USER GUIDE
Blackspot Interactive Limited
Email: info@blackspot.com
Web: www.blackspot.com
Thank you for buying your new ROAD ANGEL Navigator
As our roads become busier, more congested and more regulated, staying
alert to road and traffic conditions is a challenge to everyone. Even the
most conscientious driver can have a momentary lapse of concentration
that could easily lead to an accident or a fine and points.
ROAD ANGEL Navigator is specially designed to be a simple-to-use
addition to any vehicle, to alert and warn you in advance of known danger
areas and provide point-to-point navigation with a full-screen interface. In
the comprehensive ROAD ANGEL Navigator database are stored Police,
Local Authority and Ministry of Transport designated danger spots,
including accident black spots and safety camera locations.
Using the latest Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) technology, ROAD
ANGEL Navigator compares your position with the known danger spot
locations and gives you an audible and visual warning as you approach
them. An accurate GPS speedometer in the display gives you time to
adjust your driving to the approaching danger.
The safety of you and your passengers is our prime consideration, and we
trust that for all the miles you drive, your ROAD ANGEL Navigator will
enhance the safety and enjoyment of your journey. Join other ROAD
ANGEL Navigator users in guarding your life and livelihood.
We are pleased to have you as a valued customer and hope you will be
delighted with your fully integrated ROAD ANGEL Navigator. Having
listened to our customers we think the new features will make this product
your perfect driving companion.
Dave Clark, Managing Director
Blackspot Interactive Ltd.
The directors of Blackspot Interactive Ltd. sell ROAD ANGEL
Navigator as a road safety enhancement device. Driving within
the speed limits at all times and within the limitations of the
road condition and your abilities is paramount. The directors of
Blackspot Interactive Ltd. take no responsibility for the use of
ROAD ANGEL Navigator for other purposes than those
stipulated.
Table of Contents
1.
Introduction....................................................................3
Unpacking the Box ....................................................................... 4
Subscriptions................................................................................ 5
Warranty........................................................................................ 5
Security ......................................................................................... 5
Controls and Connectors ............................................................. 6
2.
Registration....................................................................7
3.
Putting It All Together....................................................9
Adjusting the Mounting Arm ........................................................ 9
Attaching the Cradle ................................................................... 10
Fitting the ROAD ANGEL Navigator........................................... 10
4.
Getting Started.............................................................13
Switching On for the First Time ................................................. 13
Switching Off............................................................................... 16
Suspend Mode.............................................................................. 16
Powering Down............................................................................. 16
5.
Road Hazard Warnings ...............................................17
ROAD ANGEL Mode.................................................................... 17
Navigator Mode........................................................................... 18
6.
Destinations and Routes.............................................19
Address ....................................................................................... 20
Favourites ................................................................................... 22
My Home and My Work................................................................. 22
Recent.......................................................................................... 24
Bookmarks.................................................................................... 24
Points of Interest (POI) ............................................................... 25
Getting to a POI ............................................................................ 26
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Map .............................................................................................. 27
Planning your Route................................................................... 29
7.
Getting There ...............................................................32
Settings ....................................................................................... 33
About Info Layers.......................................................................... 33
Guidance ..................................................................................... 34
Making a Detour.......................................................................... 35
Changing Settings from Standby Mode..................................... 36
8.
Hazard Warning Settings ............................................37
Navigating the Menus ................................................................. 39
Alerts ........................................................................................... 40
Distances..................................................................................... 41
Unit Settings ............................................................................... 41
9.
Adding and Deleting Danger Zones ...........................42
Deleting zones ............................................................................ 42
Adding new locations ................................................................. 42
Adding an Average Speed monitoring section (SPECS zone).. 43
10. Updating the Database ................................................44
System requirements .................................................................... 44
Updating ....................................................................................... 45
11.
Background Information .............................................46
About Global Positioning Satellites (GPS) ................................ 50
ROAD ANGEL Navigator's Database ............................................ 51
Using ROAD ANGEL Navigator Abroad ........................................ 51
Speed Cameras and Blackspots ................................................ 52
12. Accessories .................................................................55
13. End User License Agreement .....................................56
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1.
Introduction
ROAD ANGEL Navigator uses the latest global positioning satellite
technology (based on the Sirf3 chipset) to give you point-to-point navigation
information combined with audible and visible alerts as you approach
hazardous sections of road:

Accident black spots (as designated by the Police and Local Authorities)

