Tomtom GO 520T
RAM handlebar or rail motorcycle mount for the TomTom GO 520, GO 520T, GO 720, GO 720T, GO 730, GO 920 & GO 920T. The zinc coated u-bolt base accommodates rails 0.75" To 1.25" in diameter.
Part Number: RAM-B-149Z-TO6U
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Take care of your TomTom GO
Never leave your TomTom GO or accessories on view when you leave the car or they may become an easy target for thieves. You can set a password for your TomTom GO which must be entered every time you start your GO. For more information, see Using TomTom HOME (89). It is important to take care of your GO. Your GO is not designed for use in extreme temperatures and any such exposure may cause permanent damage. Do not open the casing of your GO under any circumstances. Doing so may be dangerous and will invalidate the warranty. Wipe or dry the screen of your GO using a soft cloth. Do not use any liquid cleaners.
When your TomTom GO starts, you are shown the Driving View along with detailed information about your current location. Tap the centre of the screen at any time to open the Main Menu. Note: The Driving View is shown in black and white until your GO locates your current position.
A Tap + and - to zoom in and out. B Your current position. C The name of the next major road or road sign information, if applicable. D Navigation instruction for the road ahead. Tap this area to repeat the last spoken instruction and to change the volume. E The name of the next street to turn onto. F Information about your journey such as journey time, remaining distance and arrival time. To select what will be shown, tap Status bar preferences in the Preferences menu. G GPS signal strength. H Traffic bar To set up Traffic information, tap the Traffic bar to open the Traffic menu or tap TomTom Traffic in the Main Menu. I Quick menu - For more information, refer to the full manual.
Enhanced Positioning Technology
Note: Enhanced Positioning Technology is available on the TomTom GO 920 and 920T. Enhanced Positioning Technology or EPT estimates your location when GPS reception is poor, such as when you drive between tall buildings. Your GO uses positioning sensors to monitor your acceleration and direction and then estimates your current location. EPT only helps your GO to estimate your location. Calculating your precise location is only possible when your GO receives a strong GPS signal. When your GO is using EPT to estimate your location, the EPT icon is shown on the status bar. Your GO calibrates EPT automatically. If calibration is not complete when your GO loses GPS reception, EPT cannot be used and the screen is shown in grey, for example, when there is no GPS reception at the beginning of a journey.
A EPT icon. B Your current position.
Calibration is done automatically and requires no interaction from you. However, it is useful to have basic understanding of the calibration procedure. Your TomTom GO resets the positioning sensors each time the device is switched on. To help improve accuracy in estimating your location, your GO calibrates the sensors throughout your journey. The following conditions are required for successful calibration: Your GO is receiving a strong GPS signal. The car has been stationary for at least 5 seconds and then travels along a straight and level section of road for at least one minute.
Making your first journey
Planning a route with your TomTom GO is easy. To plan your first route, follow the steps below. Important: You should always plan your journey before you start driving. It is dangerous to plan a route while driving. 1. Tap the screen to bring up the Main Menu. Note: The buttons on your GO are shown in full colour unless a button is currently unavailable. For example, the button named Find alternative. in the Main Menu is not available until you have planned a route. 2. Tap Navigate to.
3. Tap Address.
When you enter an address, you can choose from the following options: City centre - tap this button to set your destination as the centre of a city or town. Street and house number - tap this button to set an exact address as your destination. Postcode - tap this button to enter a postcode as your destination. Note: You can enter a postcode for any country. In the UK and the Netherlands, postcodes are detailed enough to identify a house on their own. In other countries you can enter a postcode to identify a town or area. You will then have to enter a street and house number.
Crossing or intersection - tap this button to set your destination as the point where two streets meet. Spoken address - tap this button to set your destination by announcing the address to your GO. For more information, see Spoken address (21). For your first journey, we will enter an exact address. 4. Tap Street and house number.
Note: When planning a trip for the first time your GO asks you to choose a country. Your choice is saved and used for all routes you plan. You can change this setting at any time by tapping the country flag. 5. Start to type the name of the town where you want to go.
As you type, the names of the towns that match what you have typed are shown. When your destination appears in the list, tap the name of the town to set the destination. Tip: Instead of typing the name, tap this button to say the address by speaking to your GO. For more information, see Spoken address (21) 6. Start to type the name of the street and select it when it is shown. As with the name of the town, the names of the streets that match what you have typed are shown. When your destination appears in the list, tap the name of the street to set the destination. 7. Now enter the house number of your destination and then tap Done.
