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The most complete
GPS navigation solution
User Manual
Version 1.3
January 2008
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ROUTE 66: Best by a Mile!
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Table of contents
CONVENTIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS
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INTRODUCTION
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WELCOME
YOUR FIRST TRIP: NAVIGATE TO A DESTINATION
FIRST STEPS
PREPARE YOUR DEVICE
UNDERSTANDING THE NAVIGATION SCREEN
MOVING AROUND THE MENUS
MOVING AROUND THE MAP
USING THE KEYBOARD
USING THE FILTER
USING THE TOUCH SCREEN AND STYLUS
MAIN MENU
NAVIGATE TO A LOCATION
WORKING WITH LOCATIONS
NAVIGATE TO YOUR HOME ADDRESS
NAVIGATE TO YOUR OFFICE ADDRESS
FIND AN ADDRESS AND NAVIGATE TO IT
NAVIGATE TO A FAVOURITE LOCATION
NAVIGATE TO A RECENTLY VISITED LOCATION (HISTORY)
NAVIGATE TO A CONTACT
NAVIGATE TO A POI AROUND YOUR GPS POSITION
NAVIGATE TO A POI AROUND YOUR DESTINATION
FIND A POINT ON THE MAP AND NAVIGATE TO IT
NAVIGATE TO A DESTINATION VIA INTERMEDIATE POINTS (NAVIGATE VIA)
PLAN A ROUTE
TMC INFORMATION
CUSTOMIZE YOUR NAVIGATION
SOUND ON / SOUND OFF
MAP OPTIONS
DAY COLOURS / NIGHT COLOURS
2D PERSPECTIVE / 3D PERSPECTIVE
SET 3D ANGLE
SHOW FAVOURITES / HIDE FAVOURITES
SHOW SCALE / HIDE SCALE
SELECT MAP
LEGEND
POINTS-OF-INTEREST (POI)
ZOOM TO
CHANGE SETTINGS
BACKLIGHT
LANGUAGE
UNITS
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VOLUME
ROUTE TYPE
AVOID MOTORWAYS
AVOID TOLL ROADS
AVOID FERRIES
AUTOMATIC ZOOMING
CONFIGURE ALARM
SPEED
SET DATE/TIME
VERTICAL TURN ARROWS / HORIZONTAL TURN ARROWS
CALIBRATE SCREEN
CONFIGURE TMC
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DEFINE YOUR NAVIGATION EXPERIENCE
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POINTS-OF-INTEREST (POI)
MAINTAIN POI
ADD AS POI
RENAME POI
REMOVE POI
MAINTAIN POI CATEGORY
ADD POI CATEGORY
RENAME POI CATEGORY
REMOVE POI CATEGORY
POI ALARM
FAVOURITES
SET HOME ADDRESS
SET OFFICE ADDRESS
ADD FAVOURITE
RENAME FAVOURITES
REMOVE FAVOURITES
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APPENDIX
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SAFETY CAMERAS
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ACTIVATE CAMERAS SERVICE
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CHOOSE CAMERAS PACK.
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DISPLAY CAMERA INFO.
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DOWNLOAD CAMERAS
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ACTIVATE CAMERAS PACK.
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USE CAMERAS SERVICE
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SELECT AND OPEN SERVICE
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SELECT AND OPEN CATEGORY
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SELECT AND DISPLAY CAMERA
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USE SAFETY CAMERAS
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INSTALLING OTHER GEOGRAPHIC MAP(S) AND VOICE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE MEMORY
CARD
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FORMATTING YOUR MEMORY CARD
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HOW DOES GPS WORK?
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QUICK REFERENCE CARD – NAVIGATE TO A LOCATION
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CUSTOMER SUPPORT
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LICENSE AGREEMENT
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DISCLAIMER
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Conventions and abbreviations
These are the conventions used in this user manual:
,
,
Locations,
Step-by-step instructions.
Menus and submenus in your ROUTE 66 product.
Change settings
,
,
Icons in your ROUTE 66 product.
,
Amsterdam restaurant
Examples.
Warnings or important information.
These are the abbreviations used in this user manual:
2D
Bi-dimensional
3D
Three-dimensional
GPRS
General Packet Radio Services (technology)
GPS
Global Positioning System
IT
Information Technology
POI
Point-of-interest
RDS
Radio Data System (technology)
TMC
Traffic Message Channel (technology)
USB
Universal Serial Bus
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Introduction
Welcome
Congratulations! You have just purchased your ROUTE 66 product. You are the owner of an all-in-one, GPSenabled navigation solution that contains easy-to-use on-board software, the most comprehensive map
coverage currently available on the market, and state-of-the-art technology.
Easy-to-use software:
You don’t have to be an experienced driver or an IT specialist to use this product. Our professional
solution is simple and user-friendly.
Let the product do all the calculations for you. Meanwhile, concentrate on the road ahead of you and
enjoy your trip.
Behind the wheel. On your bike. Or simply walking. Our solution adapts to your needs and lifestyle.
Do you want to navigate from A to B? Would you rather prefer a detour from the initial route? What
about longer trips, with many stopovers? Your ROUTE 66 product can do this!
Customize! Customize! Customize! It has never been easier to define your navigation the way you like
it! Switch from day view to night view. Browse your route in the classical 2D view, or fly like a bird
over the map in the more challenging 3D perspective. Change map colours. Set speed limits and speed
alerts. Pick the language of the voice instructions and the user interface. Take advantage of the
extensive collection of points-of-interest. Keep your expenses under control...
Comprehensive map coverage:
The geographic data is provided by NAVTEQ, a world leader in premium-quality digital map data.
Street-level or major roads. National or Pan-European coverage. It’s up to you!
Choose from an impressive collection of points-of-interest, including restaurants, hotels and petrol
stations.
Start navigating now! It’s that simple!
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Your first trip: Navigate to a destination
With your ROUTE 66 product, you can travel more easily and much faster.
Let’s say that you wish to travel to a restaurant in Amsterdam:
In Main Menu
Type Amsterdam restaurant, or just amst rest and
confirm your choice
, select Navigate to
.
.
Select Locations
From the list of results, select the location that best
suits your needs, for example Caruso Amsterdam and
confirm your choice
That’s all! Now you can start navigating to your destination.
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First steps
Prepare your device
To start using your ROUTE 66 product, you have to carry out the following 4 steps:
Charge the battery of the device.
Insert the memory card into your device.
Switch on your device and wait for a fixed GPS position.
Launch your ROUTE 66 product.
Understanding the navigation screen
The main elements of the navigation screen are presented below.
Element
Description
Element
Description
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Zoom in
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Strength of GPS signal
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Next street
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Remaining distance to the next turn
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Zoom out
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POI alarm
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Current turn
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Current route
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Remaining distance to the
current turn
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Current street
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Estimated time of arrival
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GPS arrow (current position)
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Remaining time to destination
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Point-of-interest
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Remaining distance to
destination
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Battery level
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Next turn
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Exit information
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You can tap several areas of the navigation screen and display additional information:
• Tap the map area to open the Main Menu screen.
