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User reviews and opinions
|ubername||10:11pm on Saturday, October 9th, 2010|
|Map Share IS NOT included in this software. The software consistently routes an incorrect (much longer) route near my home.|
|CJSoftUK||4:53pm on Monday, September 27th, 2010|
|Tom Tom 6 Probably the best sat Nav software available. Tom Tom website could be more user friendly though. TomTom Navigator 6 on Mini SD Worked absolutely fine as a replacement for Navigator 5. Speed camera warnings are a definite plus.|
|leo_watson||1:42am on Friday, March 12th, 2010|
|Excellent Navigation Software for PDA I used Navigator 5 for a couple of years and now have used Navigator 6 since it first came out. Tom tom Navigator 6 Map accuracy...??? I purchased a Tomtom Navigator 6 with Navibe GPS receiver about 40 days ago.|
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Chapter 2 Planning your first route
The main screen of TomTom Navigator displays your position on the map. It gets this position from your GPS receiver. If your GPS receiver is switched off, or has not (yet) determined a clear position from the GPS satellites, the main screen will display your last known position. To emphasize the fact that your real position is unknown, the screen is displayed in back and white.
The main screen when your GPS position is not known (showing the last known position)
The main screen when your GPS position is known but no destination has yet been provided
Your position is indicated by the
A. To zoom in, tap [+] in the upper right-hand corner. B. To zoom out, tap [-] in the upper left-hand corner. To access the menu (which provides access to all the options and functions available), tap the screen roughly in the middle.
The menu appears when you tap the main screen. It provides access to all functions.
First page of the menu
Second page of the menu
1. To access any of the functions, tap the corresponding icon. 2. To browse to the next menu page, tap. 3. To return to the main screen, tap Cancel.
Planning your first route
Perform the following steps to plan a route from your current position to a particular address. 1. In the menu, tap Navigate to.
You are now asked to choose a type of destination. Some of the items on this menu may be dimmed, indicating that they are (currently) unavailable.
2. Tap Address. 3. Enter the first letters of the name of the city by tapping the corresponding letters on the keyboard. A few letters usually suffice. The cities with the same initial letters will be displayed in the list. Tap the city when you see the name in the list.
4. Enter the first letters of the street name until you see the street you are looking for displayed in the list. Then, tap the street name.
5. Enter the house number and tap Done. (Note: if you do not enter a house number, you will be asked to select a street crossing instead.)
TomTom Navigator will now plan a route from your current GPS location to the destination you have just entered. Once the route has been calculated, tap Done to return to the main screen. Please note: route planning will not start unless TomTom Navigator knows your current location which requires a valid GPS signal. If necessary, refer to your installation poster to find out how to connect your GPS device.
Your main screen will now look similar to the one below:
On the map, a dark red path indicates the planned route. The lower left-hand corner shows the next driving instruction: an arrow showing what to do, and a distance indicating when to do it. At the very bottom you see the name of the next street you will reach if you follow the current driving instruction. The lower right-hand corner shows your journey information: o the current time o the estimated time of arrival o the distance left to the destination o your current speed o the time left to the destination Once you start driving, driving instructions will be provided in advance by a voice. Should you miss a spoken instruction, you can tap on the driving instruction (the bottom left-hand corner) to repeat it.
The route summary
If you tap the journey information (i.e. the lower right-hand corner of the main screen), a full-screen route summary will be displayed:
The title bar shows your current destination and the current time. The map shows your route from start to finish. Underneath the map you can see the total travel time and the length of the route. The side bar shows the state of your battery, the current strength of the GPS satellite signal, and your longitude and latitude. Finally, the small button below shows your application version. To display a complete list of route instructions, tap Route. To browse around on the map of your route, tap Map. To return to the main screen, tap Done (or tap anywhere on the map). To get more information on the GPS signal, tap the GPS information bar on the side. To get detailed information about your software version, tap the version button on the side.
Ignoring the planned route
TomTom Navigator is very flexible. If you take a different turn from the one TomTom Navigator proposes (whether by mistake or on purpose), TomTom Navigator will adjust almost instantly to the new situation. It will keep guiding you to your destination from your current position as fast as it can calculate.
Chapter 3 Points of interest
Points of interest (often abbreviated to POI) are locations such as parking garages, petrol stations, hotels, restaurants, hospitals, airports, etc. When planning a route you can select a nearby point of interest as your destination. You can also ask TomTom Navigator to show or hide certain POI on the main screen or on the map.
Enabling/disabling particular points of interest
In the preferences, you can specify which POI categories are of interest to you.