8. Your GO asks if you need to arrive at a particular time. For this exercise, tap NO.
The route is calculated by your GO. 9. When the route has been calculated, tap Done. Your GO will immediately begin to guide you to your destination, using both spoken instructions and on-screen directions.
When you plan a route, your TomTom GO asks you if you need to arrive at a particular time. Tap YES to enter a preferred arrival time. Your GO calculates your arrival time and shows you whether you will arrive on time. You can also use this information to work out when you need to leave. If your GO shows that you will arrive 30 minutes early, you can wait and leave in 30 minutes time, rather than arrive early. Your arrival time is constantly recalculated during your journey. The status bar shows whether you will arrive on time or if you are going to be late, as shown below: You will arrive 55 minutes before the arrival time you entered. If the estimated arrival time is more than five minutes before the time you entered, it is shown in green. You will arrive 3 minutes before the arrival time you entered. If the estimated arrival time is less than 5 minutes before the time you entered, it is shown in yellow. You will arrive 19 minutes late. If the estimated arrival time is later than the time you entered, it is shown in red. Tap Status bar preferences in the Preferences menu, to enable or disable arrival time notifications.
Looking at photos
1. Tap Music and media in the Main Menu. 2. Tap Photo gallery. The Photo gallery starts, showing small versions (thumbnails) of all the photos on your GO. Tap the arrows to move up and down the page of thumbnails. Tap Slideshow to start a slideshow. Tap the thumbnail of a photo to view a large version of that photo.
A Buttons to zoom in and zoom out on the photo. B Buttons to move to the next and the previous photo. C Tap Slideshow to start a slideshow. D Tap Delete to delete a photo.
Help me! provides an easy way to navigate to emergency services centres and other specialist services and contact them by phone. For example, if you are involved in a car accident, you could use Help me! to call the nearest hospital and tell them your exact location. Tip: If you do not see the Help me! button in the Main Menu, tap Show ALL menu options in the Preferences menu.
How do I use Help me! to phone a local service?
You can use Help me! to find and make contact with a service centre. When you select a service centre, your current location and the phone number of the POI are shown. If your phone is connected to your GO, your current location and the service centre phone number are shown, and your TomTom GO automatically prepares for making a phone call. The phone call will only be dialled, when you tap Dial. If your phone is not connected, your current location and the service centre phone number are shown, but your TomTom GO does not prepare for making a phone call. To use Help me! to locate a service centre, contact the centre by phone and navigate from your current location to the centre, do the following: 1. Tap the screen to bring up the Main Menu. 2. Tap Help me! 3. Tap Phone for help. 4. Select the type of service you require, for example, Nearest hospital. 5. Select a centre from the list, the nearest is shown at the top of the list. Your GO shows the location of the service centre on the map and the contact details. 6. To navigate your way to the centre on foot, tap Walk there. Your GO starts guiding you to your destination.
Use your TomTom GO to find the location of a service, and the contact details.
Phone for help
Emergency services Emergency breakdown services Nearest police station Nearest doctor Nearest hospital Nearest public transport Nearest car repair services Nearest dentist Nearest pharmacy Nearest vet Note: In some countries, information may not be available for all services. Use your TomTom GO to navigate your way by road to a service centre. Nearest car repair services Nearest hospital Nearest doctor Nearest police station Nearest pharmacy Nearest dentist Note: In some countries, information may not be available for all services. Use your TomTom GO to navigate your way on foot to a service centre. Nearest petrol station Nearest public transport Nearest police station Nearest pharmacy Home Nearest doctor Note: In some countries, information may not be available for all services. Your TomTom GO shows your current location. You can then tap Phone for help to select the type of service you want to contact.
Calling a POI
Your TomTom GO knows the phone numbers for many POIs. You can, for example, call a restaurant to book a table. For information about using your TomTom GO for hands-free calling, see Hands-free calling (46).
Navigating to a POI
You can use a POI as your destination. For example, if you are travelling to an unfamiliar city, you could choose a POI to help find a parking garage. 1. Tap the screen to bring up the Main Menu. 2. Tap Navigate to. in the Main Menu. 3. Tap Point of Interest. 4. Tap POI in city. 5. Narrow your choice of POIs by selecting the area where the POI is located.
