map appears with the selected destination in
the middle. The route is automatically calculated. Tap
modify route parameters, or tap
or
to
and start your journey.
3.1.1.6 Tips on entering addresses quickly
• When you are entering the name of a city/town or a street:
• Only those letters are offered on the keyboard that appear in possible search results. All other
characters are greyed out.
• As you are typing, the most likely result is always displayed in the input field. If the guess is
correct, tap
to select it.
• After entering a couple of letters, tap
letters.
to list the items that contain the specified • You can speed up finding an intersection:
• Search first for the street with a less common or less usual name; fewer letters are enough to
find it.
• If one of the streets is shorter, search for that one first. You can then find the second one faster.
•
You can search for both the type and the name of a road. If the same word appears in several
names, for example in the name of streets, roads and avenues, you can obtain the result faster if
you enter the first letter of the street type: For example, enter ‘PI A’ to obtain Pine Avenue and skip
all Pine Streets and Pickwick Roads.
• You can also search in postal codes. This is useful when a street name is common and it is used in
several districts of a city.
3.1.2 Selecting the destination from the Places of Interest
You can select your destination from the Places of Interest included with your software.
Using the same screen, you can find a Place in different ways:
• with the Quick search feature, you can find frequently searched types of Places with only a few screen taps
• you can search for a Place by its name
• you can search for a Place by its category
In addition, you can search for special services from the ‘Where Am I?’ screen.
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3.1.2.1 Selecting the destination from the Places of Interest with Quick search
The Quick search feature lets you quickly find the most frequently selected types of Places.
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
2. In the Navigation menu, tap the following buttons:
,
.
3. The Quick search categories appear:
•
:
• If an active route exists, petrol stations are searched along the route.
• If there is no active route (destination is not selected), they are searched around the current
position.
• If the current position is not available either (no GPS signal), they are searched around the last
known position.
•
:
• If an active route exists, restaurants are searched along the route.
• If there is no active route (destination is not selected), they are searched around the current
position.
• If the current position is not available either (no GPS signal), they are searched around the last
known position.
•
:
• If an active route exists, parking lots are searched around the destination of the route.
• If there is no active route (destination is not selected), they are searched around the current
position.
• If the current position is not available either (no GPS signal), they are searched around the last known position.
•
:
• If an active route exists, accommodation is searched around the destination of the route.
• If there is no active route (destination is not selected), they are searched around the current
position.
• If the current position is not available either (no GPS signal), they are searched around the last
known position.
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4. Tap any of the quick search buttons to get an instant list of Places.
5. The Places in the list are ordered by their distance from the current position, from the destination
or by the length of the necessary detour. Normal Places are displayed with their blue category icon
), while Places with extra details (so called “Rich POIs”) are marked with the logo of their
only (
data source (
). Tap any of the list items to see its basic details.
6. (optional) If the selected Place is a Rich POI, you can tap
information. Then tap
7. Tap
to display additional to return to the basic details.
to select the displayed Place of Interest as the destination of the route.
8. After a short summary of the route parameters, the map appears with the selected destination in
the middle. The route is automatically calculated. Tap
modify route parameters, or tap
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and start your journey.
or
to
3.1.2.2 Selecting the destination from other Places of Interest by name
You can search for Places of Interest by their names.
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
,
2. In the Navigation menu, tap the following buttons:
.
.
3. The Quick search categories appear. Tap
4. Select the area where the Place should be searched for:
to search around the current position or if it is not available, around the
• Tap
last know position. (The result list will be ordered by the distance from this position.)
to search for a place within a selected city or town. (The result list will
• Tap
be ordered by the distance from the centre of the selected city/town.)
to search for a place around the destination of the active route. (The
• Tap
result list will be ordered by the distance from the destination.)
•
to search along the active route, and not around a given point. This is
Tap
useful when you search for a later stopover that results in a minimal detour only, such as
searching for upcoming petrol stations or restaurants. (The result list will be ordered by the
length of the necessary detour.)
5. (optional) If you have selected
, select the city/town, then tap
.
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6. Tap
.
7. Using the keyboard, start entering the name of the Place.
8. After entering a few letters, tap to open the list of Places with names similar to the entered characters.
9. The Places in the list are ordered by their distance from the current position, from the destination,
from the centre of the selected city/town or by the length of the necessary detour. Normal Places ), while Places with extra details (so called are displayed with their blue category icon only (
“Rich POIs”) are marked with the logo of their data source (
list. Tap any of the list items to see its basic details.
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). If needed, tap
to browse the 10.(optional) If the selected Place is a Rich POI, you can tap
information. Then tap
11.Tap
to display additional to return to the basic details.
to select the displayed Place of Interest as the destination of the route.
12.After a short summary of the route parameters, the map appears with the selected destination in
the middle. The route is automatically calculated. Tap
modify route parameters, or tap
or
to
and start your journey.
3.1.2.3 Selecting the destination from other Places of Interest by category
You can search for Places of Interest by their categories and subcategories.
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
,
2. In the Navigation menu, tap the following buttons:
3. The Quick search categories appear. Tap
.
.
4. Select the area around which the Place should be searched for:
to search around the current position or if it is not available, around the
• Tap
last know position. (The result list will be ordered by the distance from this position.)
to search for a place within a selected city or town. (The result list will
• Tap
be ordered by the distance from the centre of the selected city/town.)
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• Tap
to search for a place around the destination of the active route. (The result
list will be ordered by the distance from the destination.)
•
to search along the active route, and not around a given point. This is
Tap
useful when you search for a later stopover that results in a minimal detour only, such as searching
for upcoming petrol stations or restaurants. (The result list will be ordered by the length of the
necessary detour.)