• Tap the top-right area (4) to repeat the last voice instruction.
• Tap the middle-right area (including 5, 6, 7 and 8) to display the Statistics screen.
•
Tap the bottom-right area (including 9, 10, 11 and 17) to display the GPS information screen.
Depending on your preferences and the specifications of your device, the navigation screen will be displayed as
follows:
Vertical turn arrows
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Moving around the menus
Use the following buttons to move through the product:
Button
Action
Go to the next screen or confirm choices made on the
current screen. For example, confirm language selection
or start navigating.
Return to the previous screen or abort the current
action. For example, return to the route type selection or
cancel a search action.
Jump to the main navigation screen, regardless of the
current screen.
(De)Select an item or option.
Move one screen up.
Move one screen down.
Filter long lists of search results.
Delete the selected item in a list.
Delete all items in a list.
Depending on the specifications of your device, the menus will be displayed as follows:
Landscape orientation
Portrait orientation
You can also use the joystick, if available.
Moving around the map
To view the map in a more convenient way, use the following buttons:
Button
Action
Enlarge the map view (zoom in). As you zoom in, more
details will de displayed on the map.
Decrease the map view (zoom out). As you zoom out,
less details will de displayed on the map.
You can scroll the map by selecting & holding the map and dragging it in the desired direction.
You can also use the joystick, if available.
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Using the keyboard
The keyboard is displayed automatically when you want to enter a name (numbers, letters, or both), for
example an address.
To display letters, select ABC.
To display numbers and other symbols, select 123.
To delete characters, select Backspace
.
Using the filter
In longer lists, select the filter
to narrow your search results.
Enter a letter, a group of letters, or a word.
That keyword is searched for in all items of the list.
The keyword can be detected anywhere in the list: at the beginning, in the middle or at the end of an item.
Using the touch screen and stylus
The touch screen allows you to make selections, browse the map or enter data. Touch the desired object on the
screen, with the stylus or simply with one of your fingers.
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Main menu
First of all, spend a few minutes and read the following overview of the main features of your ROUTE 66
product.
Icon
/
Name
Description
Navigate to
Select this button to select a destination and start navigating to
it. Just select your home address or your office address; type the
name of a particular location; pick a Favourite location or a
recently visited address (History); browse a huge collection of
points-of-interest around your current position or around your
destination. Browse the map, select a location and start
navigating to it.
Map options
Select this button to customize your travelling experience. Switch
from day view to night view. Display your route in 2D or 3D
perspective. Set the map perspective. Show or hide your
favourites or the map scale. View the legend and change colours.
Choose which points-of-interest you want to display on the map.
Sound on /
Sound off
Switch the speaker on or off.
Points-ofinterest
Select this button to define and maintain categories of points-ofinterest. Fill these POI categories with locations you visited or
discovered during your trips. Set alerts.
Favourites
Select this button to store and maintain addresses or destinations
that you visit frequently or that are of great importance to you.
Save them as favourites. Add favourites to your trips.
Zoom to
Think of this button as a powerful tool to locate a particular
location on the map.
Change settings
Customize the overall functioning of the product. Set the
language of the user interface and the voice instructions. Set the
backlight, the time indicator or the automatic zooming. Switch
from metric units to imperial units. Control the sound volume of
the voice instructions. Specify the preferred type of route for
travelling. Set safety indicators, including alarm and speed.
Specify what to avoid along your route (motorways, toll roads,
ferries).
Plan a route
Choose your departure location, your destination location and,
optionally, as many stopovers (intermediate locations) as you
need. Then, calculate the route, read the route description and
start navigating.
Navigate via
Select this button to compose a route that contains one or several
stopovers and start navigating. Choose at least the departure
location and destination location; if your route includes several
stopovers (intermediate locations), add each of them as another
waypoint to your route.
TMC information
Select this button to receive the latest traffic messages on your
device. In this way, you can avoid traffic jams, road works or
accidents that occur along your route.
GPS information
Check the status of the GPS receiver.
Help
Statistics
Access the list of help topics and the copyright information.
View statistical data about your current trip.
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Navigate to a location
Now you are ready for your first trip. Select a destination and start navigating.
When you are in the Navigate to
Icon
screen, select:
Name
Description
Home
This is an address or location you frequently navigate to,
for example your home address.
Office
This is an address or location you frequently navigate to,
for example your company headquarters.
Location
Search for a location by typing its name.
Favourites
These are the addresses or locations you saved for
future trips. Instead of searching for a location each
time you need it, you can save it as a favourite and
select it as often as you want.
History
Here you can find the locations that you have visited
recently.
Contacts
Simply select a contact from your address book and
navigate to it.
POI around GPS
position
These are points-of-interest (POI) around your current
GPS position.
POI around destination
These are points-of-interest (POI) near the destination
of your trip.
Point on map
Browse the map and indicate any location.
For details about finding locations, read the Working with locations chapter.
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Working with locations
Locations. Addresses. Places. Points on the map. These are the basic elements that you can use to compose a
new trip. A location can be your departure, your destination, or any intermediate waypoint.
How to take advantage of the available locations?
by name;
•
search locations
•
search the categories of points-of-interest around your current location
destination
or around your
;
•
define your home address
or your office address
•
customize your favourites
•
organize the locations you visited recently (History)
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from your address book, select a contact
•
scroll over the map
;
;
;
;
and indicate any location.
The possibilities are endless!
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Navigate to your home address
Imagine that you have just finished a business meeting far away in the countryside or in an unknown city. And
all you want to do now is to go home. Wouldn’t it be nice to select Home and start navigating to your
destination? That’s possible now!
In Main Menu
Select Home
, select Navigate to
.
.
That’s all! Now you can start navigating to your home address.
This option is available only if you have defined your home address before!
Navigate to your office address
With your ROUTE 66 product, it’s so easy to start travelling to your workplace, be it an office, a university or a
construction site.
In Main Menu
Select Office
, select Navigate to
.
.
That’s all! Now you can start navigating to your office address.
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Find an address and navigate to it
You are driving to an important meeting. But, suddenly, your secretary informs you that there is a last-minute
change: the meeting will take place in another city and in another hotel. Switch on your device, search for this
location, and start navigating to it. All in a few seconds!
In Main Menu
Select Locations
Type the name of the city, for example Amsterdam or just amst. Because the list of possible
, select Navigate to
.
.
locations could be large, narrow your search by typing another keyword, for example hotel or just hot.
When you have entered all search strings, confirm them
Wait for a few seconds. When the list of results is displayed, pick out the location that you are
looking for. Confirm your choice
.
If no result is found, repeat step
.
and enter another search string!
That’s all! Now you can start navigating to your destination.