You can select one of these options: POI near you - to choose from a list of POIs near to your current location. POI in city - to find a POI in a particular town or city. POI near Home - to choose from a list of POIs near to your Home location. You can select from a list of POIs which are along your route or close to your destination. Choose from one of these options: POI along route POI near destination 6. Type the name of the town you want to visit and select the town when it appears in the list. 7. Tap Parking garage. 8. Select the category of POI: Tap Any POI category to search for a POI by name. Tap the category of POI, if it is shown. Tap the arrow to choose from the complete list of categories. Select the category from the list or start to type the name of the category and select it when it appears in the list. 9. Select a parking garage. The distance listed next to each POI is the distance from the city centre. 10.From the list of POIs shown, select the POI you want to navigate to. The table below explains the distances listed next to each POI. POI near you POI in city POI near Home POI along route POI near destination Last POI Distance from your current location Distance from the city centre Distance from your Home location Distance from your current location Distance from your destination Distance to the last POI you visited
If you know the name of the POI, tap Find and type the name. Select it from the list when it is shown. 11.Select a parking garage. The distance listed next to each POI is the distance from the city centre. Once you have selected a POI, the route to the POI is calculated by your TomTom GO. The route to the POI is then calculated by your TomTom GO.
Tap Manage POIs from the Preferences menu.
Note: The Manage POIs button is only available when all menu buttons are shown. To show all menu buttons, tap Show ALL menu options in the Preferences menu. You can, for example, do the following: Create your own POI categories and add POIs to them. Set warnings when you get close to POIs. Why would I want to create my own POIs? A POI acts like a shortcut - once you have saved a location as a POI you never have to type the address of that POI again. But when you create a POI you can save more than just the location. Phone number - when you create a POI, you can save a phone number with it. Categories - when you create a POI you have to put it in a category. For example, you could create a category of POIs called Favourite restaurants. With each POI, save their phone number so that you can call them from your GO to reserve a table.
How can I create my own POIs?
1. Tap the screen to bring up the Main Menu. 2. Tap Change preferences. 3. Tap Manage POIs. 4. Before you can add a POI, you have to create at least one POI category. Every POI is assigned to a POI category. You can only add POIs to POI categories you have created yourself. Tap Add POI category.
Add POI category
5. Enter a name for your POI category, for example, Friends or Favourite restaurants. Then select a marker for your POI category. 6. Tap Add POI. Tap this button to add a POI.
7. Select the POI category in which you want to add the POI.
8. Select the location of your POI from the list below. You can set your Home location as a POI. If you want to change your Home location, you can create a POI of the Home location before you change it.
You can create a POI from a Favourite. You can only create a limited number of Favourites. If you want to create more Favourites you have to delete some Favourites first. Before you delete a Favourite, make it into a POI so that you dont lose the address. You can specify an address to be a POI. When you enter an address, you can choose from four options. City centre Street and house number Postcode Crossing or intersection Select a POI location from a list of places you have recently used as destinations.
You can add a Point of Interest (POI) as a POI. For example, if you are creating a category of POIs for your favourite restaurants, use this option instead of entering the addresses of the restaurants.
Making a call
Once you have established a connection with your phone, you can start making calls. 1. Tap Mobile phone in the Main Menu. 2. Tap Call. Note: Make sure that your phone is currently selected. The current phone is shown at the bottom of the screen. 3. Tap Number to enter a number to call. 4. Do one of the following: Tap Home to call your Home location. If you have not entered a number for your Home location this button is unavailable. To enter a number, tap Change Home number in the Phone preferences menu. Tap Number to enter a number to call. Tap Point of Interest to choose a Point of Interest (POI) to call. If your GO knows the phone number of a POI, this is shown next to the POI. Tap Phonebook entry to select a contact from your phonebook. Note: If you have not copied your phonebook to your TomTom GO, the button Phonebook entry is unavailable. Tap Recently dialed to select from a list of people or numbers you have called recently using your GO. Tap Recent caller to select from a list of people or numbers who called you recently. Only calls you have received on your GO are saved in this list. For information about POIs, see Points of Interest (38).
Receiving a call
If someone calls you while you are driving, accept or reject the call by tapping the screen.
You can tell your TomTom GO to answer every call automatically after a certain time. Tap Phone preferences in the mobile phone menu, then tap Auto-answer preferences. Select when your TomTom GO will automatically answer your calls.