5. (optional) If you have selected
6. Tap
, select the city/town, then tap
.
7. Select one of the main Place categories (e.g. Accommodation) or tap
Places around the selected location or along the route.
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.
to list all 8. Select one of the main Place subcategories (e.g. Hotel or Motel) or tap
all Places in the selected main category around the selected location or along the route.
to list
9. Finally, the results appear in a list.
10.The Places in the list are ordered by their distance from the current position, from the destination,
from the centre of the selected city/town or by the length of the necessary detour. Normal Places
), while Places with extra details (so called
are displayed with their blue category icon only (
“Rich POIs”) are marked with the logo of their data source (
Tap any of the list items to see its basic details.
). If needed, tap to browse the list.
11.(optional) If the selected Place is a rich POI, you can tap
information. Then tap
12.Tap
to display additional to return to the basic details.
to select the displayed Place of Interest as the destination of the route.
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13.After a short summary of the route parameters, the map appears with the selected destination in
the middle. The route is automatically calculated. Tap
modify route parameters, or tap
or
and start your journey.
3.1.2.4 Selecting nearby assistance from ‘Where Am I?’
You can quickly search for nearby assistance from the ‘Where Am I?’ screen.
1. On the Map screen, tap the map anywhere to open the Quick menu.
2. Tap
, and then
.
3. The Quick search categories appear, all for searching around the current position (or around the
last known position if the current position is not available):
•
: Car repair and roadside assistance services
•
: Medical and emergency services
•
: Police stations
•
: Cash dispensers
4. Tap any of the quick search buttons to get an instant list of that type of Places.
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to
5. The Places in the list are ordered by their distance from the current position, from the destination or
by the size of the needed detour. Normal Places are displayed with their blue category icon only
), while Places with extra details (so called rich POIs) are marked with the logo of their data
(
source (
). Tap any of the list items to see its basic details.
6. (optional) If the selected Place is a ‘rich POI’, you can tap
information. Then tap
7. Tap
to display additional to return to the basic details.
to select the displayed Place of Interest as the destination of the route.
8. After a short summary of the route parameters, the map appears with the selected destination in
the middle. The route is automatically calculated. Tap
modify route parameters, or tap
or
to
and start your journey.
-
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3.1.3 Selecting a map location as the destination
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
,
2. In the Navigation menu, tap the following buttons:
.
3. Locate your destination on the map: move and scale the map as needed.
4. Tap the location that you want to select as your destination. The Cursor (
5. Tap
) appears.
to select the displayed Place of Interest as the destination of the route.
6. After a short summary of the route parameters, the map appears with the selected destination in
the middle. The route is automatically calculated. Tap
modify route parameters, or tap
or
to
and start your journey.
-
3.1.4 Selecting the destination from your Favourites
You can select a location that you have already saved as a Favourite to be your destination. Adding a
location to the list of Favourite destinations is described on page 57.
1. Access the list of Favourites:
• If you are on the Map screen, tap the map to open the Quick menu.
• If you are in the Navigation menu, tap
2. Tap
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.
. The list of Favourite destinations is displayed.
3. Select the Favourite that you want to set as your destination. If necessary, move between pages with
to see more of the list.
4. After a short summary of the route parameters, the map appears with the selected destination in
the middle. The route is automatically calculated. Tap
modify route parameters, or tap
or
to
and start your journey.
-
3.1.5 Selecting the most likely destination (Smart History)
The destinations that you have set earlier appear in the History list. One of those recent destinations
is shown in the Destination menu for easy access. Smart History offers this location based upon your
navigation habits, using parameters like the current time of day, the day of week, and the current
location. The more you use the navigation software, the better it can guess your desired destination.
to return to the Navigation menu.
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
2. In the Navigation menu, tap
3. Tap the
.
destination in the History field.
4. After a short summary of the route parameters, the map appears with the selected destination in
the middle. The route is automatically calculated. Tap
modify route parameters, or tap
or
to
and start your journey.
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3.1.6 Selecting the destination from the History
The destinations that you have set earlier appear in the History.
to return to the Navigation menu.
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
2. In the Navigation menu, tap
3. Tap
.
.
4. The list of recent destinations appear. Smart History promotes three destinations to the first page
based on your previous routes (most likely destinations). The rest of the destinations are ordered
by time they were last selected. If necessary, scroll the list to see earlier destinations.
5. Select a destination from the list.
6. After a short summary of the route parameters, the map appears with the selected destination in
the middle. The route is automatically calculated. Tap
modify route parameters, or tap
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and start your journey.
or
to
-
3.2 Viewing the entire route on the map
It is easy to get a map overview of the active route. Do as follows:
to return to the Navigation menu.
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
. The active route is displayed it in its full length on the 2. In the Navigation menu, tap
map together with additional information and controls.
3.3 Checking the route parameters
You can check different parameters of the route recommended by the software.
to return to the Navigation menu.
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
2. In the Navigation menu, tap
.
The map showing the active route appears in top-down view facing North. Additional information and
controls are displayed around the map.
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3. The following pieces of information are displayed:
• The active route is displayed it in its full length on the map.
• The name or address of the destination is displayed at the top of the screen.
• You can find route information fields on the right with the following information:
• Warning icons (if any). They provide extra information about your route (e.g. unpaved roads
or toll roads to be taken).
• The route planning method (e.g. Fast).
• The symbol of the vehicle type used in route calculation.
• The total length of the route.
• The total time of the route.
4. You have the following options on this screen:
for route alternatives, to run a simulation of the route, or to add the
• Tap
destination to the list of Favourite destinations.
to change route parameters.
• Tap
to delete the active route.
• Tap
• Tap
• Tap
or
to scale the map.
to return to the Navigation menu.