Safety camera locations

Average speed monitoring zones

Primary schools

Congestion charging zones
ROAD ANGEL Navigator displays a constantly updated and accurate
speed reading. Should you break down, ROAD ANGEL Navigator allows
you to pinpoint your location and direct rescue services to your vehicle.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION!
Never attempt to alter settings while you are driving; ask a
passenger to make any changes or find a suitable and safe
place to pull over and park your vehicle.
ROAD ANGEL Navigator is designed as an aid to safe driving
and route navigation; always drive within the speed limits and
traffic regulations, taking account of the road conditions and
your own abilities.
ROAD ANGEL Navigator should not be used in any way that
may interfere with the safe operation of your vehicle. Ensure
that your ROAD ANGEL Navigator and its associated equipment
and cables are securely and correctly mounted within the
vehicle.
Blackspot Interactive Ltd assumes no responsibility for any
damage or injury resulting from the use of this product.
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Unpacking the Box
Empty all the parts out of the box and familiarise yourself with each item.
Each pack contains:
Road Angel
Navigator unit
Fitted with SD card
Mains power adapter
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Cradle with mounting bracket
PC USB cable
Mounting arm
12V/24V cigar socket lead
Subscriptions
Your ROAD ANGEL Navigator comes with a free subscription for six
months to the award-winning Road Angel camera and accident black spot
database. It is critical to the operation of your ROAD ANGEL Navigator that
you update the unit regularly and so continued subscription is essential.
With constant additions to the ROAD ANGEL Navigator database (1000+
sites per year), the benefit of your ROAD ANGEL Navigator and the
protection it provides will be dramatically reduced if you fail to maintain the
database.
In order to receive free access to updates for the first six months, you will
be asked to complete an online Direct Debit form after registration. If you
prefer, you may print the form and post it to us (our address is on the front
of this manual). There are two subscription options: monthly or yearly.
Current subscription rates can be found at http://www.blackspot.com/. We
will not debit your account until the first 6-month period has elapsed.
Warranty
Your ROAD ANGEL Navigator is guaranteed for one year from the date of
purchase from all defects that occur with normal use. If your unit fails to
perform as specified in these instructions, please visit:
http://www.blackspot.com/warranty
It is possible to purchase extended warranty and theft-loss insurance,
details of which can be found at the above address.
Security
Owing to the high number of thefts, we strongly suggest you remove your
ROAD ANGEL Navigator and its bracket from view when you leave your
vehicle. Security can also be increased by cleaning the marks from your
windscreen.
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Controls and Connectors
This section shows the main features of your ROAD ANGEL Navigator.
Menu button
(use for mode selection
and to access hazard
menu (see page 37).
Resume/Suspend button
Put ROAD ANGEL Navigator in Suspend mode
when temporarily not in use to save battery
power (<36 hours). The main power switch is
on the back of unit (see page 10).
Charging indicator
LED:
Red – charging
Green – fully charged
External
Antennae
connector
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USB connector
Stylus
SD Card slot
Reset button
2.
Registration
If you're in a rush to get started, you can come back to this step
later. However, it is important that you register your ROAD
ANGEL Navigator as soon as possible after purchase.
You will need:

A PC with internet access running Microsoft Windows 98SE, ME, 2000,
XP

Internet Explorer version 5.5 or above
To register online:

Go to www.blackspot.com

Click on the Product Registration link. The Product Registration form is
displayed.

Enter your ROAD ANGEL Navigator's serial number. You can find this
on the back of the unit. Confirm the number by typing it again into the
second box.
1. Click on the Next button.
The registration process normally takes one full working day – you can then
use the software to update your ROAD ANGEL Navigator.
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Why should I register?
Registration is important for two reasons:

You cannot update the unit until it has been registered. Hazard and safety
camera database information may be significantly out-of-date at the time of
purchase and should be updated as soon as possible.

Without registration, we cannot resolve warranty issues, log queries or solve
problems with your ROAD ANGEL Navigator.

How do I update my ROAD ANGEL Navigator?
To update ROAD ANGEL Navigator, you will need to install the update software on
a PC with Internet access. You are prompted to download the update software
once you have completed the online product registration. You can also download
the software directly from our website via the Customer Support section at
www.blackspot.com.

How often should I update my ROAD ANGEL Navigator?
As a guide, we recommend that you update your ROAD ANGEL Navigator every
two weeks.

My ROAD ANGEL Navigator keeps displaying the ‘Please
register...’ message every time it is switched on.
You need to complete an update of your ROAD ANGEL Navigator.

How much do updates cost?
Your ROAD ANGEL Navigator comes with a free subscription for six months of
database updates and product support. In order to receive free access to updates for
the first six months, you will be asked to complete an online Direct Debit form after
registration. If you prefer, you may print the form and post it to us (our address is on
the front of this manual). There are two subscription options: monthly or yearly.
Current subscription rates can be found at www.blackspot.com . We will not debit
your account until the first 6-month period has elapsed.
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3.
Putting It All Together
Adjusting the Mounting Arm
1. Loosen both vertical adjustment knobs, and change the angle of the
central joint so that the connecting flange is vertical when the suction
cup is held against your vehicle's windscreen. Tighten the knobs to lock
in place.
2. Unfasten the horizontal adjustment knob, and change the horizontal
angle of the connecting flange so that it is facing in your preferred
direction: in line with the vehicle, towards the driver, or towards the
passenger. Tighten the knob to lock in place.
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Attaching the Cradle
1. Attach the bracket to the mounting arm.
2. Slide the cradle onto the mounting arm/bracket assembly.
3. Take the power lead, and plug it into the socket on the rear of the
cradle. Don't connect the other end to the cigar lighter socket yet.
4. Hold the suction cup against the windscreen. Position the cradle so that
the two feet rest on the dashboard of your vehicle. In some cases, you
may need to extend the telescopic arm.
5. Pull the lever upwards to apply suction. For maximum adhesion, it may
help to dampen the suction cup beforehand.
Fitting the ROAD ANGEL Navigator
1. Slide the ROAD ANGEL Navigator's power switch to the On position.
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2. Push the ROAD ANGEL Navigator into the cradle so that the clip snaps
into position and holds the unit firmly in place.
3. Route the power cable to the cigar socket. Ensure that it does not
interfere with any of the vehicle's controls or airbag modules. If you use
your cigar socket for any other devices, a dual adaptor may be used.
You are now ready to use the unit for the first time.
An optional vent mount can be purchased for discrete mounting.
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Where should I put my ROAD ANGEL Navigator?
ROAD ANGEL Navigator has a high sensitivity GPS antenna and requires a clear
view of the sky to receive information from GPS satellites. We highly recommend
that ROAD ANGEL Navigator is positioned in the centre of the front windscreen,
low down, just above the dashboard. If screen glare is a problem in this position, try
installing the unit beside the driver's “A-pillar”. Check that the GPS reception
operates correctly in this position.
If you want to install ROAD ANGEL Navigator anywhere else within your vehicle,
you may require an external GPS antenna. Please contact Blackspot Interactive Ltd
or visit www.blackspot.com for details.