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Navigate to a favourite location
Let’s say that you frequently travel to the same location, for example a gas station, a ski resort or a cinema.
These are your favourite locations. Would you like to store them into a personal folder? You will never lose
them again! Your ROUTE 66 product lets you carry them with you, find them quickly, and easily navigate to
them.
In Main Menu
Select Favourites
The list of locations you have saved before as favourites is now displayed on the screen. Select
, select Navigate to
.
.
the filter if necessary. Select the location you need and confirm your choice
If no favourite location was saved before, the list of favourites is empty!
That’s all! Now you can start navigating to your destination.
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Navigate to a recently visited location (History)
Let’s say that last week you had a great time visiting a national park in the mountains. This weekend you would
like to go to that same location again. You can try to remember all travelling details, but that’s not always easy.
Or, you can simply go to your History list and find the address you visited last week. Then, select it as your
destination for this weekend.
In Main Menu
, select Navigate to
Select History
.
The list with the locations you have visited recently is now displayed on the screen. Select the
filter if necessary. Select Delete
.
to delete the selected item; select Delete all
items. Select an item in the list and confirm your choice
to delete all
.
If this is your first trip, the Select from history list is empty!
That’s all! Now you can start navigating to your destination.
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Navigate to a contact
You are an active businessperson. You have a dynamic personality. You rely every day on your address book
and your contacts. Wouldn’t it be nice to turn on your device, select the contact you need, and start navigating
to your destination?
In Main Menu
Select Contacts
, select Navigate to
.
.
From the list of available contacts, select the contact you need and confirm your choice
Only the contacts with a valid address are displayed!
A contact can have several addresses! Each address is displayed as a separate entry!
From the list of available addresses, select the location you need and confirm your choice
That’s all! Now you can start navigating to your destination.
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Navigate to a POI around your GPS position
Let’s say that you are spending your holiday in an unknown city (which is now your current GPS position). You
would like to visit as many points-of-interest as possible, for example museums, casinos and libraries. You
could ask the hotel personnel for details and driving instructions, but that takes time. Or, you can use your
device to select a POI category and then a specific POI. Then, it’s up to you to decide which location you want
to visit first!
In Main Menu
Select POI around GPS position
Select a relevant POI category, for example Casino and confirm your choice
, select Navigate to
.
.
The results are sorted by distance: the first POI in the list is the closest to your GPS position.
Select the filter if necessary. Select an item from the list and confirm your choice
.
.
If there is no location that meets your search criteria, the No search results! message is displayed!
That’s all! Now you can start navigating to your destination.
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Navigate to a POI around your destination
Let’s say that next week you will have a business trip to an unknown city (your future destination for a few
days). You would like to know in advance where to find a bank, an ATM or the convention centre. You could ask
the hotel personnel for details and instructions, but that takes time. Or, you can use your device to select a POI
category and then an address. Then, it’s up to you to update your agenda.
In Main Menu
Select POI around destination
Select a relevant POI category, for example Rental car agency and confirm your choice
, select Navigate to
.
.
The results are sorted by distance: the first POI in the list is the closest to your destination.
Select the filter if necessary. Select an item from the list and confirm your choice
.
If there is no location that meets your search criteria, the No search results! message is displayed!
That’s all! Now you can start navigating to your destination.
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Find a point on the map and navigate to it
Let’s say that you are on holiday in a region you visited last year. You have great memories about a particular
location with a superb panorama, but you can’t remember its name. All you remember is the approximate
location on the map. On the screen, browse the map, see where you are right now (your current GPS position),
then search and select that special location. Then start navigating to that location. Fast and simple!
In Main Menu
Select Point on map
The map and your current position
, select Navigate to
.
.
(GPS position) are displayed. Zoom in
to display
more details on the map. Zoom out
to view a larger section of the map. Select & hold and drag the
map in the desired direction. When you see on the map the location of your memories, select it. The
pointer
indicates this location on the map.
Select Navigate to
to choose this location as your destination.
That’s all! Now you can start navigating to your destination.
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Navigate to a destination via intermediate points
(Navigate via)
Let’s say that today you have a very busy program. You have to drive to your office; you have a business
lunch; you must drive home and pick up your family and go shopping; and finally, you want to go to the
cinema. Think of each location as a destination: when you reach the first location, the second location becomes
your next destination; and so on. Add each location as another stopover to your trip. It’s simple and fast!
In Main Menu
The Overview of waypoints screen contains a list of locations you have selected before, or
, select Navigate via
.
locations you intend to include into your next trip. Select a single waypoint and then confirm your
choice
.
Optionally, you can:
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Select Save route
, type a relevant name and then confirm your choice
current group of waypoints.
•
Select Load waypoints
and then confirm your choice
saved during a previous trip.
to save the
to load a group of waypoints,
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to move a location up in the list. This means that the selected location
Select Move up
will precede other locations during your trip.
•
Select Move down
to move a location down in the list. This means that the selected
location will follow other locations during your trip.
Select Delete
to delete a location from the list.
Select Delete all
to delete all locations from the list.
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•
Select Yes and go to step
if you want to add other locations as additional stopovers to
your trip. Select No to start navigating.
In Add waypoint, select another location for your trip, for example your office address. When you
added all waypoints, confirm them
Working with locations chapter.
Repeat step
and then select No. For details about finding locations, read the
as many times as necessary! Following the example above, also add a restaurant
for the business lunch, your home address, a shopping centre and finally a cinema.
That’s all! Now you can start navigating to your destination.
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Plan a route
Let’s say that you intend to spend your holiday in the Benelux. You start your trip in Amsterdam and you want
to visit Rotterdam and Eindhoven. It takes time and energy to browse paper maps and select the best route
that covers all locations you want to visit. Instead, you can plan your route with your ROUTE 66 product, in a
matter of seconds. And you can change your holiday plans over and over again!
In Main Menu
Add your departure location (Amsterdam) and confirm your choice. For details about finding
Add your first destination location (Rotterdam) and confirm your choice.
Select Yes and go to step
, select Plan a route
.
locations, read the Working with locations chapter.
your trip. Select No and go to step
to display the map and the departure location.
In the Destination screen, select the next stopover (intermediate waypoint) for your trip
(Eindhoven).
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Repeat step
as many times as necessary!
The route is calculated. The entire route is shown on the map. Select Navigate to
to start
travelling along the route you planned.
Optionally, you can:
•
Select Zoom to
your trip.
•
Select Route description
and then Destination
to display the final destination of
to display a list with all driving instructions of the route
you planned. Select a turn arrow and confirm it
to show that turn on the map.
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•
The green flag
represents the departure.
The red flag
represents the destination.
That’s all! Now you can start navigating to your destination.
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TMC information
Your ROUTE 66 product allows you to receive the latest traffic messages on your device. Thus, you can avoid
traffic jams, road works or accidents that occur along your route.