1. In the menu, tap Change preferences 2. Tap to go to the next preferences page.
3. Tap Enable/Disable POI. 4. Place checkmarks in front of the categories that are of interest to you. You can add or remove a checkmark simply by tapping the category. You can scroll through the list using 5. Tap Done. Points of interest from the marked categories will be displayed on the maps. and , or use the keyboard to search for particular items.
Showing/hiding points of interest
To hide the points of interest on the main screen, tap Change preferences. in the menu, then in the menu, then tap
To show the points of interest on the main screen, tap Change preferences.
tap Show POI
Note: only those points of interest that you have check marked in your preferences will be displayed.
TomTom Navigator allows you to maintain a list of favourites locations that you use a lot, like your work address, your company headquarters, your best friends, your most important customers, your hotel etc. Any location can be turned into a favourite. To create a favourite tap Add favourite You will be asked to provide a name. in the menu.
TomTom Navigator offers many preferences options that allow you to change the look and feel to your liking. In the menu, tap Change preferences.
There are several pages of preferences, which we recommend you study at leisure. In this Quick Start Guide, however, we will restrict ourselves to describing the most important ones which you will probably use on a daily basis. Refer to the user guide on the CD-ROM for information on all preferences.
Turning the sound on and off
You can turn off the voice that gives navigation instructions. You will then have to rely on the visual instructions on your screen to navigate. To hear the navigation instructions again, turn on the sound once more. If the sound is
switched off, this is indicated during navigation by the In the menu, tap Change preferences.
icon in the lower left-hand corner of the screen.
If the sound is currently switched on, switch it off by tapping Turn off sound
If the sound is currently switched off, switch it on by tapping Turn on sound
Using day colours/night colours
Normally, TomTom Navigator uses bright colours with a lot of contrast, so that you can see the map clearly, even in bright sunlight. When it is dark outside, you may want to switch to night colours. The map will then be displayed using subdued colours that will not interfere with your night vision.
In the menu, tap Change preferences
If day colours are used, switch to night colours by tapping Use night colours
If night colours are used, switch to day colours by tapping Use day colours
Requesting an alternative route
Routes are calculated on the basis of the time required to reach the destination. In other words, TomTom Navigator calculates the quickest way to get you to your destination. If for some reason you want to get rid of a particular route (for instance because of a traffic jam), you can request an alternative route. Such an alternative will use different roads, and will probably take more time. An unlimited number of alternatives can be calculated each alternative will be longer and/or take more time than the previous one.
Table of Contents
1. What you see on the screen 1.1. The main screen 1.2. The menu 1.3. The route summary 1.4. The map browser 1.5. The schematic view 2. Browsers and locations 2.1. Browsers 2.2. Picking locations 2.2.1 Picking your HOME location 2.2.2 Picking a favourite location 2.2.3 Picking a recent destination 2.2.4 Picking your GPS position 2.2.5 Picking a point of interest 2.2.6 Picking an address 3. The menu 3.1. Planning from A to B 3.2. Alternative routes 3.3. The route instructions 4. The preferences 4.1. Use night colours 4.2. Turn off 3D display 4.3. Turn off map display 4.4. Hide POI 4.5. Turn sound off 4.6. Change volume 4.7. Maintain favourites 4.8. GPS status 4.9. Switch map 4.10. Enable/Disable POI 4.11. Change map colours 4.12. Use larger keyboard 4.13. About Navigator 4.14. Set name display 4.15. Change Home location 4.16. Set metric units 4.17. Left-handed lay-out
4.18. Set schematic speed 4.19. Change voice 4.20. Switch Language 4.21. POI appendix 5. Installation 5.1. Using the CD-ROM 5.2. Requirements for installation 5.3. First time installation of TomTom Navigator with a map 5.4. (Re-)Installing TomTom Navigator, voices and maps 5.5. Major Roads Map
1. What you see on the screen
1.1. The main screen
The main screen of TomTom Navigator is used to navigate to your destination. Your position is displayed on the map using your GPS receiver. If your GPS receiver is switched off, or has not (yet) determined a clear position from the GPS satellites, the main screen displays your last known position. To emphasize the fact that your actual position is unknown, the screen is displayed in black and white.
"Sound off" warning indicator
The name of the next street
Your current GPS position
"Zoom in" button
"Next highway" indicator
"Zoom out" button The dark red path indicates the calculated route. The route instructions will guide you along this path to reach your destination.
Your next driving instruction
shows an arrow for the direction to follow and a distance indicator (presented in your distance shows the street name you will reach if you follow the current
units preference) when to do it. The bottom of the screen
driving instruction. If the "sound off" indicator is not shown, the displayed instruction will be accompanied by voice instructions. If necessary, use the sound on preference to switch on the voice instructions.
To increase or decrease the scale of the map, tap working when covered by the
to zoom in or
to zoom out relative to your current position. This keeps
"next highway" indicator.