3.4 Modifying the route
When navigation is already started, there are several ways to modify the active route. The following
sections show the different options.
3.4.1 Replacing the destination of the route
It is easy to replace the destination of the active route. Select a new destination as described before
(starting at page 25), and the route will be automatically recalculated to lead to the new destination.
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3.4.2 Setting a new starting position for the route
For normal navigation, all routes are planned from the current position. In order to check future routes,
simulate them or see their length in time and distance, you can turn off the GPS receiver. Then you
can set the starting point of the route to a different location than the current GPS position.
to return to the Navigation menu.
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
2. In the Navigation menu, tap
3. Tap
, and then
to scroll down and then
.
.
4. Tap the large button in the centre of the screen. A screen similar to the address search screen is
displayed.
5. Select the address for the starting position, tap
confirm.
, and then tap
to
6. The map returns in grayscale (showing that there is no GPS reception). If an active route already
existed, it is now recalculated starting from the selected location.
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7. (optional) Tap
to modify the route or to check its parameters.
.
8. To return to normal navigation, tap
3.4.3 Pausing the active route
You do not need to pause the active route: when you start driving again, the software restarts the
voice instructions from your position.
3.4.4 Deleting the active route
To cancel the navigated route, do as follows:
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
. The active route is displayed it in its full length on the
2. In the Navigation menu, tap
map together with additional information and controls.
3. Tap
4. Tap
.
to confirm.
3.4.5 Changing the route planning method
To recalculate the active route with a different route planning method, do as follows. These changes
can also be made in Settings (page 66).
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1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
. The active route is displayed it in its full length on the
2. In the Navigation menu, tap
map together with additional information and controls.
3. Tap
4. Tap
.
, and then tap one of the following:
- Gives a quick route if you can travel at or near the speed limit on all roads.
•
Usually the best selection for fast and normal cars.
•
vehicles.
- Gives a short route. Usually practical for pedestrians, cyclists or slow
- Combines the benefits of Fast and Short: The software calculates as if it
•
were calculating the Fast route, but it takes other roads as well to save fuel.
- Results in a route with fewer turns and no difficult manoeuvres. With this •
option, you can make your software to take, for example, the motorway instead of series of
smaller roads or streets.
5. The software recalculates the route with the selected route planning method. The orange line line
now shows the new recommended route.
3.4.6 Checking the route alternatives
Another way of recalculating the active route with a different route planning method, is to compare
these alternatives. Do as follows:
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1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
. The active route is displayed it in its full length on the
2. In the Navigation menu, tap
map together with additional information and controls.
3. Tap
4.
.
Tap
. The map returns with the route fit to screen, and the total route distance together
with the estimated duration of the route is displayed for each route planning method. Tap any of
the methods, and the orange line line on the map immediately shows the route with the selected
route planning method.
•
- Gives a quick route if you can travel at or near the speed limit on all roads.
Usually the best selection for fast and normal cars.
•
vehicles.
- Gives a short route. Usually practical for pedestrians, cyclists or slow
- Combines the benefits of Fast and Short: The software calculates as if it
•
were calculating the Fast route, but it takes other roads as well to save fuel.
- Results in a route with fewer turns and no difficult manoeuvres. With this
•
option, you can make your software to take, for example, the motorway instead of series of
smaller roads or streets.
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5. Tap
to return to the previous screen, and your software recalculates the route
with the selected route planning method.
3.4.7 Changing the vehicle used in route planning
To recalculate the active route for a pedestrian or for a different vehicle, do as follows. These changes
can also be made in Settings (page 66).
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
. The active route is displayed it in its full length on the
2. In the Navigation menu, tap
map together with additional information and controls.
3. Tap
.
4. Tap
, and then tap one of the following:
•
•
•
•
•
,
•
,
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5. The software recalculates the route optimised for the new vehicle type. The orange line now shows the new recommended route.
NOTE
If you select
and you forget to change it back to a vehicle later, the
software warns you when you travel with a speed that is too high for a pedestrian. You
are allowed to switch back instantly to
.
3.4.8 Changing the road types used in route planning
To recalculate the active route with different road type preferences, do as follows. These changes can
also be made in Settings (page 66).
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
. The active route is displayed it in its full length on the
2. In the Navigation menu, tap
map together with additional information and controls.
3. Tap
.
4. Tap any of the listed road types to modify the route. If needed, tap
to list all road types. You
have the following options (their order depends on the selected vehicle type):
- Charge roads are pay roads where you can purchase a pass or
•
vignette to use the road for a longer period of time. They can be enabled or disabled separately
from toll roads.
- You might need to avoid motorways when you are driving a slow car or
•
you are towing another vehicle.
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•
- The software excludes unpaved roads by default: unpaved roads can
be in a bad condition and usually you cannot reach the speed limit on them.
- The software includes ferries in a planned route by default. However,
•
a map does not necessarily contain information about the accessibility of temporary ferries. You
might also need to pay a fare on ferries.
- The software includes toll roads (pay roads where there is a per-use
•
charge) in the routes by default. If you disable toll roads, your software plans the best toll-free
route.
to confirm the changes. The software recalculates the route. The orange
5. Tap
line line now shows the new recommended route.
3.5 Adding the destination of the route to Favourites
You can add the destination of the active route to Favourites, the list of frequently used destinations.
Planning a route to one of the Favourite destinations is described on page 46.
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
. The active route is displayed it in its full length on the
2. In the Navigation menu, tap
map together with additional information and controls.
3. Tap
.
4. Tap
. Using the keyboard, enter a name for the Favourite. Tap
numbers or symbols.
to enter
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5. Tap
to save the location as a new Favourite destination.
