Updating garmin satnavs
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Hi Guys and Girls Any suggestions on Hgv tom tom's - Don't want to pay too much but I have a car one and a truckers guide but don't always have the time to check every single route.And he is sending me down terraced streets but then I can not turn as they park on the corners or double park.
I drive 26t day cab - UKThanks Guys Hi Guys and Girls Any suggestions on Hgv tom tom's - Don't want to pay too much but I have a car one and a truckers guide but don't always have the time to check every single route.I drive 26t day cab - UKThanks Guyshow the [zb] is your satnav sending you down unsuitable roads, does it grip the steering wheel and wrestle it out of your hands and take control of the vehicle or is it you that is turning down unsuitable roads whilst blindly following your satnav?honestly don't think it will matter what you use, if you blindly turn down unsuitable roads now you will surely continue to do so, if you cannot see that a road is suitable why turn down it Not possible i am afraid due to limitations on the size of memory in an XXL....is possible to install a cut down version of the tomtom application and add the map to make it less than 2gb but its not an easy fix...you need to know where to get these things and they aint official Not possible i am afraid due to limitations on the size of memory in an XXL....is possible to install a cut down version of the tomtom application and add the map to make it less than 2gb but its not an easy fix...you need to know where to get these things and they aint official There are a lot of generic Sat Navs on the market now which have different brand names but which all use the same mapping software and the Windows CE 6.0 operating system.Quite why any Sat Nav using these systems would perform any differently in Germany to any other Sat Nav using them is beyond me.I drive 26t day cab - UKThanks Guys I got a 530 with latest navcore and latest maps , total cost SH Tom Tom can be had for £60 maps free if you look , all those chinese satnavs are tat , if they are selling them for sixty on ebay the cost to build is pennies , steer clear HTH. 1439.l2649I recently bought the Tom Tom Classic XXL and I put weight limits in as Points Of Interest so that they flash up when I'm near to them.Mine was £74, Europe-wide including speedcams, truck specific including all classes of hazardous, HD, Windows 6.0 operating system, two-year-warranty, free lifetime updates. I still use my OS and truckers atlas' and the sat nav to guide me the last bit of a journey.
I also find Google Maps very good for double checking street names and postcodes are correct before I input them in my satnav.
I've just bought the new pro nav pnn350 paid 220 delivered and that includes euro maps.
Yet to try it out but have the older version and its very good, you still have to check the map unless you already know roughly how to get there but thats more about being sensible than the product not being any good, 9 times out of 10 you'll be fine but it has caught be out does`nt reconise m6 betweem j13 & j16 ???
it tries to take you off to run parralell.luckilly i recognise a motorway when i`m on one , however like others on here (if not most) i tend to plan my route using a map and then use the sat nav to take me "round the houses".
also i find the trip monitor facility usefull on the occasions i drive a truck (mostly in a van). also on a differnt track , i have a tom tom xxl europe (car maps) that needs updating, theres a beer in it if anyone can update it for me ,i tried it once and managed to wipe it????
had to send it away to get sorted hence i bought the pnavi in the meantime.