Sharing your TomTom GO
To add more phones, do the following. You can establish connections for up to 5 mobile phones. 1. Tap Mobile phone in the Main Menu. 2. Tap Connect to your phone.
3. Tap Find other phone. and follow the instructions on the screen. To switch between phones, tap Connect to your phone and then select your phone from the list.
The available buttons are listed below: Tap this button to redial a telephone number using your mobile phone.
Tap this button to read or write a message.
Tap this button to configre how your TomTom GO communicates with your mobile phone.
Tap this button to dial a telephone number using your mobile phone.
Tap this button to load the contacts and phone numbers from your mobile phone onto your TomTom GO.
Get phonenumbers from phone
Tap this button to manage the mobile phones that will be connected to your TomTom GO. You can add a profile for up to five different mobile phones.
Tap this button to rename or delete Favourites. To find a Favourite quickly, tap Find, then start to type the name of the Favourite. As soon as the Favourite is shown in the list, you can select it.
For more information about Favourites, see Favourites (32).
Change Home location
Tap this button to set or change your Home location.
Do I need to use my actual home address for the Home location? No. Your Home location can be a place you go often, for example, your office. It can be your actual home address, but it can be any address you like. Why should I set a Home location? Having a Home location means that you have a quick and easy way to navigate there, by tapping the Home button in the Navigate to. menu
This button may only be available if all menu options are shown. To show all menu options, tap Show ALL menu options. For more information, see Hidden buttons and features (49).
Tap this button to do the following: Download a map - you can buy new maps using TomTom HOME.
For more information, see Using TomTom HOME (89). Switch map - tap this button to change the map you are using. Delete a map - tap this button to delete a map. This might be necessary to create more space on your GO, for example when you want to load a different map. Note: Dont delete a map unless you have already made a backup of the map. If you delete a map before you make a backup, you will no longer be able to load the map on your GO. For more information about making a backup, see Using TomTom HOME (89). You can also download, add and delete maps using TomTom HOME.
This button may only be available if all menu options are shown. To show all menu options, tap Show ALL menu options. For more information, see Hidden buttons and features (49). Tap this button to do the following: Set alerts for when you are near POIs.
For example, your GO can tell you when there is a petrol station nearby. Create your own POI categories and add POIs to them. For example, you could create a category of POIs called Friends, and add all your friends addresses as POIs in the category. You can even add your friends phone numbers with their address so you can call them from your GO. For more information about POIs, see Points of Interest (38).
Change car symbol
This button may only be available if all menu options are shown. To show all menu options, tap Show ALL menu options. For more information, see Hidden buttons and features (49). Tap this button to select a car symbol that will be used to show your current position in the Driving view.
Change 2D/3D display / Turn on 2D display
change, tap the Report button and your GO will save your current location. You can then send the update to TomTom Map Share when you have finished your journey. For more information see Changing my preferences for map updates (69).
Receiving the latest map updates
When you connect your TomTom GO to your computer, TomTom HOME automatically downloads any available map updates and sends any changes you have made, to the Map Share community. There are several types of updates which can be set in the Correction preferences menu. For information about how to do this, see Changing my preferences for map updates (69).
Changing my preferences for map updates
Correction preferences is used to set the way TomTom Map Share runs on your device. You can set the following preferences: Choose what types of updates you want to use on your maps. Decide if you want to share your updates with others. Show or hide the Report button in the Driving View. To set your preferences, do the following: 1. Tap Map corrections in the Main Menu. 2. Tap Correction preferences. A list of update types is shown. 3. Tick the box next to each update type you want use. 4. Tap Done. 5. Choose how you want to share your map updates with the Map Share community, then tap Done. 6. Choose if you want to see the Report button in the Driving View. 7. Tap Done. Tip: If you later decide you want to remove updates from the map, clear the checkbox next to the types of update you want to remove. If you clear all the checkboxes, your map returns to the original state before the first update. For more information on how to use the Report button, see Marking a map error while on the move (68).
Map update categories
There are several types of update that you can make to a map.
To make an update to your map, tap Map corrections in the Main Menu then tap Correct a map error. The following types of updates are shown. Tap this button to block or unblock a street. You can block or unblock the street in one or both directions.