My car has a UV/heated windscreen
UV screens block GPS signals from entering the vehicle, stopping ROAD ANGEL
Navigator from acquiring its position. This can be a problem with certain models of
vehicle, i.e. BMW, Mercedes, Renault, Peugeot & Citroen. Heated screens can also
affect GPS signal strength.
If your vehicle has a UV or heated screen, you may need an external antennae
(please contact Blackspot Interactive Ltd or visit www.blackspot.com for details).
Most vehicles fitted with a UV screen have a defined section behind the rear view
mirror where you can fit the antennae.
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Can I hardwire the unit?
ROAD ANGEL Navigator has a 5V regulator built into its power
cable. If the cable is cut and used to hardwire the unit into the
vehicle, you will damage the ROAD ANGEL Navigator.
To hardwire ROAD ANGEL Navigator into your vehicle, purchase a cigar socket,
wire this into the power system and use with the supplied cable.
Consult an auto electrician if you are unsure how to carry out
this procedure as incorrect hardwiring may affect the validity of
vehicle and product warranty. Consult vehicle manufacturer if
in doubt.
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4.
Getting Started
Switching On for the First Time
1. Park your vehicle so that ROAD ANGEL Navigator has a clear view of
the sky away from obstacles such as tall buildings and over-hanging
trees (these may delay or prevent satellite acquisition).
2. Plug the power lead into the cigar lighter socket. If your socket is
ignition-switched you will need the ignition to be on. The power indicator
light on the unit should now be on (make sure the power switch on the
back of the unit is in the On position (see page 10). The display shows
the Welcome screen whilst the unit is starting up.
3. If you skipped step 1, the ROAD ANGEL Navigator screen will then
show the registration prompt. Tap on the Exit button (please return to
step 1 and register your unit as soon as possible).
4. ROAD ANGEL Navigator now tries to identify its location by acquiring
information from GPS satellites. This may take a few minutes. During
the procedure, the unit displays the following screen.
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5. When ROAD ANGEL Navigator has identified its position it displays the
Standby screen in its ROAD ANGEL mode:
Time
Heading
Speed
Satellite
reception
Battery charge
Menu button
NAV button
Switch to
Navigator mode)
MEDIA button
Access Photo, Music
and Settings functions
(see page 46)
STORE button
Add current location to
camera database
This screen shows battery level and satellite signal meters, the time
(calculated from your GPS position), and your current speed and
compass heading.
In this mode, you can start driving and ROAD ANGEL Navigator will
show you your speed and compass heading. If you are approaching a
known hazard, it will alert you to the type and proximity of the hazard
(see page 17).
Alternatively, if you want ROAD ANGEL Navigator to guide you to your
destination, tap on the NAV button to change to Navigator mode.
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6. ROAD ANGEL Navigator now shows a ‘satellite’ view and zooms in to
your current location. Tap on the screen if you want to skip this intro.
7. The Navigation screen is displayed.
8. Tap on the Destination button to enter your destination and create a
route (this is described fully in the Destinations and Routes on page
19).
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Switching Off
Suspend Mode
Resume/Suspend
switch
When you have a temporary break in travelling, press the switch on top
right hand side of the unit. This will turn off the screen and suspend
processing but it will not shut down the unit. When you are ready to resume
your journey, press the button again to 'wake up' your ROAD ANGEL
Navigator.
Suspend mode saves battery power when the unit is in regular use. It
means that you can resume travelling immediately without having to wait
for ROAD ANGEL Navigator to complete its full start-up procedure. If you
leave the unit in Suspend mode for a prolonged period, the battery may be
flat next time you try to use it.
Powering Down
If you don't intend to use your ROAD ANGEL Navigator for a long time, you
should turn the unit off using its power switch (located on the back of the
unit). This shuts down the unit completely and isolates the battery, retaining
power for the next time you use it.
On/Off switch
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5.
Road Hazard Warnings
When you are approaching a known danger zone, the display changes to
show the type of hazard and, for a fixed, temporary or average speed
camera location, the advisory speed. In addition:
1. A proximity-to-hazard meter increases from 1 to 5 bars as you get closer
to the danger zone.
2. Speech warnings will tell you the type of zone followed by an audible
tone that increases with your proximity to the hazard.
USE THE ADVISORY SPEED LIMIT FOR GUIDANCE ONLY.
YOU SHOULD ALWAYS KNOW THE SPEED LIMIT AND
TAKE ACCOUNT OF DRIVING CONDITIONS.
ROAD ANGEL Mode
In ROAD ANGEL mode, the display changes to show the type of hazard
and, for a fixed, temporary or average speed camera location, the advisory
speed. If you are approaching one of these locations and travelling below
the advisory speed limit, the display background is green. If you are
travelling above the advisory limit, or approaching a black spot or Primary
school, the display backlight changes to red. If your speed subsequently
drops below the advisory speed limit, the backlight changes to green.
Hazard type
Advisory speed
limit
Actual Speed
Audio On/Off
icon
Proximity-tohazard meter
Alert-type icon
To mute the audio alert, tap on the Mute button.
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Navigator Mode
In Navigator Mode, when you are approaching a known danger zone, the
display shows an alert message, an icon indicating the type of hazard and
an advisory speed limit (if appropriate).
Hazard warning message
Audio On/Off
icon
Advisory speed
limit/Alert-type
icon (alternating)
Proximity-tohazard meter
Actual speed
To mute the audio alert, tap on the Alert-Type/Advisory Speed icon.
When you have passed the danger, ROAD ANGEL Navigator continues
with route instructions.
ROAD ANGEL Navigator’s hazard menus allow you to customize the way it
alerts you to road dangers. For a full description, see Hazard Warning
Settings on page 37.
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How do I change to Full Screen ROAD ANGEL mode?
If you don't want to use the navigation features now, and want to return to ROAD
ANGEL Mode, press the Menu button on the top of the unit and then tap on the
Full Screen RA Mode button on the screen.
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6.
Destinations and Routes
ROAD ANGEL Navigator knows where you are from its GPS data; to
calculate your route, it only needs you to specify the destination (see page
20). It can then use its map data and your preferences to calculate the
most efficient route for your journey.
For more complicated journeys, you can specify multiple destinations (see
page 29). ROAD ANGEL Navigator works out the best route between each
stop.
If you encounter any traffic problems on your journey, ROAD ANGEL
Navigator can calculate a detour for you.
On the Start screen, tap on the Destination button:
The Destination menu is displayed:
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This offers you a number of different ways to specify the destination:
Address
Favourites
POI
Map
Back
Plan Route
Enter a new address (see page 20).
Select a previously visited or bookmarked
destination.
Search for a Point of Interest.
Identify your destination by tapping on a map
location.
Return to the Start screen.
Use the advanced route planning options such
as choosing multiple stopovers.
Address
1. Tap on the Address button to identify your destination by its postal
address or postcode. The Find Address window is displayed.
2. Tap on Country. Select your country from the list.
This step is only necessary for the first address you enter on the unit.
3. Tap on City. Use the displayed keypad to enter the name of your
destination or its postcode.
Enter at least the first three characters and then tap on the search
symbol (magnifying glass).
Switch between letter and number mode by pressing 123 or ABC.
Switch between upper case and lower case by pressing ^.
If at any point you want to backspace and delete characters,
press the backspace button <- on screen. To add a space, press
the space bar _.
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4. Find your target city or town in the ‘hit’ list and tap on its name.
5. Tap on Postcode and enter the post code of your destination.
6. After the first few characters, you may tap on the search symbol
(magnifying glass) to display a hit list of postcodes matching your entry.
7. Choose the appropriate postcode from the list.
8. Tap on Street to enter the name of the street.
9. Type the name of the street you are looking for. After the first few
characters, you may tap on the search symbol (magnifying glass) to
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display a hit list of streets matching your entry.
10. Choose the appropriate street from the hit list.
11. Optionally enter the number of the property.
12. Tap on the arrow button to begin your journey. ROAD ANGEL
Navigator calculates a route to your destination and displays your first
route instruction.
You can enter any part of the address before searching for a ‘hit-list’.
For example, you could enter just the name of the town, or the name
of the town and a street name, or just the postcode.
Favourites
If you want to go to a destination you have visited previously, your
designated home or work locations, or choose a bookmarked destination,
tap on the Favourites button. The following menu buttons are displayed:
My Home and My Work
The My Home and My Work buttons provide shortcuts to your most
commonly used destinations.
Setting up Home/Work buttons for the first time
To assign a destination to one of these buttons, tap on it. The following
menu buttons are displayed:
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You can choose the destination in three ways:

By searching for an address in the way described on page 20.

By selecting your current GPS position.

By choosing a recently visited location.
Using My Work/My Home
After you have followed the setup procedure described above, the next
time you want to travel to home or work, tap on the appropriate button. The
address is shown, with a map of the destination.
Tap on the Menu button. The following menu buttons are displayed:
Tap on the Navigate button. ROAD ANGEL Navigator calculates a route
and guides you to the destination (see page 32).
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Editing/Deleting My Work/My Home Destinations
Tap on the My Work/My Home button as required.
Tap on the Menu button.
Choose from the required option:

To edit the assigned destination, tap on the Edit button. Assign a
new destination using the procedure described on the previous
page.

To delete the assigned destination, tap on the Delete button. The
Start screen is displayed.
Recent
Tap on the Recent button to choose your destination from a list of your
recently visited or looked-up destinations:
Select an item by tapping on it. Use the up and down arrows to scroll up
and down in the list.
Bookmarks
The Bookmarks list contains the destinations you have saved as favourites
(see page 32).
Tap on the Bookmarks button. The bookmark list is displayed:
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Select an item by tapping on it. Use the up and down arrows to scroll up
and down in the list.
On the following screen, choose Navigate to be guided to your bookmark
(press Rename or Delete if you want to rename/delete your bookmark).
Points of Interest (POI)
ROAD ANGEL Navigator contains a database of information about
amenities and attractions. These are collectively called Points of Interest
(POI). You can use this feature to identify destinations. For example, you
could use the POI database to find the nearest garage or identify a
restaurant close to your route.
POIs are arranged in the following categories:

Overnight
e.g. Campsites, Hotels

Eat and Drink
e.g. Restaurants, Coffee Shops

Shopping
e.g. Florists, Groceries, Childrens, Sports and Outdoors, Home&Garden

Transport
e.g. Airports, Railway Stations

Automotive
e.g. Picnic Sites, Car Parks, Garages

Services
e.g. Educational Facilities, Hospitals
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
Sights
e.g. Museums and Galleries, Tourist Attractions

Venues
e.g. Cinemas, Golf Clubs, Zoos
Getting to a POI
1. On the Destination screen (see page 19), tap on the POI button. The
following menu is displayed:
2. Choose from the following options:

Tap on Everywhere to browse through all POIs in the database.

Tap on At Location to look for POIs at a remote location. You
need to enter a city or postal code through the keypad, similar to
the address search (see page 20).

Tap on Nearby to open a list of POIs near your current location
(this requires GPS acquisition). Tap on the arrow buttons to find the
appropriate POI category (Cat.).

Tap on Guide to view a list of the installed POI databases.
The following screen is displayed:
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3. Tap on a POI category.
On the next menu, choose a subcategory.
A list of POIs will be shown:

Select a POI by clicking on it.

On the following screen, tap on the Navigate button to be guided to
the POI (tap on Info to show further details about the POI; tap on
Map to show the POI on the map; or tap on Save to save the POI
as a bookmark).
Map
Use the Map option to identify a destination using ROAD ANGEL
Navigator’s maps. This option is useful if you know the location of your
destination, but don’t have an address.
1. On the Navigation screen, tap on the Destination button.
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2. On the following screen, choose Map.
Street/POI
Information
Selected
POI/Street
Zoom In (down)
and Out (up)
Toggle between
2D and 3D Mode
Options (see Step 5)
3. Find your destination on the map:

Drag the map with your finger (or a stylus) to view surrounding
areas.