The traffic information is gathered by specialized traffic-monitoring centres. Then, the information is broadcast
via the Traffic Message Channel (TMC). Depending on the device you use, you can choose one of the following
solutions to update your list of traffic messages:
TMC information via RDS
Currently, the Radio Data System (RDS) technology is supported by most Personal Navigation Devices (PNDs),
Windows Mobile smartphones and PocketPCs. The TMC messages are received by drivers via an RDS receiver
(built-in or stand-alone). An external antenna is also required. The information is continuously updated.
TMC information via Internet
Most Windows Mobile smartphones and certain PocketPCs (only in case of Windows Mobile for Pocket PC Phone
Edition) use a GPRS (internet) connection to receive traffic information. The information is updated at a time
interval specified by the user.
The available traffic messages are sorted by country and then alphabetically.
Traffic information is available for selected countries and selected products!
In Main Menu
From the list of available traffic messages, select a relevant message.
Select Refresh
Select
, select TMC information
.
to update the list of available traffic messages!
to view the selected message on the map.
To fully take advantage of the traffic messages, use the options in the Configure TMC menu!
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Customize your navigation
You are on holiday, enjoying yourself and having a great time, still a few hours from your destination. Why not
use the many customisation options to adapt the device to your own personal preferences?
Read the following sections and take advantage of the powerful settings in your ROUTE 66 product.
Sound on / Sound off
Go to Main Menu
Choose Sound on
Sound off
.
if you want to listen to the voice instructions while you navigate. Choose
if you want to turn off the voice instructions.
For safety reasons, we recommend you to keep the sound switched on and listen to the voice
instructions! This way, you can concentrate on the road ahead of you and avoid any unpleasant driving
situations!
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Map options
Day colours / Night colours
In Main Menu
Choose Day colours
Choose Night colours
, select Map options
.
when navigating during the day (the device screen is brighter).
when navigating during the night (the device screen is less intense).
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2D perspective / 3D perspective
In Main Menu
Choose 2D perspective
Choose 3D perspective
you.
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, select Map options
.
to view the map from above, as you look at a printed map.
to have a panoramic view, as you are actually seeing the road ahead of
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Set 3D angle
In Main Menu
Select Set 3D angle
Select and hold the slider. Drag it to the left (3D) to increase the viewing angle. Drag it to the
Confirm your choice
, select Map options
.
.
right (2D) to decrease the viewing angle.
.
You can use the Set 3D angle option only when the 3D perspective option is also selected!
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Show favourites / Hide favourites
In Main Menu
, select Map options
Choose Show favourites
favourites
.
to show your personal favourites on the map. Choose Hide
to remove your favourites from the map.
For example, if you have the following list of favourites:
then you can show the favourites on the map or remove them from the map:
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Show scale / Hide scale
In Main Menu
Select Show scale
zoom in
or zoom out
Select Hide scale
, select Map options
.
to display the scale of the map at the top of the screen. When you
, the distance value above the scale is updated accordingly.
to remove the scale.
The scale is available only in 2D perspective!
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Select map
In Main Menu
Choose Select map
The list of available maps is displayed, with the active map highlighted. Select a map and confirm
your choice
, select Map options
.
.
.
The memory card included in this product is preloaded with the map of the country (or group of
countries) of your purchase. Depending on the product that you have bought, you can install other maps from
the enclosed CD.
The number of maps you can install on your memory card depends on the size of the memory card: a
bigger memory card can store more maps!
When you select another map, only the POI categories and points-of-interest that belong to that map
are available!
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Legend
In Main Menu
, select Map options
Select Legend
.
In the Legend screen, select:
•
Cities/Symbols
•
Roads
•
Areas/GPS
•
Icons
.
for cities and road numbers.
for different types of roads.
for areas and arrows.
for points-of-interest.
You can change the default colours for Cities/Symbols, Roads and Areas/GPS. Select
Cities/Symbols
, Roads
or Areas/GPS
and select an item from the list. In the Choose
colour screen, combine the shades of red, green and blue to compose your favourite colour. Move the
slider either to the left or to the right. Optionally, select Default
Confirm your changes
to return to the default colours.
. From now on, your ROUTE 66 product will use your new colours.
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Points-of-interest (POI)
In Main Menu
Choose Points-of-interest (POI)
A list with all POI categories is displayed. Select those POI categories whose points-of-interest
Confirm your choice
, select Map options
.
.
you want to display on the map. Deselect those POI categories whose points-of-interest you do not
want to display on the map. Select the filter if necessary.
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Zoom to
Let’s say that, before you start a new trip, you would like to see a particular location on the map and the
points-of-interest around this location. You can browse the map, zoom in to see more details, zoom out to
cover a larger area, or drag the map in the desired direction. Or, you can simply specify a location and your
ROUTE 66 product displays it on the map. Then, start your trip to that particular location!
In Main Menu
Decide which location to display on the map. For details about finding locations, read the
The Zoom to screen is displayed.
, select Zoom to
.
Working with locations chapter.
•
Select Map options
•
Select Zoom to
•
Select Navigate to
to change your navigation preferences.
to open the Zoom to screen.
to start navigating to the selected location.
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Change settings
Backlight
In Main Menu
Choose Backlight
, select Change settings
.
Move the slider to the left (Min) to
decrease the brightness of the navigation
screen. Move the slider to the right (Max) to
increase the brightness of the navigation
screen.
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Confirm your choice
.
.
When the During navigation option is
selected, the screen is illuminated if you are
navigating to a particular destination.
When the During navigation option is
unselected, the device is illuminated for a few
seconds; then, the device enters into the
power saving mode and the screen turns off.
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Language
In Main Menu
Choose Language
A list of available languages is shown. These are the languages for the user interface and the
, select Change settings
.
.
voice instructions. Select a language and confirm your choice
.
The number of available languages depends on the product that you have bought!
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Units
In Main Menu
Choose Units
Select Kilometres if you want to display the distance information in metric units (kilometres and
, select Change settings
.
.
metres):
Select Miles if you want to display the distance information in imperial units (miles and yards):
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Volume
In Main Menu
Choose Volume
Select & hold and drag the slider to the left (Min) to lower the volume of the voice instructions.
Confirm your choice
, select Change settings
.
.
Select & hold and drag the slider to the right (Max) to increase the volume of the voice instructions.
.
For safety reasons, we recommend you to keep the sound switched on and listen to the voice
instructions! This way, you can concentrate on the road ahead of you and avoid any unpleasant driving
situations!
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Route type
In Main Menu
Choose Route type
Select the type of route that best reflects your navigation style:
•
•
•
•
•
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, select Change settings
.
.
Fastest/Car – navigate to your destination, by car, along the fastest route.
Shortest/Car - navigate to your destination, by car, along the shortest route.
Fastest/Lorry - navigate to your destination, by lorry (truck), along the fastest route.