For example, to correct a street near to your current location, do the following: 1. Tap (Un)block street. 2. Tap Near you to select a street near your current location. You can select a street by name, a street near your Home location or a street on the map. 3. Select the street or section of a street you want to correct by tapping it on the map. The street you select is highlighted and the cursor shows the name of the street. 4. Tap Done. Your device shows the street and whether the traffic is blocked or allowed in each direction:
5. Tap one of the direction buttons to block or unblock the flow of traffic in that direction. 6. Tap Done. The next time you connect your device to TomTom HOME, your updates are shared with the TomTom Map Share community. Tap this button to correct the traffic direction of a one-way street, where the direction of traffic is different to the direction shown on your map.
The Traffic sidebar
The Traffic sidebar shows you the traffic incidents on your route. It shows the following information: A symbol for each traffic incident in the order they occur along your planned route. The estimated delay of the next traffic incident on your route. The distance from your current location to the first incident on the Traffic sidebar. An example of a Traffic sidebar is shown below.
In the example, the Traffic sidebar shows you that there are two incidents ahead. Both incidents are traffic jams, the first is 15km ahead and is expected to delay you by at least 51 minutes. To re-plan your route to avoid these incidents, tap the Traffic sidebar to open the TomTom traffic menu, then tap Minimise traffic delays. For more information see Using TomTom Traffic (74).
Making commuting to work easier
The Home to work or Work to home buttons in the Traffic menu lets you check your route to and from work with one tap of a button. When you use either of these buttons, your device checks the route for possible delays, and if it finds any, provides you with the possibility to avoid them. The first time you use Home to work, you must set your traffic home and work locations, do the following: 1. Tap the TomTom Traffic button in the Main Menu on your device. 2. Tap Show home-work traffic.
3. Tap Change home-work 4. Set your home location 5. Set your work location. You can now use the Home to work and Work to home buttons of the Show home-work traffic menu. Note: The home location you set here is not the same as the home location you can set in the Preferences Menu. In addition, the locations you use here do not have to be your actual home and work locations. If there is another route that you often travel, you can set Work/Home to use these locations instead.
For example, to check for delays on your route home, do the following: 1. Tap the TomTom Traffic button in the Main Menu on your device. 2. Tap Show home-work traffic. 3. Tap Work to home. The route summary screen is shown. In this example, you can see that there are some traffic incidents on your route that could mean a delay of up to 25 minutes.
To see if there is a quicker way home, you could now tap the Find alternative button and then tap Minimise traffic delays. Tip: You can let your device automatically look for alternative routes by selecting Automatically minimise delays after every traffic update in your Traffic preferences. For more information, see Changing traffic preferences (75).
3. Tap Change home-work 4. Set your home location 5. Set your work location. You can now use the Home to work and Work to home buttons of the Show home-work traffic menu.
For example, to check for delays on your route home, do the following: 1. Tap the TomTom Traffic button in the Main Menu on your device. 2. Tap Show home-work traffic. 3. Tap Work to home. The route summary screen is shown. In this example, you can see that there is a single incident on your route that could mean a delay of up to 25 minutes.
To see if there is a quicker way home, you could now tap the Find alternative button and then tap Minimise traffic delays. Tip: You can let your device automatically look for alternative routes by selecting Automatically minimise delays after every traffic update in your Traffic preferences. For more information, see Changing traffic preferences (82).
The map browser screen is shown. 3. Tap the blue compass image in the top right of the screen. The map centres itself on you current location, and any traffic incidents in the area are shown as small symbols. These symbols are described in, Traffic incidents (86).
Setting the radio frequency for RDS-TMC information
If you know the frequency of a particular radio station you want to use for RDSTMC traffic information, do the following to set the frequency manually: 1. Tap the Traffic sidebar in the Driving View. 2. Tap Tune Manually.
3. Enter the frequency of the radio station. 4. Tap Done. Your TomTom device looks for your radio station. If it doesn't find a radio station at the frequency you set, it automatically continues to search for the next available station.
Choosing the correct country for RDS-TMC reception
If you are driving close to a country border, your device may tune to a radio station from a neigbouring country. If this happens you will only receive RDSTMC traffic information for that country. To set the country you want to receive traffic information for, do the following: 1. Tap the Traffic sidebar in the Driving View. 2. Tap Change Traffic preferences. A list of preferences you can choose is shown, these preferences are described in Changing traffic preferences (82). 3. Tap Done. A list of neigbouring countries is shown. 4. Tap on the country that you want to receive traffic reports for. Your TomTom device then searches for a radio station in the country you have chosen.