To display information about a symbol, touch it.

Drag the scroll bar upwards to zoom out or downwards to zoom
in. You can also tap on the scroll bar to make a step change in
the magnification.

Tap on the symbol in the bottom right-hand corner of the map
to toggle between a 2D or 3D view.

Adjust the orientation of the map by dragging the compass icon
(in the bottom left hand corner).
4. To identify the destination, make a ‘double-tap’ on its position. The unit
displays a crosshairs symbol.
5. Tap on the symbol in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen to view
further options.
For example, you can:
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
Save the identified map location as a Bookmark (see page 32).

Change general settings: day/night modes, 2D/3D modes and
info layers (see page 33).

View the map for the current GPS position.

Navigate to the selected location.

Search for an address and view the map for the location.

Display the map for a bookmark or a nearby point of interest.

Search for POIs (see page 26) in the area.
Planning your Route
In most cases, you will enter a single destination and allow ROAD ANGEL
Navigator to determine your route and guide you there. However, if you
want to stop at one or more places on the way, you can enter more
destinations into your itinerary as stops and let ROAD ANGEL Navigator
calculate the best route to get you from one stop to the next.
This section describes ROAD ANGEL Navigator’s route planning feature.
This allows you to plan your route in advance, choosing multiple stopovers
along your journey. To plan your route:
1. On the start screen, choose Destination.
2. On the following screen, choose Plan Route.
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The Destination List is displayed:
3. To add a stopover, tap on the + symbol. The Choose stopover screen
is displayed.
4. Enter a stop using one of the procedures described in the last section:
a home or work address, a bookmark, a point of interest, a recent
location, an address or a destination pinpointed on the map.
5. Repeat the procedure to add further stops.
6. To change the order of the stopovers, select one and then use the up
and down arrows to move it up or down the list.
7. To delete a stopover, select it and then tap on the Trash symbol.
8. When you have completed your route, tap on the menu symbol (bottom
right-hand corner of the screen).
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Choose from the following options:

Tap on the Back button to return to the Choose Stopover screen.

Tap on Simulate to view a map showing the route.

Tap on Start Navi to start your journey. The Navigation screen is
displayed.

Tap on Routing if you want ROAD ANGEL Navigator to calculate the
itinerary for your route. Tap on one of the stopovers in the Route
Summary to display the Waylist. Tap again to show the map view.
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7.
Getting There
When you have specified your route, and tapped on the Navigation button,
ROAD ANGEL Navigator switches to the full screen Guidance mode. It
then provides you with on-screen and audio directions to get you to your
destination.
Name of next
road
Distance to next
turn
Route (shown in
blue)
Speed display/
Alert area
Current position
(shown by cross
hairs)
Status bar
The status bar shows the distance to your destination, the current time and
your estimated time of arrival. Tap on the + and – icons to increase or
decrease the map magnification.
If you want to make changes to your route or change any other settings,
tap on the screen to view the Guidance menu.
This provides the following options:
Settings
Display the general settings menu (see page 33).
Guidance
Change guidance and route-finding options (see page
34).
Alt. route:
Make a detour (see page 35)
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Save
Save your current location in the Bookmarks list.
Back
Return to the Guidance screen.
Nearby
Redirect your route to a point of interest (POI), such as a
petrol station.
Cancel
Cancel instructions to the specified destination and
return to standby mode.
Settings
Tap on the Settings button to change the appearance and style of screen
maps. The map settings menu is displayed:
Use this menu to:

Change the information displayed on the map (see Info Layers below).

Toggle between night and day modes.

Toggle between 2D and 3D modes.
About Info Layers
The elements and symbols displayed on the maps are determined by
information layers.
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
Select the boxes of any category you want to have displayed on the
map. Deselect those that should be hidden.