Shortest/Lorry - navigate to your destination, by lorry (truck), along the shortest route.
Pedestrian - walk to your destination.
Confirm your choice
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Avoid motorways
In Main Menu
Choose Avoid motorways
Select On if you want to exclude motorways from your route. Select Off if you do not want to
, select Change settings
.
.
exclude motorways from your route.
Avoid toll roads
In Main Menu
Choose Avoid toll roads
Select On if you want to exclude toll roads from your route. Select Off if you do not want to
, select Change settings
.
.
exclude toll roads from your route.
Avoid ferries
In Main Menu
Choose Avoid ferries
Select On if you want to exclude ferries from your route. Select Off if you do not want to exclude
, select Change settings
.
.
ferries from your route.
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Automatic zooming
In Main Menu
Choose Automatic zooming
Select On if you want to automatically enlarge the map (zoom in) and see more details of the
, select Change settings
.
.
road when approaching street junctions.
Select Off if you want to manually select the zoom level you need; the zoom level you selected is
preserved until you manually change it.
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Configure alarm
Never underestimate the safety measures! Use this option to set a safety speed: when you navigate and reach
this speed, an alarm warns you that you are driving too fast.
In Main Menu
, select Change settings
Choose Configure alarm
.
.
Select the numeric value (for example, 140). In the Alarm speed screen, type a different value
and confirm your choice
.
In the Alarm type section, select the left arrow
Confirm your choice
or the right arrow
to select the type of
warning that automatically starts when you drive too fast:
• None – no warning
• Acoustic alarm – a sound warning
• Visible alarm – a blinking warning
• Both - a sound warning and a blinking warning
.
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Speed
Feel free to further customize your navigation! You can indicate the speed you prefer for each type of road.
These values will be considered when calculating a route, the estimated travel time and the estimated time of
arrival. Please note that if you change the speed setting, the calculated routes will be different.
In Main Menu
, select Change settings
Choose Speed
.
Select a type of road (for example Motorway). Select the numeric value (for example 100). In
.
the Alarm speed screen, type a different value and confirm your choice
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Set date/time
You can modify the date and time displayed by your ROUTE 66 product.
In Main Menu
Choose Set date/time
The first three controls represent the date (year-month-day). The last two controls represent the
, select Change settings
.
.
time (hour-minutes). Use the up arrow
or the down arrow
to select the correct values.
Use the back arrow
Select Synchronize with GPS receiver to set the date and time, based on the selected time
Confirm your choice
or the next arrow
to select your time zone.
zone and the available GPS information.
.
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Vertical turn arrows / Horizontal turn arrows
Would you prefer to see the driving instructions (turn arrows) on the right side of the navigation screen, or at
the bottom of the navigation screen? Choose the option you prefer.
In Main Menu
Choose Vertical turn arrows
, select Change settings
.
to display the driving instructions on the right side of the
screen.
Choose Horizontal turn arrows
screen.
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to display the driving instructions at the bottom of the
This option is available only for certain devices!
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Calibrate screen
To be sure that the screen of your device works properly, you must calibrate your screen when necessary.
Calibrating means adjusting the precision and reaction of the screen.
In Main Menu
Choose Calibrate screen
Select & hold your stylus on the cross icon
Select the screen again to save your settings.
, select Change settings
.
.
+. You must select the screen 5 times: first in the
centre, then in the 4 corners of the screen.
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Configure TMC
Unfortunately, the traffic conditions change all the time! Unexpected traffic jams, roadblocks and accidents can
ruin a perfectly planned holiday. Use our traffic messages (TMC) and make your journey more enjoyable!
In Main Menu
Choose Configure TMC
, select Change settings
.
.
The traffic information is gathered by specialized traffic-monitoring centres. Then, the information is broadcast
via the Traffic Message Channel (TMC). Depending on the device you use, you can choose one of the following
solutions to update your list of traffic messages:
Data source: RDS
Currently, the Radio Data System (RDS) technology is supported by most Personal Navigation Devices (PNDs),
Windows Mobile smartphones and PocketPCs. The TMC messages are received by drivers via an RDS receiver
(built-in or stand-alone). An external antenna is also required. The information is continuously updated.
Data source: Internet
Most Windows Mobile smartphones and certain PocketPCs (only in case of Windows Mobile for Pocket PC Phone
Edition) use a GPRS (internet) connection to receive traffic information. The information is updated at a time
interval specified by the user.
Set your TMC interval:
Never – it means that the traffic messages are not updated automatically on your device.
Every … minutes – it means that new traffic messages are automatically updated on your
device, every … minutes.
You can manually update the list of available traffic messages! In Main Menu
and select Refresh
, select TMC information
.
Select Enable dynamic routing if you want to use the traffic messages during navigation. When
Confirm your choice
something happens on the road, your ROUTE 66 product analyzes the situation and automatically
recalculates the best possible route. Unselect Enable dynamic routing if you do not want to use
traffic messages.
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Define your navigation experience
Points-of-interest (POI)
Well, you travelled a lot and saw many wonderful places. Now it’s the right moment to organize the locations
you visited during your trips. Define your personal categories of points-of-interest. Add locations to your POI
categories. Set advanced warnings.
Maintain POI
Add, rename or remove points-of-interest.
Add as POI
In Main Menu
Choose Maintain POI
Choose Add as POI
Select a user-defined POI category and confirm your choice
, select Points-of-interest (POI)
.
.
.
. Any POI must belong to a POI
category.
You cannot continue if there isn’t at least one user-defined POI category!
Decide how to find the POI you want to add. For details about finding locations, read the
Working with locations chapter. Confirm
category.
to save the selected location as a POI to the current
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Rename POI
In Main Menu
Choose Maintain POI
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, select Points-of-interest (POI)
.
.
Choose Rename POI
.
Select a user-defined POI category and confirm your choice
.
Select the point-of-interest you want to rename, then confirm your choice
Change the name of the selected POI.
Confirm your choice
.
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Remove POI
In Main Menu
Choose Maintain POI
, select Points-of-interest (POI)
Choose Remove POI
.
.
.
Select a user-defined POI category and confirm your choice
.
Select the point-of-interest you want to delete, then confirm your choice
Select Yes to confirm that you really want to delete this POI.
.
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Maintain POI category
Add, rename or remove POI categories.
Keep in mind that there are two kinds of POI categories:
pre-installed categories – These POI categories belong to the geographic map. You cannot modify
or remove them.
user-defined categories – You can add and modify these POI categories.
Add POI category
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In Main Menu
Choose Maintain POI category
Choose Add POI category
Type the name of the new category, for example Hotel (nl). Confirm your choice
Select a relevant icon for the new POI category, and confirm your choice
, select Points-of-interest (POI)
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Rename POI category
In Main Menu
Choose Maintain POI category
Choose Rename POI category
Select a user-defined POI category and confirm your choice
, select Points-of-interest (POI)
.
.
.