The Traffic sidebar is shown on the right side of the Driving View when TomTom Traffic is switched on. The Traffic sidebar shows you the traffic incidents on your route. It shows the following information: A symbol for each traffic incident in the order they occur along your planned route. The estimated delay to the next traffic incident on your route. The distance from your current location to the next incident on your route. An example of a Traffic sidebar is shown below.
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TOMTOM GO 520/720
00 / 00 / 2007 Amsterdam
The TomTom team would like to introduce you to the worlds smartest navigator. TomTom has been top of the reviewers charts for a long time, but we still listen to our customers and we still love to innovate. We are now proud to present the new TomTom GO, with all these improvements:
Even easier to use
Bigger screen 4.3 inches New look & feel, with even clearer maps Speech recognition. Just say where youre going! Personalised short-cut menu of your favourite features
Even better route finding
TomTom Map Share instant map updates from the TomTom Community Traffic Receiver in the box (only for TomTom 520T/720T), plus new traffic options
Extensive Help-Me menu, with roadside assistance, local help, safety and medical information Higher quality hands free phone calls Warnings when approaching schools and places of worship
Even more fun
Record the spoken navigation instructions yourself Play your digital music over your car stereo with the built-in FM transmitter Rich POI descriptions Send or receive content via Bluetooth The worlds smartest navigator the new TomTom GO. Refer to your TomTom contact person for more information or feedback.
The TomTom team
4.3 widescreen 16:9 format LCD (WQVGA: 480*272 pixels) CPU 400 MHz, 64MB RAM 512MB, 1GB (TomTom GO 520) or 2GB internal flash memory (TomTom GO 720) SD card socket High sensitivity GPS receiver RDS-TMC traffic information receiver Integrated FM transmitter Bluetooth USB 2.0 Battery lithium-polymer (5 hours operation) Optimised integrated microphone and speaker for high quality hands-free functionality Dimensions: 118 mm x 83 mm x 24 mm Weight: 220 grams
The new generation of TomTom GO takes usability to a new, and even higher level.
New design and extra large 4.3 inch, high resolution screen
Small device - large display. New 4.3 inch widescreen gives better situational overview and easier text input with larger buttons. New elegant windscreen holder looks great and is easy to hide or carry. Shown here in the new supplied desk dock and new-style windscreen holder:
Choose how to use the extra screen space wider maps, or taller maps:
New look & feel
The look & feel of the interface is new, fresh and modern: all-new graphics with rounded, 3D buttons and enhanced graphic details.
New: Improved Map display
Provides you with a better-than-ever overview. Map display now has rounded status bars, shading, grass paths, and building footprints too, to help give you an even better feel for where you are.
New: Speech recognition
Saying an address, to tell your device where to take you, is much easier than typing. New TomTom GO knows millions of names and understands you as you speak the city and street names. Speech recognition is available in almost all European countries.
Just say the city, street name, house number and youre away:
Now, when a text message arrives on your Bluetooth mobile phone, your TomTom speaks to you, to ask: Or tap the speech input button when a keyboard is displayed: A new message was received; shall I read it aloud? and if you say Yes - all without touching the TomTom screen at all - TomTom reads you the message, using text-to-speech technology. In case of a traffic delay, You can say yes or no to answer a question like: Traffic delay on your route now 18 minutes; shall I try to optimise?
New: Personalised Quick menu of short-cuts
Make TomTom even quicker and safer to use - select your favourite functions to appear on the new Quick menu. Now, when youre driving, all your favourite features are just two taps away. The new short-cut menu is available direct from the navigation menu. Choose which of your favourite features youd like to have on it:
New: Country switcher
If your maps cover more than one country, then when you start entering a city name it only matches with city names from your country or state. So address entry is quicker, easier, mistake-free.
If you are heading for a different country, just tap the country button and switch country.
New: Battery saving options
New power-saving options mean youll always find TomTom GO ready to go when you are. New: You can turn off the display between instructions (for example when you are driving on a highway for the next 50 kilometres) New: If connected to your PC but not in use, the TomTom turns off automatically after a few minutes, which extends battery life.