Press the confirmation symbol in the bottom right-hand corner to
select/deselect all categories.
Press the arrow symbol to return to the map.
Guidance
Tap on the Guidance button if you want to change the way ROAD ANGEL
Navigator calculates routes. The Guidance menu is displayed:
Fast/Slow/Bike
Motorbike/
Scooter/Van/
Pedestrian
ROAD ANGEL Navigator uses this setting to calculate
the best route and estimate your journey time. By
default, ROAD ANGEL Navigator assumes you are
travelling by car. Tap on this button to specify your mode
of transport: fast car, slow car, motorbike, pedestrian,
etc.
Fastest/Shortest Tap on this button to choose whether ROAD ANGEL
Navigator selects the fastest (based on road quality,
terrain and speed restrictions) or the shortest route
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(based on the shortest distance on good roads)
Toll Roads
Tap on this button if you want ROAD ANGEL Navigator
to avoid toll roads when it calculates a route. Tap on the
button again to restore the use of toll roads.
The London Congestion Zone in Central London is
regarded as a toll road by your navigation system.
Therefore, if you choose to avoid toll roads, you will not
be guided through this zone.
Motorways
Tap on this button if you want ROAD ANGEL Navigator
to avoid motorways when it calculates a route. Tap on
the button again to restore the use of motorways.
Ferries
Tap on this button if you want ROAD ANGEL Navigator
to avoid the use of ferries when it calculates a route.
Tap on the button again to restore the use of ferries.
Miles/Kilometres Tap on this button to change the distance units used onscreen between miles and kilometres.
Making a Detour
To make a detour from your route:
1. From the Guidance menu, tap on the Alt. route button. The Detour
menu is displayed:
2. You can block the original calculated route for a given distance (e. g. 0.5
mile) and force an alternative route. Tap on the required distance icon.
Your route is recalculated, and the previous instructions will be
discarded for the given distance.
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Changing Settings from Standby Mode
To change settings when the unit is not in full-screen mode, tap on the
Settings button. The Setup menu is displayed:
This provides the following options:
Guidance
Change guidance and route-finding options (see page
34).
Settings
Display the general settings menu (see page 33).
Language
Set the language for use (only English supplied).
United Kingdom Select default map data (only UK supplied).
Back
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Return to Standby mode.
8.
Hazard Warning Settings
This section describes how you can change the way that ROAD ANGEL
Navigator alerts you to road hazards.
1. Press the Menu button on the top of the unit (see page 6).
If you are using Full Screen RA mode, you can also view the Road
Hazard menus by tapping on the on-screen MENU button.
2. Tap on the RA Menu button. The Alert menu screen is displayed.
Use the Full Screen RA/Nav RA button to change between ROAD
ANGEL and Navigator modes.
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3. ROAD ANGEL Navigator's properties are listed in the following menus:
Alerts
How ROAD ANGEL Navigator alerts you to
road dangers with audio and visual prompts.
Distances
Set the distance at which ROAD ANGEL
Navigator commences its alerts.
System
Settings
Screen brightness, clock adjustment, serial
number and firmware version.
4. Use the on-screen buttons to view and edit system settings.
View the next menu category or property.
View the previous menu category or property.
Open the displayed menu and view the first property (see the next
section).
Change between ROAD ANGEL and Navigator modes.
After several seconds of inactivity on a menu screen, the display
returns to normal mode.
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Navigating the Menus
If you want to change a value or property:
1. Tap on the Edit button
2. Tap on the Adjust buttons to cycle through the available
values.
3. Tap on the Store button to save the new value.
4. Tap on the Back button to return to the Hazard menu.
Alert Distances value
Editing Alert Distances
The following tables list the properties in each menu category.
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Alerts
Settings in the Alerts menu determine how ROAD ANGEL Navigator warns
you about road hazards.
Property
Details
Options
(factory setting in bold)
Voice alert
Switch voice alerts on or off.
Camera alert
volume
Change the sound level of safety
camera related warnings.
Camera alert single
beep
Switch alert on or off, as each proximity
bar counts up it will emit a single beep.
Safety alert volume
Change the sound level for Blackspot,
School and Congestion related
warnings.
Safety alert single
beep
Switch alert on or off, as each proximity
bar counts up it will emit a single beep.
Off...On
Blackspot alert
Switch Blackspot alerts on or off.
Off...On
Safety camera van
alerts
Switch camera van alerts on or off.
Off...On
School zone alert
Switch School alerts on or off.
Off...On
Congestion zone
alert
Switch Congestion zone entry warnings
on or off.
Off...On
Overspeed alert
Set a speed at which the unit will warn if
you exceed the speed.
Off...20- 165
in increments of 5mph
Slow speed auto
mute
When travelling less than 15MPH the
unit will not give an audible warning. If
you enter a zone below 15MPH you will
hear a single beep, followed by the
proximity count up.
Off...On
Speed sensitive
volume
Adjust the warning volumes depending
on how fast the vehicle is travelling.
Off...On
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Off...On
Off...20 40...60...80...100%
Off...On
Off...20 40...60...80...100%
Distances
With its factory setting, ROAD ANGEL Navigator alerts you to when you
are within 250m of a hazard; you can change this to 500m or 1000m. In
addition, ROAD ANGEL Navigator has a feature to increase the warning
distance when you are travelling over 50mph.
Property
Details
Options
(factory setting
shown in bold)
Alert distance
Adjusts the warning range as you
approach danger zones.
250...500...1000m
Speed distance
sensitivity
Doubles the advanced warning at
50MPH and above.
Off...On
Unit Settings
Using this menu, you can adjust the clock and view technical information
about your ROAD ANGEL Navigator: the serial number and firmware
version.
Property
Details
Options
(factory setting
shown in bold)
Clock adjust
Change time – ROAD ANGEL
Navigator uses GPS data; may require ± 20 hours in ½ hour intervals.
(+1.00)
offset to account for daylight saving
time.
Unit serial number
Serial number of ROAD ANGEL
Navigator unit
Read only; 8 digit number
Firmware
ROAD ANGEL Navigator Software
version
Read only, in format x.xx
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9.
Adding and Deleting Danger
Zones
Blackspot Interactive Ltd. is constantly updating the central database of
danger zones. You can be of great value to all ROAD ANGEL Navigator
users by adding any new zones you encounter to your unit's own database.
When you subsequently update your ROAD ANGEL Navigator, this data
can be verified by Blackspot Interactive Ltd before being added to the
central file.
You can only add or delete danger zones when you are using Full
Screen ROAD ANGEL mode.
PLEASE ONLY ADD OR DELETE DANGER ZONES WHEN IT IS
SAFE TO DO SO.
Deleting zones
You can delete any of the locations stored in the ROAD ANGEL Navigator
database. When your ROAD ANGEL Navigator alerts you to the required
danger zone:
1. Press the DELETE button.
2. Confirm the deletion by pressing DELETE again.
When a location has been deleted it can only be restored by reentering the location (see Adding new locations, below) or by
requesting a factory reset for your next update: email
support@blackspot.com with your serial number and contact
details. Note: By using a factory reset all your personally
stored locations will be lost.
Adding new locations
You may add new locations to the FIXED, MOBILE, AVERAGE,
BLACKSPOT and SCHOOL areas of your ROAD ANGEL Navigator
database. When you update your ROAD ANGEL Navigator these new
locations will also be downloaded to the central database, and can then be
verified by Blackspot technicians for inclusion in future updates.
ROAD ANGEL Navigator needs to be travelling in excess of 4 MPH
to calculate the heading for the location.
When your vehicle is precisely alongside the new location:
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1. Press the STORE button. This will confirm your location.
2. Choose the type of warning and then the speed limit.
3. Press STORE to confirm your choice.
Adding an Average Speed monitoring section
(SPECS zone)
Store an average speed monitoring area only if you are absolutely sure of
the start and finish points. When passing underneath the first ‘start’ SPECS
camera carry out the following:
1. Press STORE once to store the first camera position.
2. Press the icon for Average camera to select the location type:
AVERAGE.
3. Press STORE to confirm.
4. When you are underneath the finish camera, press STORE to confirm
the finish position.
The section of average speed detection is now stored.
If you press STORE by mistake, you have the option to cancel by
pressing the MENU button.
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10. Updating the Database
Your ROAD ANGEL Navigator is capable of storing up to 50,000 unique
danger zones (see page 51). As soon as possible after your purchase, you
should:

REGISTER the unit online at www.blackspot.com (see page 7).