.
Change the name of the selected POI category and confirm your choice
.
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Remove POI category
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In Main Menu
Choose Maintain POI category
Choose Remove POI category
Select the user-defined POI category you want to delete, then confirm your choice
Select Yes to confirm that you really want to delete this POI category.
, select Points-of-interest (POI)
.
.
.
.
When you delete a POI category, all points-of-interest belonging to that category are also deleted!
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POI alarm
You are on holiday. You are driving to your holiday destination. Wouldn’t it be nice to know, in advance, that a
gas station or a hotel is 1 km ahead of you, along your route? Activate your POI alarm! You will never miss an
important location.
In Main Menu
Choose POI alarm
Select a POI category and confirm your choice
, select Points-of-interest (POI)
.
.
. This means that, during navigation, you will
be warned in advance that you are approaching points-of-interest from this POI category along your
route. For example, select the POI category Museum; this means that you will be warned when you
are approaching a museum. Each category has its own icon, for example
Library or
for Hospital,
for
for Museum.
means a POI category previously configured for POI alarm.
means a POI category you have just selected for POI alarm.
means a POI category that is currently ignored by the POI alarm.
You can select and configure several categories at the same time! The same warning type, warning
distance and warning sound will be applied to all categories you selected!
Select the type of warning you prefer and confirm your choice
Icons and distance
in top left corner
Icons and distance
in top right corner
:
Icons and distance
at GPS location
Select at which distance from the point-of-interest you want to receive a warning and confirm
your choice
.
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:
Warn only on route? – When selected, you will be warned only about points-of-interest along
your route; when deselected, you will be warned about any points-of-interest along and around
the route.
Warning sound – Select a sound that you like. Select the left arrow
scroll the list of available sounds.
Test sound – Select and listen to the selected sound.
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Favourites
There are many locations that you visit frequently and are of great importance to you. Save these locations as
your favourites – one time only! Add these favourites to your trips – over and over again!
Use the Favourites menu to set your home address and your office address. You can also add favourites,
rename favourites and remove favourites.
Set home address
In Main Menu
, select Favourites
Choose Set home address
.
Type the name of the location you want to find and confirm your choice
.
In the list of results, select the address that you want to add as your home address. Select the
filter if necessary. Confirm your choice
.
to continue.
A summary report is displayed. Select
to finish.
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Set office address
In Main Menu
Choose Set office address
Type the name of the location you want to find and confirm your choice
, select Favourites
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.
In the list of results, select the address that you want to add as your office address. Select the
filter if necessary. Confirm your choice
.
to continue.
A summary report is displayed. Select
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Add favourite
In Main Menu
Choose Add favourite
Decide how to find the favourite you want to add. For details about finding locations, read the
Select
, select Favourites
.
.
Working with locations chapter.
to save the selected location as a favourite location.
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Rename favourites
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In Main Menu
Choose Rename favourites
Select the favourite destination you want to rename and confirm your choice
Change the name of the selected favourite and confirm your choice
, select Favourites
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Remove favourites
In Main Menu
Choose Remove favourites
In the list of results:
•
Select Delete
•
Select Delete all
, select Favourites
.
.
to delete the selected favourite;
to delete all favourites.
Select Yes to confirm that you really want to delete this favourite.
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Appendix
Safety Cameras
This is a purchasable extra service provided by ROUTE 66.
During navigation, you will drive through road sections with different speed limits or
other traffic control methods (speed cameras, traffic lights, etc.). If you know in
advance which are those sections and which are the traffic rules that apply, you can
avoid traffic problems and speed tickets.
You can know in advance about the next speed limits if you subscribe to the Safety
Cameras service. This service monitors and collects the latest traffic control sections,
and sends them to your device. Thus, your device will warn you in time.
Activate Cameras Service
In order to use the safety cameras service for a particular country or region, first you
must activate (subscribe to) this service. Subscribing means obtaining a license of use
for a safety camera package and for a specified period of time.
Note: You need a valid credit card and a functional GPRS connection in order to
subscribe to this service.
Choose Cameras Pack.
Several safety camera services might be available in the Shop section. Depending on
the region you intend to navigate through, choose and buy the appropriate service.
Open – displays the content of the selected folder.
Download – starts the subscribing process.
Show information – displays package details.
Display Camera Info.
Before purchasing a service, check the price, description and validity period.
In the Shop catalog, locate the package you need. Select Options > Show
information.
Download Cameras
After you found the service you need, start downloading the safety camera service.
In the Shop catalog, locate the package you need. Select Options > Download.
Note: The downloading time can vary, depending on the package size and the
network conditions.
Activate Cameras Pack.
Now the service is downloaded. It’s time to activate the service.
Start the activation of the Safety Cameras service.
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Product price is displayed.
Provide credit card information.
The credit card information is processed (verified). When completed, the activated
package is transferred to the Available list of safety cameras packages.
Notes:
The purchase procedure is identical for all Extras services. Refer to Activate maps
section for full details about providing the credit card information.
A license of use is only granted for, and compatible with, the country or region it was
licensed for. You cannot use the same license for several different countries.
Use Cameras Service
OK. You downloaded, activated and purchased the service. It’s time to receive on
your device the real information about safety cameras. After the safety cameras
database is updated on your device, you can check the available categories of traffic
control, and their location on the current map.
Open the service.
Update the list of safety cameras.
Scroll the list of categories and open a category.
Select a safety camera and display it on the map.
Select and Open Service
A single service can be in use.
A service marked with a padlock is already downloaded but not activated
(purchased).
Buy license – opens the Credit card info screen and starts the purchasing
procedure. This option is shown for services which are not activated.
Show information – displays the price, description and validity period of this
service.
Open – opens the selected package. This option is shown for services which
are already activated.
Select and Open Category
The content can vary, depending on the available traffic control devices in the
selected region.
Update – click this button to manually receive new safety camera
information. In the popup menu select:
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around GPS position – update the safety camera content covering an area of
20 km radius around your current GPS position.
to entire map – update the safety camera content covering the entire map.
Note: Updating can be also done automatically. Go to Settings > Extras > Camera
interval and set the frequency of automatically receiving new information.
Select and Display Camera
Update – click this button to manually receive new safety camera information.
Note: Updating can be also done automatically. Go to Settings > Extras > Camera
interval and set the frequency of automatically receiving new information.
Use Safety Cameras
The information provided by the Safety Cameras Service can be used in two different
ways:
during navigation, you will be warned in advance that ahead on the road
there are traffic control devices or speed limit road segments;
during map browsing, you can check in advance which are the traffic control
devices or speed limit road segments. Thus, you can plan your trips by
choosing the fastest route or by avoiding unpleasant events along the route.
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Installing other geographic map(s) and voice
instructions on the Memory Card
You can (re)install the navigation software, geographic map(s) and voice instructions from the enclosed backup CD(s) onto your memory card.