TomTom have developed new features. TomTom has developed a completely new patented technology to ensure you are always on the best route with the most up-to-date information at your fingertips.
Accessing changes entered by other TomTom owners
Just tap to say you want to accept changes entered by others: You only need to install this once, but you can change the settings at any time.
New: TomTom Map Share instant map updates from the TomTom Community
New roads are built. New one-way systems are installed. Junctions are altered. Roundabouts are created. Points of Interest (POIs) change. Of course, TomTom regularly issue updated versions of maps, to take these into account. Now, with TomTom Map Share, TomTom owners can keep route finding absolutely up-tothe-minute. TomTom Map Share lets you download and incorporate individual corrections to the maps that have been submitted by the community of TomTom users, and verified by TomTom. You can also make corrections of your own, if you ever need to and share them too, if you wish, with other TomTom users. Map improvements shared by TomTom Map Share users gets checked and verified by a team of TomTom specialists. You can decide to accept users changes before that verification process is complete, and if so which types of changes. You can also choose between six trust levels to determine which improvements will be downloaded onto your TomTom. Initially, this includes only those changes that were either made by you, or that have been checked and approved by TomTom, as Correction preferences shows.
Types of correction
TomTom users can make five kinds of map corrections directly into the device: blocking or unblocking a street, reversing the traffic correction on a street, editing the name of a street, adding a missing Point of Interest, and editing an existing Point of Interest. Corrections of other types, such as new roundabouts, missing streets or changed speed limits can also be recorded, and will be forwarded to TomTom by the TomTom HOME software. TomTom will then check the issue with the map provider, and approved changes will find their way into future map updates.
Entering a correction
Heres how TomTom owners can add changes, and share them too, if they wish, with the TomTom community:
Then choose the type of correction to make:
Map corrections: Blocking or unblocking a street
Occasionally a street gets blocked, for example because of road works. Tell this to TomTom GO, and routing will then avoid that street.
Map corrections: Reversing traffic direction
Occasionally, with changes in one-way systems, the direction of traffic on a road can change. Its simple to tell your TomTom GO of such a change:
Map corrections: Renaming a street
Similarly, if new roads are named, or old roads renamed, or a name is missing.
Map corrections: Adding a missing POI
Map corrections: Editing a POI
Select the category and the location of the missing POI:
Select a POI, then edit the information linked to it:
Map corrections: Reporting other errors
You can now report, direct from your TomTom device, the most common type of map errors that TomTom has come across over the past eight years.
You can report a range of errors to an existing street.
When reporting a missing street, select its start position.
.and end position
Reporting an incorrect POI:
Reporting an incorrect post code:
Reporting an incorrect motorway exit/entry:
Reporting a new or removed roundabout:
New: Traffic Receiver in the box, plus new traffic options
The new TomTom GO comes with a TMC receiver in the box1, for the simplest way possible to deal with traffic problems. It receives standard TMC traffic updates, which are broadcast at regular intervals over the air, rather like the traffic reports you hear on your car radio. Just plug it into your TomTom GO and traffic information is automatically shown and incorporated into your routing as it arrives. Your TomTom GO will calculate your new journey time and suggest alternative routes.
Traffic overview on side bar
This offers you loads of extra relevant information about your journey. See whereabouts on your journey any delays are likely to occur.
Heading: Traffic avoid options
Tap Avoid, and your TomTom GO calculates a new, faster route. It even lets you choose to avoid all traffic congestion, if you prefer:
Tap the traffic bar to access the traffic options
And if upcoming traffic delays increase significantly, your TomTom will notice and speak to you, to ask whether it should reroute to minimise the delay. Speech recognition technology means that you can just answer Yes or No, without touching the TomTom screen.
1 Only the TomTom 520T/720T version
Quickly check your commute for traffic
Tell TomTom GO your Home and Work locations, and before you set off to or from work you can tap for a quick traffic report:
TomTom takes your safety as seriously as you do. The new TomTom GO is designed to be best in class for driver safety. Super-clear visual and spoken instructions mean that navigation is a calm and relaxing experience, and the following new features help further improve driver and road safety.
New: Help me menu of roadside assistance, local help, and safety information
Heading: more detailed information
For more detailed information about the traffic situation, push the traffic bar. In case of an emergency, the Help Me button on the main menu provides direct access to safety and road assistance information:
Instant traffic information, via your mobile phone
As an alternative to the TMC service, the TomTom traffic service sends premium traffic information to your TomTom GO via your Bluetooth mobile phone, whenever you want it meaning you can get the latest information when youre setting out.