Download the latest version of the update software.

Download the latest version of the database. You cannot update your
ROAD ANGEL Navigator until your registration has been processed.
We recommend that you update your ROAD ANGEL Navigator on a
regular basis, as safety camera locations are constantly changing. With
new locations being added and old cameras being removed, we
recommend a fortnightly update. If you are a high mileage motorist, using
unfamiliar roads, you may want to update your database weekly. You
should also update the database before you set off on a long trip.
To update ROAD ANGEL Navigator, you will need to install Microsoft
ActiveSync and the update software on a Windows PC with Internet
access. Installation instructions are available online, explaining how to
download and install the software, and how to set up the USB
communications between your PC and ROAD ANGEL Navigator. On the
Blackspot home page, click on Customer Support and select ROAD
ANGEL Navigator for further information.
System requirements

PC with internet access running Microsoft Windows 98SE, ME, 2000 or
XP

Internet Explorer version 5.5 or above

Microsoft ActiveSync

Road Angel Navigator updating software
We do not support Apple Macs
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Updating
1. Switch on your ROAD ANGEL Navigator (if the internal battery is flat,
you will need to connect it to the PC first) and wait for it to boot up.
2. Connect your ROAD ANGEL Navigator to the PC using both connectors
on the USB cable.
3. Microsoft ActiveSync starts; when it prompts you to set up a partnership,
select the No option and then click on the Next button. The ActiveSync
window displays 'Connected' (see below).
4. With your Internet connection active, start the ROAD
ANGEL Navigator updating software by double-clicking
on the icon on your desktop.
5. Click on the Synchronise button.
6. Your ROAD ANGEL Navigator is updated from the central database.
Any additions you have made to your database are downloaded for
confirmation and possible inclusion in future updates.
You may need to configure your firewall or Internet Security
software to allow the update software access to the Internet.
Please refer to your product support guide.
ROAD ANGEL Navigator's updating software and Microsoft ActiveSync
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11. Media Options
In addition to the navigation and hazard warning system, this unit also
provides functions for music playback, image browsing, and system
settings. You can control and operate the system on screen with a stylus,
or by using the [menu] key, located on the top of the unit.
Music
This unit has a complete MP3 Music Playback function, capable of playing
MP3 files stored on SD memory cards through the built-in speaker.
Storing MP3 files onto SD memory cards
On your computer, you must first convert the music from an audio CD into
MP3 files, then save them onto the SD memory card in a folder named
"mp3".
Starting music playback
1. Insert the SD memory card with stored MP3 files into the SD memory
card slot on the unit.
2. Power on, and at the Main Menu Screen, select the Music icon.
3. In the music playback screen, use the buttons in the Music Playback
Window to control each playback function.
4. Press "X" to exit the music player
Photo
Storing image files onto SD memory cards
You must use your computer to save the image files on to the SD card in a
folder named "image".
Image Browsing
The system has an Image Browsing function, capable of displaying
images/photographs stored on SD memory cards.
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1. Insert the SD memory card with stored image files into the SD memory
card slot on the unit.
2. Power on, and at the Main Menu Screen, select the Photo icon.
3. In the Image Browsing Window:

Use the forward and back buttons to navigate through the images.

Use the Full screen button (right angle & arrow) to see a slide show
of images.

Use the zoom button [+] to view the image (1x, 2x, 4x, 8x).
There are 4 levels of zoom. When selecting zoom on the top level,
the image will return to 1x.

Pan an expanded image by dragging the stylus around on the
screen.
4. Click [x] to go back to Main Menu.
Setting
The setting function gives you the ability to adjust the basic system options,
including volume control (navigation volume control in navigation
application), screen calibration, startup message, backlight setting, version
info and GPS reset and help etc… You can modify the settings to your
personal preference.
System
Volume
Control the volume directly with the scroll bar. There are six levels of
volume in total.
Loading Voice
Select the Loading Voice [Off] or [On] box for whether the startup message
is to be played.
Stylus Adjustment
Control of this unit is accomplished primarily through the stylus by
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touching/writing on the screen. If the system cannot correctly identify your
stylus’ input, please run through the screen calibration procedure.
1. From the settings window, select the Stylus Adjustment option to start
the screen calibration procedure.
2. Use the stylus and touch once on the centre of the cross displayed on
screen.
3. Touch once on the cross at the second position.
4. Touch once on the cross at the third position.
5. Follow the prompts and touch on the forth and fifth positions.
6. To finish the screen calibration procedure, press the Enter key to
accept the new settings. Press the Esc key to keep the old settings.
7. Select [o] to go back to the main menu screen.
Backlight
The backlight settings will let you set the brightness of the backlight and the
auto-off time.
1. Under the setting window, select Backlight to enter the backlight
settings window.
2. Select the time to turn off backlight for “Powered by battery”. (1 min, 3
min, 5 min, 10 min, 30 min, Always On)
3. Select the time to turn off backlight for “Powered by plug”. (1 min, 3
min, 5 min, 10 min, 30 min, Always On)
4. Scroll the brightness bar to control backlight brightness for a total of six
levels.
5. Select [o] to confirm or select [x]
to keep the original settings.
6. Select [o] to return to main menu screen.
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Version
Click on this window to see version number and help screen
GPS Reset
1. Under the setting window, select the [GPS Reset] to reset GPS.
2. Message “Cold Start OK” will be shown.
3. Select [o] to return to main menu screen.
GPS Reset might be performed when one of the following situations
is encountered:

GPS signals can’t be obtained after long period of time such as 3
minutes in the open area.