3.6 Watching the simulation of the route
You can run a simulated navigation that demonstrates the active route. Do as follows:
1. If you are on the Map screen, tap
to return to the Navigation menu.
. The active route is displayed it in its full length on the 2. In the Navigation menu, tap
map together with additional information and controls.
3. Tap
.
. The simulation starts from the starting point of the route, and using a realistic speed, it 4. Tap
leads you through the whole recommended route.
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You have the following controls during the simulation (the control buttons disappear after a few
seconds but you can open them again if you tap the map):
•
: Jump to the next route event (manoeuvre).
•
: Pause the simulation.
•
: Jump to the previous route event (manoeuvre).
5. Tap
to stop the simulation.
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4 Reference Guide
On the following pages you will find the description of the different concepts and menu screens of the
software.
4.1 Concepts
4.1.1 Smart Zoom
Smart Zoom provides much more than just a usual automatic zoom feature:
• While following a route: when approaching a turn, it will zoom in and raise the view angle to let you
easily recognise your manoeuvre at the next junction. If the next turn is at a distance, it will zoom
out and lower the view angle to be flat so you can see the road in front of you.
• While driving without an active route: Smart Zoom will zoom in if you drive slowly and zoom out
when you drive at high speed.
4.1.2 Daytime and night colour themes
The software uses different colour themes during the day and during the night for both the map and
the menu screens.
• Daytime colours are similar to paper road maps, and the menus are bright.
• The night colour themes use dark colours for large objects to keep the average brightness of the
screen low.
The software offers different daytime and night colour profiles. It can also switch automatically
between the daytime and the night schemes based on the current time and GPS position a few
minutes before sunrise, when the sky has already turned bright, and a few minutes after sunset,
before it becomes dark.
4.1.3 Colour theme in tunnels
When entering a tunnel, the colours of the map change. All buildings disappear, large objects (such as
surface waters or forests) and empty areas between roads become black.
However, roads and streets keep their original colours from the daytime or night colour theme currently
used.
After leaving the tunnel, the original colours return.
4.1.4 Route calculation and recalculation
Your software calculates the route based on your preferences:
• Route planning methods:
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•
•
•
•
• Vehicle types:
•
•
•
•
•
•
• Road types used or avoided in route calculation:
•
•
•
•
•
Your software automatically recalculates the route if you deviate from the proposed itinerary.
For further information about Route settings, see page 66.
4.1.5 Road Safety Cameras
The location of a Road Safety Camera is a special Place of Interest. These cannot be searched like
other Places, and there is a special proximity warning only for cameras.
Is the software shipped with a built-in database of Road Safety Cameras?
Yes
Can Road Safety Camera locations be uploaded in a text file?
Yes
Can you save the Cursor as the location of a Road Safety Camera?
No
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4.1.5.1 Camera types
There are different types of Road Safety Cameras. For example:
Icon
Type
Description
Fixed
Some speed cameras stand by the roadside, looking in one
direction, measuring one or both directions of the traffic. They
measure your current speed. The software warns you when you
approach these speed cameras in the measured direction. If your
speed exceeds the speed limit near the speed camera, a special
warning sound is played.
Mobile
Some speed cameras are operated from vehicles. They do not
always work and they are not set to check a preset speed limit. The
warning is similar to fixed speed cameras, but as there is no speed
limit given, only the proximity is announced.
Built-in
Some speed cameras are built into traffic lights. They work like
fixed speed cameras, but they are difficult to spot. The warning for
proximity and speeding is the same as for the fixed speed cameras.
Section control
These speed cameras work in pairs, and do not measure your
current speed but your average speed between the two speed
cameras. Both identify your car and record the exact time you pass
them. They use the difference between the two points in time to
calculate your average speed.
The software warns you when you approach one of these speed
cameras, but as you pass by, the warning stays on, and your
average speed is measured until you reach another speed camera
of this type. If your average speed exceeds the speed limit between
the two speed cameras, you receive the same special warning
sound as with the other speed camera types.
In the rare case your software cannot register the moment you
pass the second speed camera (for example, it is placed at the exit
of a tunnel where GPS position is not yet available) the warning
continues. Just tap the speed camera symbol displayed on the
screen to stop the warning.
Tap again to display the second route event with the possibility to
open the Itinerary.
Red light
These cameras check if you obey traffic lights. The warning is
similar to mobile speed cameras: as there is no speed limit given,
only the icon is displayed.
Rail Crossing
This is not a camera but an alert point. The warning is similar to
mobile speed cameras: as there is no speed limit given, only the
warning icon is displayed. This warning icon may not be available
for your region (ask your local dealer).
4.1.5.2 Camera directions
A speed camera can measure the speed of one direction of the traffic, both directions, or even several
directions in an intersection, when they are mounted on a rotating base. The same directions apply
to red light cameras. The software warns you only if you drive in a measured or possibly measured
direction.
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4.1.6 Speed limit warning
Maps sometimes contain information about the speed limits of the road segments. This information
may not be available for your region (ask your local dealer) or may not be fully correct for all roads on
the map.
When you exceed the speed limit, a symbol with the speed limit appears in the corner of the map (for
example:
).
Furthermore, you can turn on an audible warning: a voice message is played using the selected voice
guidance profile when you exceed the speed limit. See page 67.
4.1.7 Battery and GPS position quality indicators
You can find useful information in the top corners of the high level menu screens (Navigation menu,
Destination menu and ‘More’ menu).
The battery symbol in the top left corner, next to the current time shows information about the
rechargeable battery of the device.
Icon
Description
The battery is charging. The device runs on external power.
The battery is not charging but it is full.
The battery is not full but it still has enough capacity.
You need to recharge the battery.
In the top right corner, the GPS reception quality icon shows the current accuracy of the position
information.