Help Me: Where Am I?
Shows where you are with graphics, coordinates and descriptive text. In an emergency situation this will help the people you are phoning find you more quickly.
It provides numbers for nearby facilities and Emergency Services. It also provides numbers for local roadside assistance in 18 European countries and Australia. Through ARC Transistance and Assist TomTom has partnered withdozens of Roadside Assistance organisations such as the British AA breakdown, the Irish AA Rescue, the Dutch ANWB, the Italian ACI, the Luxembourgian ACL, the Portuguese ACP the French ACTA, the , German ADAC Pannenhilfe, the Finnish AL, the Danish FDM, the Swedish Motormnnen, the Norwegian NAF Assistance, the Austrian AMTC, the Spanish RACE Asistencia, the Polish Starter, the Belgian SOS Touring, the Swiss TCS, and the Czech RAC, AANT, RAA, RACQ, NRMA, RACV and RACT are the Automobile Clubs providing the service in Australia.
Help Me: Phone for help
There is a Phone for help button on the Help Me menu, as well as on the Where am I screen:
And while you are on the phone, TomTom GO shows your current location, in case you need to give it, and can navigate you from there to the nearest police station or hospital:
Help Me: Drive to help
TomTom navigates you to a police station, to the hospital, to the garage or the pharmacy. Choose the service you need, and TomTom GO navigates you there
Help Me: First Aid Information
This extensive First Aid information, complete with pictures, is provided by the British Red Cross.
Help Me: Walk to help
This includes options you might need if walking, such as Public Transport: Again, choose the service you need, and TomTom GO navigates you there. There is a Find option, to locate the information you need, links to let you browse relevant pages, plus a Zoom option, to let you read the text at a comfortable size.
Help Me: Other Information
This gives extensive information about car maintenance and repair, plus a range of information about the country youre in, such as: Country information - - - - - General information Money (accepted credit cards, export allowances) Opening times (banks, shops, postal offices) Accommodation, camping rules Special holidays
Country-specific traffic rules Car repair and maintenance
New: Warnings when approaching schools and places of worship
If you wish, TomTom GO will warn you as you approach a school or place of worship, where extra traffic or pedestrians can be expected.
TomTom GO makes driving easier, quicker and safer than ever. The following new features also make driving even more fun:
New: Record your own spoken navigation instructions
Now you or perhaps a friend, or loved one can record the 56 voiced instructions, directly into the TomTom GO. You have reached your destination, sweetie!
New: Higher quality hands free phone calls
The new TomTom GO doubles as a hands-free car kit based on an all-new high quality sound system: High performance speaker: improved frequency response for best combination of loudness and clarity Advanced noise reduction: new microphone design filters out background noise Full Duplex calling: seamless interaction between both parties So its easier and safer than ever to take an important call.
New: Play your digital music over your car stereo
TomTom GO has an MP3 Player on board with up to 2GB of SD card storage, and transmits via FM to your car radio, so you can play your digital music over the car audio system. You can also hear navigation instructions and hands-free phone calls over the stereo. If youre playing music it will pause or go quiet to let you hear them.
New: Left right options
If you wish, TomTom will warn you when entering a country where you have to drive on the other side of the road.
You can also connect an iPod to TomTom GO, and control the playing of songs by tapping the TomTom GO screen.
New: Rich POI descriptions
Literally thousands of Points of Interest are available for download via third parties. The new TomTom GO can display HTML, including pictures and formatted text, so POIs can now have much richer descriptions: Plus, you can store, and browse your own HTML documents, meaning TomTom GO can be used as a digital guide book. The Document Viewer lets you zoom too, to display the text at an easily readable size.
New: Send or receive content via Bluetooth
Exchange voices, pictures, ring tones and documents with any other Bluetooth device (such as a laptop, mobile phone, or other TomTom GO):
Other new improvements
New: Send position or destination via SMS
You can send your position or destination via SMS to any mobile phone (or to another TomTom GO). Use predefined template messages, or write your own:
New: Alternative icons
Finally, the blue arrow has some new friends. Show your position on the map with your own choice of icon - you can even download your own icons if you wish via TomTom Home.
A car icon needs to be a 80x80 BMP file. See example:
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