Travel over 500km without using Navigator.
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12. Background Information
About Global Positioning Satellites (GPS)
Operational since 1990, 24 satellites orbit the earth at a height of 11,000
miles. At any given point on the globe, at least 4 satellites are in view at
any one time. Using sophisticated aerials and triangulation techniques,
units such as ROAD ANGEL Navigator are able to compute your position to
within 5-10 metres. ROAD ANGEL Navigator is equipped with a Sirf3
chipset, which enables fast and deep GPS signal search capabilities.
Occasionally, when roads are close together, ROAD ANGEL Navigator
may place you on the wrong road. If this happens, keep driving and ROAD
ANGEL Navigator will automatically correct itself when it has a better fix or
when the road network simplifies.
ROAD ANGEL Navigator may lose the GPS satellite signal temporarily
owing to tunnels, tall buildings, bridges, dense foliage or adverse weather
conditions. When you are clear of the obstruction, ROAD ANGEL Navigator
should re-acquire satellite signals in a few seconds.
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ROAD ANGEL Navigator's Database
ROAD ANGEL Navigator uses a database of Police, Local Authority and
Ministry of Transport designated danger spots, including accident black
spots and safety camera locations, primary schools and congestion
charging zones. Your ROAD ANGEL Navigator can store up to 50,000
unique danger locations. Using the latest Global Positioning Satellite (GPS)
technology, ROAD ANGEL Navigator compares your position with known
danger spot locations and gives you an audible and visual warning as you
approach them.
It is critical to the accurate operation of your ROAD ANGEL Navigator that
you update your unit regularly to maintain the very latest data. With up to
100 new hazard locations added each month, we suggest that you update
your ROAD ANGEL Navigator fortnightly. If you are a high mileage driver,
using unfamiliar roads, we recommend weekly updates.
To qualify for database updates:
3. Register your ROAD ANGEL Navigator with Blackspot Interactive
Ltd. You cannot update the database until you have registered (see
page 7).
4. Purchase a valid subscription package (see page 5). Your new
ROAD ANGEL Navigator comes with an initial, free, 6-month
subscription
Using ROAD ANGEL Navigator Abroad
Your ROAD ANGEL Navigator is specifically designed for use within its
designated country, as stated on the packaging. It will have limited
functionality in other countries because the appropriate map and
camera/safety GPS data will not be present.
If you intend to use ROAD ANGEL Navigator abroad, seek independent
legal advice prior to departure.
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Speed Cameras and Blackspots
This section describes the type of cameras and road hazards covered by
ROAD ANGEL Navigator:
Gatso
The most common type of speed camera –
used in fixed positions mounted on poles at
the roadside. Measures vehicle speed using
radar and, if the speed limit has been
exceeded, photographs the rear of the
vehicle. Uses a flash unit inside the camera
cabinet or mounted on a gantry to illuminate
the offending vehicle's rear number plate.
ROAD ANGEL Navigator relies on up-todate database information for detection.
SPECS
Takes a digital photograph of your vehicle at
the ‘start’ point and then another a set
distance further down the road. If your
average speed is greater than the speed
limit between these two cameras you are
automatically prosecuted. ROAD ANGEL
Navigator relies on up-to-date database
information for detection.
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Watchman
Measures vehicle speed and, if the speed
limit has been exceeded, takes a
photograph of the rear of the vehicle. Can
be accessed remotely allowing operators to
download live video, stored images or data.
ROAD ANGEL Navigator relies on up-todate database information for detection.
Speedcurb
Measures the speed of vehicles in the
monitored section of road using pressure
sensors in the road surface. If the speed
limit has been exceeded, it takes a
photograph of the rear of the vehicle. Uses
a flash module for night-time operation.
ROAD ANGEL Navigator relies on up-todate database information for detection.
Traffiphot
Uses pressure sensors in the road (similar
to Speedmaster – see below) to measure
vehicle speed and photographs the rear of
any speeding vehicle. Not to be confused
with red-light cameras. ROAD ANGEL
Navigator relies on up-to-date database
information for detection.
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Speedmaster
Semi-permanent (fixed location but only
used part-time), system that uses pressure
sensors in the road to measure vehicle
speed. Connects to a camera on a tripod for
evidence of any offence. ROAD ANGEL
Navigator relies on up-to-date database
information for detection.
Black spot
A specific location, identified by the police
and local authorities, where a high number
of accidents have occurred e.g. a difficult
junction. Black spots are often targeted by
mobile speed enforcement units. ROAD
ANGEL Navigator relies on up-to-date
database information to identify black spots.
Congestion
Drivers must pay in advance or on the day
of travel to enter the designated zone during
the scheme’s hours of operation. There are
substantial penalties if you do not pay the
congestion charge.
Primary Schools
You can set up ROAD ANGEL Navigator to
alert you whenever you are within 250
metres of a primary school.
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13. Accessories
The following table lists the accessories available for ROAD ANGEL
Navigator. Please visit the ROAD ANGEL Navigator online shop at
www.blackspot.com for more details.
Item
Details
Vent mount
For discrete mounting from air vent.
12v Cigar Lead (Straight)
2.5 metre with standard fused cigar plug.
Optional External Antenna (2m)
Connects to ANT socket on ROAD ANGEL Navigator –
for use in vehicles with UV screens or for discrete
mounting.
Blackspot Interactive Ltd. has made every effort to ensure that all the
information contained in this manual is accurate and reliable.
However, the information is subject to change without notice.
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