Icon
Description
The software has no connection to the GPS receiver: GPS navigation
is not possible.
Devices with a built-in GPS receiver are permanently connected. On
such devices, the icon does not appear in normal circumstances.
The software is connected to the GPS receiver, but the signal is too
weak and the receiver cannot determine the GPS position.
GPS navigation is not possible.
Only a few satellites are received. Position information is available, but
elevation (altitude) cannot be calculated.
GPS navigation is possible, but the position error may be significant.
Altitude information is available, the position is a 3D position.
GPS navigation is possible.
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4.2 ‘More’ menu
The ‘More’ menu provides you with various options and additional applications. Tap the following
,
buttons:
.
Button
Description
Play games. Tap any of the listed preinstalled games to try it in Demo
mode, or tap
in its full version.
to get an activation key to play the selected game
Tap
www.naviextras.com.
to download additional games from
Access travel applications: the unit converter, the clothing size
converter, the list of international phone numbers and a calculator.
First, you need to get an activation key for the application kit.
Read the Tutorial to get instant understanding of the functions of your
software, or run the Demo to watch sample route simulations to see
how navigation works.
Access the Picture Viewer application. This application is a free gift,
but you need to get an activation key first.
Get additional content, such as new maps or 3D landmarks; activate or
download games and other applications.
Fine-tune route planning options, change the Vehimarker, turn on or off
warnings, start the Configuration wizard, etc.
See the next chapter for details.
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4.3 Settings menu
You can configure the program settings, and modify the behaviour of the software. Tap the following
,
buttons:
,
The Settings menu has several options. Tap
Button
.
or scroll the list with your finger to see the full list.
Description
These settings determine how routes will be calculated. Select the
type of vehicle you are driving, the road types used in route planning,
and the route planning method.
Adjust the sound volume, mute your device or enable warnings.
Replace the current Vehimarker (position arrow) with a vehicle or
pedestrian image.
Set daytime and night colour themes for the map and the menus.
Temporarily turn off the GPS receiver and set a different starting
position for your route.
Change the program language, the voice profile, time format and units
or the keyboard language.
List all content items (maps, places of interests, landmarks, etc.)
installed on your device. Both the active and the preinstalled inactive
content items (activation needed at www.naviextras.com) are listed.
Modify the basic software parameters set during the initial setup
process. For details, see page 10.
Delete all saved data and reset all settings to their factory defaults.
Read the Software and Database End User License Agreement, look
up content licenses or check the unique identifier of the software.
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4.3.1 Route settings
These settings determine how routes will be calculated.
Button
Description
You can set the type of vehicle you will use to navigate the route.
Based upon this setting, some of the road types can be excluded from
the route, or some of the restrictions may not be taken into account in
route calculation.
The route calculation can be optimised for different situations and
vehicle types by changing the planning method. See below for details.
To let the route fit your needs, you can also set which road types are to
be considered for or to be excluded from the route if possible.
Excluding a road type is a preference. It does not necessarily mean
total prohibition. If your destination can only be accessed using some
of the excluded road types, they will be used but only as much as
necessary. In this case a warning icon will be shown on the Route
Information screen, and the part of the route not matching your
preference will be displayed in a different colour on the map.
You might need to avoid motorways when you are driving a slow car or
you are towing another vehicle.
Charge roads are pay roads where you can purchase a pass or
vignette to use the road for a longer period of time. They can be
enabled or disabled separately from toll roads.
The software includes toll roads (pay roads where there is a per-use
charge) in the routes by default. If you disable toll roads, your software
plans the best toll-free route.
The software includes ferries in a planned route by default. However, a
map does not necessarily contain information about the accessibility of
temporary ferries. You might also need to pay a fare on ferries.
The software excludes unpaved roads by default: unpaved roads can
be in a bad condition and usually you cannot reach the speed limit on
them.
Vehicle types:
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Route Planning Method types:
Option
Description
Gives a quick route if you can travel at or near the speed limit on all
roads. Usually the best selection for fast and normal cars.
Gives a route that has the smallest total distance of all possible routes.
Usually practical for pedestrians, cyclists or slow vehicles.
Combines the benefits of Fast and Short: The software calculates as
if it were calculating the Fast route, but it takes other roads as well to
save fuel.
Results in a route with fewer turns and no difficult manoeuvres. With
this option, you can make your software to take, for example, the
motorway instead of series of smaller roads or streets.
4.3.2 Sound settings
You can adjust the sounds of the software and enable some useful warnings.
Button
Master Volume slider
Description
Adjusts the sound volume of the device. All sounds of the application
are affected.
Use the switch to mute all sounds of the device and then to re-enable
them again.
Key sounds provide audible confirmation of either pressing hardware
buttons or tapping the touch screen.
The switch turns key sounds on or off.
Maps may contain information about the speed limits of the road
segments. The software is able to warn you if you exceed the current
limit. This information may not be available for your region (ask your
local dealer), or may not be fully correct for all roads in the map.
This setting lets you decide whether you wish to receive the audible
warning (the visible warning is always on if you exceed the speed
limit).
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Button
Description
This feature allows you to receive a warning when approaching a
Road Safety Camera. You must ensure on your own liability that using
this feature is legal in the country where you intend to use it. You have
the following warnings:
• Audible Warning: beeps play if you exceed the speed limit while
approaching one of these cameras.
• Visible Warning: the type of the camera and the monitored speed
limit appear on the Map screen while you are approaching one of
these cameras.
This button is not displayed when GPS position is not available or
if you are in certain countries where Road Safety Camera warning
is prohibited. Even if the button is available, you are responsible for
checking whether it is legal to use this feature at your location.