When you use the installation CD(s) for the first time, you first have to manually format your memory card (see
Formatting your Memory Card below for how to do this). If you have completed an earlier installation using
the CD(s), you can immediately proceed with the steps below.
1.
Connect the memory card reader & writer to the USB port of your computer, then insert the memory
card into the memory card reader & writer and the CD into the CD drive.
2.
The installation should start automatically. If it does not start, please run setup.exe from the CD(s).
3.
Select the language you want the installation to be performed in, e.g., "English", and click Next.
4.
Click Next to continue.
5.
Select the drive where the files should be installed. Click Next to continue.
6.
Read the license agreement carefully, select the first option and click Next to continue.
If geographic map(s) and voice instructions are already installed on your memory card, choose the relevant
option and click Next to continue:
Modify to select new components to install or the components to remove (see steps 7 to 10
below).
Repair to reinstall the components that were previously installed (see steps 7 to 10 below).
Remove to remove the installed components (see step 10 below).
7.
Select the language of the voice instructions (e.g., "English") you want to install onto the memory
card. Note: The default language is identical to the Setup Language. Click Next to continue.
8.
Select the geographic map(s) you want to install onto the memory card (e.g., "United Kingdom &
Ireland"). Click Next to continue.
9.
Click Install to start installing the geographic map(s) and the voice instructions onto the memory
card. (For products with more than one CD: please note that not all CDs are necessarily asked for
during the installation process. This depends on which map(s) you have selected for installation in step
8).
10. Click Finish to complete the installation / maintenance process. The geographic map(s) and voice
instructions are now installed on your memory card and can be used for navigation.
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Formatting your Memory Card
Formatting the memory card maximizes the free space on the memory card and optimizes the speed of reading
and writing files from/onto the memory card.
Warning:
Formatting will erase ALL data on the memory card. Note that your ROUTE 66 product can always be restored
on your memory card using the CD(s), but you may want to backup other data (e.g., photographs or MP3s)
that you have stored on the memory card.
1.
Insert your memory card into the memory card reader & writer.
2.
Connect your memory card reader & writer to a USB port of your PC.
3.
Open (double-click) My Computer on your PC. The corresponding memory card appears in the
Devices with Removable Storage section as “Removable Disk”. Make sure this is the correct
memory card (e.g., disconnect the memory card reader & writer and verify that the disk disappears
from the list; next, reconnect your memory card reader & writer).
4.
Click on the right button of the mouse on the identified Removable Disk and choose "Format..." Select
“FAT” (not “FAT32”) under "File system" and click Start. Take good notice of the contents of the
warning message. If you agree, click OK. The memory card will be formatted, erasing ALL data on it!
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How does GPS work?
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite-based navigation system made up of a network of 24
satellites placed into Earth’s orbit. GPS works in any weather condition, anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day.
There are no subscription fees or setup charges to use GPS.
A GPS receiver must be locked on to the signal of at least three satellites to calculate a 2D position (latitude
and longitude) and track movement. With four or more satellites in view, the receiver can determine your 3D
position (latitude, longitude and altitude).
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Quick Reference Card – Navigate to a location
Use this printable Quick Reference Card to easily find the steps to follow in order to navigate to a location.
Navigate to your home address
In Main Menu
Navigate to
, select
Find an address and navigate
to it
In Main Menu
.
Select Home
.
Navigate to your office address
Select Locations
Type the name of the city. When
In Main Menu
, select
.
In Main Menu
The list of locations you have
, select
saved before as favourites is now
displayed on the screen. Select the
location you need and confirm your
.
.
Navigate to a contact
In Main Menu
Navigate to a POI around your
GPS position
, select
In Main Menu
Navigate to
Select History
The list with the locations you
.
Select Contacts
.
From the list of available
.
Select POI around GPS position
.
contacts, select the contact you need
have visited recently is now displayed
on the screen. Select an item in the list
and confirm your choice
and confirm your choice
.
, select
.
.
.
From the list of available
addresses, select the location you need
and confirm your choice
.
Select a relevant POI category
and confirm your choice
.
Select an item from the list and
confirm your choice
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.
Wait for a few seconds. When the
Navigate to
Navigate to
Select Favourites
.
Navigate to a recently visited
location (History)
.
choice
, select
list of results is displayed, pick out the
location that you are looking for.
.
Select Office
.
you have entered all search strings,
Confirm your choice
In Main Menu
.
confirm them
Navigate to
Navigate to
Navigate to
, select
Navigate to a favourite location
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Navigate to a POI around your
destination
Find a point on the map and
navigate to it
In Main Menu
, select
.
Navigate to
In Main Menu
Navigate to
, select
Navigate to a destination via
intermediate points (Navigate
via)
In Main Menu
.
Navigate via
Select POI around destination
.
.
.
The map and your current
.
.
Select a single waypoint and then
confirm your choice
on it. The pointer
indicates this
location on the map.
Select an item from the list and
confirm your choice
Select Point on map
position are displayed. Select & hold
and drag the map in the desired
direction. When you see on the map
the location of your memories, select
Select a relevant POI category
and confirm your choice
, select
.
Select Yes and go to step
In Add waypoint, select another
Select Navigate to
to
add this location as your destination.
all waypoints, confirm them
then select No.
Plan a route
In Main Menu
Plan a route
, select
.
Add your departure location.
Add your first destination location.
Select Yes and go to step
if
you want to add other locations as
additional stopovers to your trip. Select
No and go to step
to display the
map and the departure location.
In the Destination screen, select
the second destination for your trip
if
location for your trip. When you added
you want to add other locations as
additional stopovers to your trip. Select
No to start navigating.
The route is calculated. The entire
route is shown on the map. Select
Navigate to
to start travelling
along the route you planned.
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Customer Support
If you have any questions regarding the use of your ROUTE 66 product, please send an e-mail to
support@66.com. You can also visit the ROUTE 66 web site (http://www.66.com/) from time to time in
order to stay informed about free updates and our latest offers.
License agreement
This is a legal agreement between you, the end user, and ROUTE 66 Geographic Information BV,
Ridderkerk, The Netherlands ("ROUTE 66").
IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT, PROMPTLY RETURN THE CD-ROM/FLOPPY
DISK/DOWNLOAD PACKAGE, THE HARDWARE AND ACCOMPANYING ITEMS - PROVIDED THEY HAVE NOT
BEEN USED - TO THE PLACE YOU OBTAINED THEM. IF YOU HAVE ALREADY PAID FOR THE SOFTWARE
AND/OR HARDWARE ROUTE 66 OR ITS AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR FROM WHOM YOU OBTAINED THE
SOFTWARE AND/OR HARDWARE, WILL REFUND YOU THE PURCHASE PRICE PROVIDED YOU PROVIDE
ROUTE 66 WITH PROOF OF PURCHASE AND PAYMENT.