4.3.3 3D vehicle gallery
The current position is shown by a blue arrow on the map as a default. On this screen, you can select
different 3D models to replace the default Vehimarker.
Button
Description
Select a 3D Vehimarker for navigation when the vehicle type used for
route planning is set to
.
Select a 3D Vehimarker for navigation when the vehicle type used for
route planning is set to
.
Select a 3D Vehimarker for all other vehicle types.
You can get more Vehimarkers at www.naviextras.com.
TIP
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4.3.4 Colour themes
You can fine-tune the appearance of the Map screen and the menus. Choose suitable colour themes
from the list for both daytime and night use. You can do it separately for the Map screen and all menu
screens.
Tap any of the buttons to change the related colour theme, then select the new theme from the list.
4.3.5 Set starting position
For normal navigation, all routes are planned from the current position. In order to check future routes,
you can turn off the GPS receiver, and set the starting point of the route to a different location than the
current GPS position.
The procedure is explained here: page 51.
4.3.6 Regional settings
These settings allow you to customise the application for your local language, measurement units,
time and date settings and formats, as well as to choose the voice guidance profile you prefer.
Button
Description
This button displays the current written language of the user interface.
By tapping the button, you can select a new language from the list
of available languages. The application will restart if you change this
setting; you are asked to confirm this.
This button shows the current voice guidance profile. By tapping the
button, you can select a new profile from the list of available languages
and speakers. Tap any of these to hear a sample voice prompt. Just
tap OK when you have selected the new spoken language.
See below.
Select the virtual keyboard to be used when searching for an
address or when entering a name to a Favourite destination. Various
international keyboard layouts are available.
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Time Formats and Units:
Button
Description
Use this feature to synchronise the time zone of the clock of your
device to the time zone based on your current GPS position. This is
useful if you travel abroad.
Set time zone manually if you do not want to synchronise the time
zone automatically. This allows you to use Auto Time Correction and
apply a time zone offset to obtain the desired time.
Select between 12 and 24 hours time display format.
You can set the distance units to be used by the program. your
software may not support all the listed units in some voice guidance
languages. If you select a measurement unit not supported by the
chosen voice guidance language, a warning message will appear.
4.3.7 Content
List all content items (maps, places of interests, landmarks, etc.) installed on your device. The list of
the content categories is displayed first.
If needed, browse the list. Tap any of the categories to see its content.
Both the active and the preinstalled inactive content items (activation needed at www.naviextras.com)
are listed. Inactive content items are displayed in red. Tap
buy activation keys for the inactive content.
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in the ‘More’ menu to
6 Glossary
2D/3D GPS reception
The GPS receiver uses satellite signals to calculate its (your) position and needs at least four
signals to give a three-dimensional position, including elevation. Because the satellites are moving
and because objects can block the signals, your GPS device might not receive four signals. If three
satellites are available, the receiver can calculate the horizontal GPS position but the accuracy is
lower and the GPS device does not give you elevation data: only 2D reception is possible.
Active route
The currently navigated route. Whenever the destination is set, the route is active until you delete it,
reach your destination or you quit the software. See also: Route.
City Centre
The city/town centre is not the geometric centre of the settlement but an arbitrary point the map
creators have chosen. In towns and villages, it is usually the most important intersection; in larger
cities, it is one of the important intersections.
Colour theme
Your software comes with different colour themes for daytime or night use of the map and menu
screens. Themes are custom graphic settings and they can have different colours for streets, blocks
or surface waters in 2D and 3D modes, and they display shades or shadows in different ways in 3D
mode.
One daytime scheme and one night scheme is always selected for the map and for the menus. The
software uses them when it switches from day to night and back.
GPS accuracy
Several factors have impact on the deviation between your real position and the one given by the GPS
device. For example, signal delay in the ionosphere or reflecting objects near the GPS device have a
different and varying impact on how accurately the GPS device can calculate your position.
Map
The software works with digital maps which are not simply the computerised versions of traditional
paper maps. Similarly to the paper road maps, the 2D mode of digital maps show you streets, roads,
and elevation is also shown by colours.
In 3D mode, you can see the altitude differences, for example valleys and mountains, elevated roads,
and in selected cities 3D landmarks and 3D buildings are also displayed.
You can use digital maps interactively: you can zoom in and out (increase or decrease the scale), you
can tilt them up and down, and rotate them left and right. In GPS-supported navigation, digital maps
facilitate route planning.
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North-up map orientation
In North-up mode the map is rotated so its top always faces North. This is the orientation for example
in Find on Map. See also: Track-up map orientation.
Road Safety Camera
A special Place of Interest type for speed cameras and red light cameras. Different data sources are
available. You can configure the software to warn you when you approach one of these cameras.
Detecting the location of Road Safety Cameras is prohibited in certain countries. It is the sole
responsibility of the driver to check whether this feature can be used during the trip.
Route
A sequence of route events, i.e. manoeuvres (for example, turns and roundabouts) to reach the
destination. The route contains one start point and one destination. The start point is the current (or
last known) position by default. If you need to see a future route, the start point can be replaced with
any other given point.
Track-up map orientation
In Track-up mode the map is rotated so its top always points in the current driving direction. This is the
default orientation in 3D map view mode. See also: North-up map orientation.
Vehimarker
The current position is shown with a blue arrowarrow on the map by default. The direction of the blue
arrow shows the current heading. This position marker can be replaced with different vehicle and
pedestrian symbols. You can even specify different Vehimarkers for different route types (depending
on which vehicle type is selected for route calculation).
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7 End User Licence Agreement
1 The contracting parties
1.1 This Agreement has been entered into by and between Nav N Go Kft. (registered seat: 23 Bérc
utca, H-1016 Budapest, Hungary; Company reg.no.: 01-09-891838) as Licensor (hereinafter: Licensor)
and You as the User (hereinafter: User; the User and the Licensor jointly referred to as: Parties) in
subject of the use of the software product specified in this Agreement.
2 Conclusion of the Agreement
2.1 The Parties hereby acknowledge that this Agreement shall be concluded by implicit conduct of the
Parties without signing the Agreement.
2.2 The User hereby acknowledges that following the lawful acquisition of the software product
constituting the object of this Agreement (Section 4), any degree of use, installation into a computer or
other hardware, installation of such hardware into a vehicle, pressing of the “Accept” button displayed
by the software during installation or use (hereinafter referred to as Use) shall mean that the User has
accepted the terms and conditions of this Agreement as legally binding.
2.3 This Agreement shall by no means authorise use of the software product by those persons having
unlawfully acquired the software product or having unlawfully installed it on a computer or in a vehicle.
3 Relevant laws and regulations
3.1 To all issues not regulated by this Agreement, the laws of the Republic of Hungary, with specific
reference to Act IV of 1959 on the Civil Code and to Act LXXVI of 1999 on Copyrights shall apply.
3.2 The original language version of this Agreement is the Hungarian version. This Agreement has
versions in other languages as well. In case of dispute the Hungarian version shall prevail.
4 Object of the Agreement
4.1 The object of this Agreement shall be the navigation guidance software product of Licensor
(hereinafter referred to as the Software Product).
4.2 The Software Product shall include the operating computer program, its complete documentation,
the map database pertaining thereto and any third-party content and services accessible through the
Software Product (hereinafter: Database).
4.3 Any form of display, storage, coding, including printed, electronic or graphic display, storage,
source or object code, or any other as yet undefined form of display, storage, or coding, or any
medium thereof shall be deemed parts of the Software Product.
4.4 Error corrections, additions, updates used by the User following the conclusion of this Agreement
shall also be deemed parts of the Software Product.
5 Rights under copyright
5.1 Unless otherwise provided by law or contractual provisions, the Licensor is the sole and exclusive
owner of all material copyrights vested in the Software Product.
5.2 Copyrights extend to the whole Software Product and to its parts separately as well.
5.3 The owner(s) of the copyrights of the Database forming part of the Software Product is (are) the
natural person(s) or corporate entity(ies) listed in the Appendix to this Agreement or in the “About”
menu item of the operating computer programme (hereinafter referred to as Database Owner). The
user’s manual of the Software Product includes the name of the menu option where all the owners of
the Database items are listed. The Licensor hereby states that it has obtained sufficient usage and
representation rights from the Database owners in order to utilise the Database, to offer it for utilisation
and to transfer it for utilisation as set forth in this Agreement.
5.4 Pursuant to this Agreement, all rights vested in the Software Product shall remain in the ownership
of the Licensor, except for those to which the User is entitled under law or by virtue of this Agreement.
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6 Rights of the User
6.1 The User is entitled to install the Software Product into one hardware device (desktop, handheld,
portable computer, navigation device), and to run and use one copy of the Software Product or a
preinstalled copy of the Software Product thereon.
6.2 The User undertakes and accepts that the Software Product and/or its certain elements and/or
contents provided by third parties may require separate action (registration/activation) within the time
period specified in the Software product to achieve its partial or full functionality.
6.3 The User is entitled to make one backup copy of the Software Product. However, if the Software
Product operates after installation without the use of the original media copy, then the original
media copy shall be deemed to be a backup copy. In all other cases, the User is only entitled to
use the backup copy if the original media copy of the Software Product has been ascertainably and
unequivocally rendered unsuitable for its lawful and intended use.
7 Limitations of use
7.1 The User is not entitled
7.1.1 to duplicate the Software Product (to make a copy thereof);
7.1.2 to lease, rent or lend it or to transfer it to a third person for any reason;
7.1.3 to translate the Software Product (including translation (compilation) to other programming
languages);
7.1.4 to decompile the Software Product;
7.1.5 to evade the protection of the Software Product or to modify, circumvent or obviate such
protection through technological or by any other means;
7.1.6 to modify, extend, transform the Software Product (in whole or in part), to separate it into parts,
combine it with other products, install it in other products, utilise it in other products, not even for the
purpose of achieving interoperability with other devices;
7.1.7 apart from using the computer program, to obtain information from the Database as a part of the
Software Product, to decompile the Database, to use, copy, modify, extend, transform the Database
in whole or in part or the group of data stored therein, or to install it in other products or otherwise,
utilise it in other products or to transfer it, not even with the aim of achieving interoperability with other
products.
7.2 The User acknowledges that the Software Product may prohibit or block partly or completely
the use of the Software Product and/or its parts and/or third party contents if the separate action
(activation/registration) as specified in Section 6 is not met within the time defined in the Software
Product.
7.3 The User may only use the contents available through the Software Product and provided by third
parties and the data received through the services provided by third parties for his/her own personal
benefit and at his/her own risk. It is strictly prohibited to store, to transfer or to distribute these data or
contents or to disclose them in full or in part to the public in any format or to download them from the
product.
8 No warranty or limitation of responsibility
8.1 The Licensor hereby informs the User that although the greatest care was taken in producing the
Software Product, given the nature of the Software Product and its technical limitations, the Licensor
does not provide a warranty for the Software Product being completely error-free, and the Licensor is
not bound by any contractual obligation whereby the Software Product obtained by the User should be
completely error-free.
8.2 The Licensor does not warrant that the Software Product is suitable for any purpose defined
either by the Licensor or the User, and does not warrant that the Software Product is capable of
interoperating with any other system, device or product (e.g. software or hardware).