BY BREAKING THE SEAL OF THE CD-ROM/FLOPPY DISK, PRESSING THE "I AGREE" BUTTON FOR A
DOWNLOAD, OR BY USING THE SOFTWARE AND/OR HARDWARE YOU ARE AGREEING TO BE BOUND BY
THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT.
YOU REPRESENT AND WARRANT THAT YOU HAVE THE RIGHT AND THE AUTHORITY TO ENTER INTO THIS
LICENSE AGREEMENT AND THAT YOU ARE OVER THE AGE OF MAJORITY. IF NOT, YOU MAY NOT USE THE
SOFTWARE AND/OR HARDWARE.
The License is subject to Law of the Netherlands and the District Court of Rotterdam is the only competent
court for disputes related to this License or the use of the Software and/or Hardware. The United Nations
Convention on Contracts for the International Sales of Goods is hereby excluded from application to this
License.
1) GRANT OF LICENSE: This ROUTE 66 License Agreement ("License") permits you to use the ROUTE 66
computer program and the digital (map) data included in the accompanying package acquired with this
License on any single computer, provided the Software is installed on only one computer at any time and
provided the Software is combined only with one (1) navigation system. This License is non-exclusive and
non-transferable.
This License does not imply any rights to future upgrades or updates of the Software. The use of any
upgrades or updates of the Software is governed by this License and may be subject to additional
payments.
2) COPYRIGHT: The copyrights and other intellectual or proprietary rights to the Software and Hardware
are owned by ROUTE 66 or its suppliers. You may either (a) make one copy of the Software solely for
backup or archival purposes, or (b) transfer the Software to a single medium provided you keep the
original solely for backup or archival purposes. You may not copy the product manual(s) or written
materials accompanying the Software. You only become the owner of the material data carrier and you do
not acquire the ownership of the Software.
3) OTHER RESTRICTIONS: The hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting of Software and
Hardware are prohibited. You are not permitted to fully or partly modify the Software, to analyze it by
means of reverse-engineering, to decompile or disassemble the Software, or to make products derived
from it. If you wish to obtain information that is necessary to ensure the interoperability of the Software
with third party software, please contact ROUTE 66 at support@66.com. You are explicitly prohibited from
downloading the digital maps and programs contained in the Software or from transferring these to another
data carrier or computer.
4) CONFIDENTIALITY: You acknowledge and agree that the Hardware and Software was developed at
considerable time and expense by ROUTE 66 and is confidential to and a trade secret of ROUTE 66. You
agree to maintain the Software in strict confidence and not to disclose or provide access thereto to any
person. If you would nevertheless grant another person (unauthorized) access to the Hardware and/or
Software, you guarantee that such person accepts the terms and conditions of this License and you will
indemnify ROUTE 66 and its authorized distributors against any claim of such person.
MANUFACTURER'S LIMITED WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY:
1) You may only use the Software and Hardware after having read the instructions supplied with it before
you use it. If you have any difficulty using the Software and Hardware, consult the instructions to check
you are using it correctly.
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2) The use of the Software and Hardware in a navigation system means that calculation errors can occur,
caused by local environmental conditions and/or incomplete data. ROUTE 66 cannot warrant that the
ROUTE 66 product and data carrier operates error-free.
3) ROUTE 66 warrants to you that the Hardware will be free from defects in workmanship and materials for
a period that is the shorter of (a) one (1) year from the date that the Hardware was first purchased by you
and (b) the period ending upon your breach of any term of the License ("Warranty Period"). During the
Warranty Period the Hardware will be repaired or replaced at ROUTE 66's option ("Limited Warranty"),
without charge to you for either part or labour. This warranty covers the prompt replacement of the data
carrier only. If the Hardware is repaired or replaced during the Warranty Period, the Warranty Period will
expire five (5) months from the date of replacement or repair. This Limited Warranty does not apply to
normal wear and tear, if the Hardware is opened or repaired by someone not authorized by ROUTE 66 and
does not cover repair or replacement of any Hardware or part thereof damaged by: misuse, moisture,
liquids, proximity or exposure to heat and accident, abuse, non-compliance with the instructions supplied
with the Software and/or Hardware, neglect or misapplication. The Limited Warranty does not cover
physical damage to the surface of the Hardware.
4) Repair or replacement of the Hardware is the exclusive remedy provided to you. This Limited Warranty is
in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied, including any implied warranty or condition of
merchantability and/or quality or fitness for a particular use or purpose and/or any implied warranty or
condition of non-infringement. Neither ROUTE 66 nor any authorized distributor of ROUTE 66 shall in any
way be liable to you and you hereby waive any direct, indirect, economic, special, commercial, incidental,
exemplary or consequential damages (including without limitation), lost profits, loss of business revenue or
earnings, lost data, damages caused by delay or failure to realize expected savings (arising from or in
connection with the use or performance of the Software and/or Hardware, even if ROUTE 66 or an
authorized distributor of ROUTE 66 are aware of the possibility of such damages). This limitation is
intended to apply and does apply without regard to whether such damages are claimed, ascertained or
brought in an action or claim sounding in tort (including negligence) of contract, or other warranty, or any
other law or form of action. In no event shall ROUTE 66's liability to you or to any third party claiming
through you, exceed the purchase price of the Hardware and/or Software you purchase. This Limited
Warranty shall not exclude or limit the liability of ROUTE 66 for death or personal injury caused by the
negligence of ROUTE 66, in jurisdictions which do not allow such exclusion or limitation.
5) You cannot transfer this Limited Warranty to another person.
6) This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights that vary from
country to country. Some countries may not allow the exclusion or limitation of damages. If this Limited
Warranty is held to be invalid or unenforceable, such invalidity or unenforceability shall not invalidate or
render unenforceable the entire Limited Warranty, but rather the Limited Warranty shall be construed as if
not containing the particular invalid or unenforceable provision or provisions, and the rights and obligations
of each party shall be construed and enforced accordingly.
Disclaimer
1.
Location measurement with a GPS receiver should not be used for precise location measurement.
Therefore you should never rely solely on the location measurement by the GPS receiver.
2.
All digital cartography is to a certain degree inaccurate and incomplete. Therefore you should never
rely solely on the cartography provided by this product.
3.
You agree that the personal data you provide by using this product may be used to provide the
services of this product to you and that these personal data may be transferred outside the European
Union.
4.
When you are using hardware and software navigation aids like this product in a vehicle, it is your sole
responsibility to place, secure, and use these aids in such a manner that they will not cause accidents,
personal injury or property damage, or in any manner obstruct your view. You, the user of this
product, are solely responsible for observing safe driving practices at all time. While driving keep your
hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road. Do not manipulate this product while driving but park
the vehicle first. ROUTE 66 AND ITS SUPPLIERS HEREBY DISCLAIM ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF
THIS PRODUCT IN A WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS, DAMAGE OR VIOLATION OF THE LAW.
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