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8.3 The Licensor does not assume any responsibility for damages incurred due to an error in the
Software Product (including errors of the computer program, the documentation and the Database).
8.4 The Licensor does not assume any responsibility for damages incurred due to the Software
Product not being applicable for any defined purpose, or due to the error or incompatibility of the
Software Product with any other system, device or product (e.g. software or hardware).
8.5 The Licensor also draws the attention of the User to the fact that, when using the Software
Product in any form of vehicle, observing the traffic regulations and rules (e.g. use of obligatory and/
or reasonable and suitable security measures, proper and generally expected care and attention in the
given situation, and special care and attention required due to the use of the Software Product) is the
exclusive responsibility of the User. The Licensor shall not assume any responsibility for any damages
occurred in relation to use of the Software Product in a motor vehicle.
8.6 By concluding the Agreement, the User shall, in particular, acknowledge the information stated in
Section 8 above.
9 Sanctions
9.1 The Licensor hereby informs the User that, if the Licensor finds its rights under the Copyright Act to
be breached, the Licensor may
9.1.1 seek judicial recognition of this breach;
9.1.2 demand that the breach cease and order the person in breach to refrain from continuing such
actions;
9.1.3 demand that the person under breach give proper compensation (even by way of publicity at the
expense of the person in breach);
9.1.4 claim the return of the increase of assets due to the breach;
9.1.5 demand the cease of the wrongful action and, demand restitution to its state before the
breach was committed at the expense of the person in breach, and may demand the destruction of
instruments and materials used to commit the breach as well as of the products created by the breach;
9.1.6 claim for damages.
9.2 The Licensor hereby also informs the User that the breach of copyrights and related rights is a
crime under Act IV of 1978 on the Hungarian Criminal Code, which may be sentenced of two years in
prison in basic cases and up to eight years in prison in aggravated cases.
9.3 Contents and services provided by third parties
The Licensor hereby excludes any liability of its own for the Database in the Software Product and for
any content or service provided by a third party by using the Database. The Licensor does not warrant
the quality, suitability, accuracy, fitness for a specific purpose or territorial coverage of the product or
service or the availability of the service, and it specifically excludes any liability for the suspension
of the service, and any damage arising in relation to the service or for complete cancellation of the
service.
The relevant information and data in connection with the contents and services provided by third
parties are available at www.navngo.com. The User hereby acknowledges that the contents and
services provided by third parties may only be used at the risk of the User and for the personal benefit
of the User.
9.4 Contents and services provided by the Licensor or an agent of the Licensor
The Licensor or a contractual partner may offer various products and services to the User through
www.naviextras.com. The User may only use these services when the User has read and understood
the relevant end user licence agreement(s) at www.naviextras.com and the User is obliged to use the
services in line with the terms and conditions thereof.
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9.5 The parties hereby agree that - depending on the nature of the dispute - either the Pest Central
District Court (Pesti Központi Kerületi Bíróság) or the Metropolitan Court of Budapest (Fővárosi
Bíróság) will have exclusive jurisdiction to rule on any disputes arising in connection with this
Agreement.
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UNIDEN TRAX4300 IN CAR NAVIGATION
Limited One Year Warranty
Please keep your sales docket as it provides evidence of warranty.
NOTE
Important:
Evidence of original purchase is required for warranty service.
Warrantor:
Uniden Australia Pty Limited A.B.N. 58 001 865 498
Uniden New Zealand Limited
Warranty is only valid in the original country of purchase.
ELEMENT OF WARRANTY: Uniden warrants to the original retail owner for the duration of this
warranty, its TRAX4300 (herein after referred to as the Product), to be free from defects in materials
and craftsmanship with only the limitations or exclusions set out below.
WARRANTY DURATION: This warranty to the original retail owner only, shall terminate and be of no
further effect ONE (1) year after the date of original retail sale. This warranty will be deemed invalid if
the product is;
(A) Damaged or not maintained as reasonable and necessary,
(B) Modified, altered or used as part of any conversion kits, subassemblies, or any configurations
not sold by Uniden,
(C) Improperly installed,
(D) Repaired by someone other than an authorized Uniden Repair Agent for a defect or
malfunction covered by this warranty,
(E) Used in conjunction with any equipment or parts or as part of a system not manufactured by
Uniden, or
(F) Where the Serial Number label of the product has been removed or damaged beyond
recognition.
Warranty only valid in the country of original retail/sale.
PARTS COVERED: This warranty covers for one (1) year, the Product and included accessories.
STATEMENT OF REMEDY: In the event that the Product does not conform to this warranty at any
time while this warranty is in effect, the warrantor at its discretion, will repair the defect or replace the
Product and return it to you without charge for parts or service. This warranty does not provide for
reimbursement or payment of incidental or consequential damages.
This EXPRESS WARRANTY is in addition to and does not in any way affect your rights under the
TRADE PRACTICES ACT 1974 (Cth) (Australia) or the CONSUMER GUARANTEES ACT (New
Zealand).
PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING PERFORMANCE OR WARRANTY: In the event that the product
does not conform to this warranty, the Product should be shipped or delivered, freight pre-paid, with
evidence of original purchase (e.g. a copy of the sales docket), to the warrantor at:
UNIDEN AUSTRALIA PTY
LIMITED
Service Division
345 Princes Highway,
Rockdale, NSW 2216
Fax (02) 9599 3278
UNIDEN NEW ZEALAND
LIMITED
Service Division
150 Harris Road,
East Tamaki, Manukau 2103
Fax (09) 274 4253
www.uniden.com.au
www.uniden.co.nz
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Thank you for buying a Uniden product.
© 2009 Uniden Australia Pty Limited. Uniden New Zealand Ltd. Printed in PRC.