The journey information
shows the current time, estimated time of arrival and the time left to reach your destination.
The speed/distance indicator destination. Note:
shows the GPS signal strength, your current speed and the distance left to reach your
When the battery is low, a "low battery" warning symbol will start blinking in the area where you normally see your "current speed". Ignoring the planned route TomTom Navigator is very flexible. If you take a turn different from the one in the instruction ( by mistake or on purpose) TomTom Navigator will adjust almost instantly to the new situation. It will keep guiding you to your current position as fast as it can calculate. Operate the main screen
Tap roughly in the middle of the map to open the menu
Tap the journey information area to open the detailed route summary
Tap the instruction area to repeat the last spoken instruction (if still available)
1.2. The menu
The menu opens when you tap roughly in the middle of the main screen. It provides access to all functions. There are two pages. Use the button to cycle through the pages. You select an icon by tapping it. Until you take your stylus or finger off the screen, icons and buttons are only highlighted, not yet selected. When a menu option is not available, the icon is dimmed and cannot be selected.
"Next page" button
Relevant information (if available)
The 10 main menu options are explained in chapter 3. The "change preferences" option gives access to several menu pages with preference options, which are explained in chapter 4.
1.3. The route summary
The route summary screen gives you an overview of the calculated route. From this screen you can decide how to use the route. The route summary screen is shown immediately after you have calculated a route, for example with "Navigate to.", "Plan from A to B", or "Find alternative.". You can also show is by tapping Show status in the menu.
Battery and GPS indicators
Map showing the calculated route
The current destination
is shown as an address, the name of a favourite or a point of interest.
The indicators show battery strength, GPS signal strength, number of GPS satellites and GPS coordinates (if available). Tap this area to see the full GPS details, with the option to configure your GPS hardware.
Tap the application version
to see the application version and copyrights.
The journey summary shows the estimated total journey time and total distance (presented in your distance units preference). If the route shown is an alternative route, the original journey time and distance are also shown for comparison.
to display a complete list of route instructions.
to browse around on the map of your route.
to start navigating in the main screen.
1.4. The map browser
TomTom Navigator offers many features that allow you to browse around on a map. You can do so by tapping Browse map in the menu, or tap Mapin the route summary screen. On the map, you will find all the items you might find on a normal paper map, such as cities, towns, roads, streets, rivers and lakes, points of interest (such as petrol stations, restaurants and hospitals) etc. You can also find more dynamic and personal elements, such as your current GPS position, your favourite locations or your current departure and destination.
Your current GPS location
icon represents your cursor. Simply tap the map anywhere to place the cursor at that position.
To increase or decrease the scale of the map, move the zoom slider (white square at the side of the screen) up or down. The map will zoom in (or out) relative to your cursor position. To browse around, simply tap the map, keep your finger on the screen and drag it around.
browser with collapsed keyboard
browser with popped-up keyboard
Most browsers allow you to search for items with a particular name. Simply type some letters of the name, by tapping the corresponding buttons on the keyboard. If no keyboard is visible, tap the keyboard symbol in the bottom corner open it.
See chapter 4.12 how to change the size of the keyboard.
to remove a character.
to switch to the alternative keyboard, which allows you to enter digits and special symbols.
2.2 Picking locations
You can select a location by several options:
Home - your "home" location Favourite - one of your own favourite locations Recent destination - a location that you have recently travelled to Point of Interest (POI) - a point of interest such as a petrol station, restaurant, hospital etc. Address - a city, street and house number GPS position - your current location (as measured by your GPS device)
2.2.1 Picking your HOME location
The main advantage of the HOME location is simply that you can select it with a single tap of your finger. It is therefore useful to set it to the location that is most central in your travels, such as your home, your parking spot or your office. You can change your HOME location using the "change home location" preference. If you don't specify a HOME position, the home icon in the location menu will remain dimmed.
2.2.2 Picking a favourite
Locations you travel to regularly (like family, friends, work address, important customers etc.) can be turned into favourite locations. If you have never turned a location into a favourite yet, the "favourite" icon in the location menu is dimmed. Otherwise, you will be presented with a browser listing of all your favourite locations in alphabetical order:
See chapter 2.1 for details about how to browse, search for particular items, etc. You can turn locations into favourites using the "Add favourite" option in the menu, or using the "Add as favourite" cursor action in the map browser. You can rename or delete favourites using the Maintain favourites preference.
2.2.3 Picking a recent destination
Plan from A to B
Lets you explore and search for locations in the map browser. It is a digital version of your paper map with a lot of detailed information available. Related topic: To learn more the map browser screen, see the "Map browser " description. Shows the route summary screen. This is the same screen as displayed after a route has been calculated. Related topic: To learn more the route summary screen, see the "Route summary " description. This option gives you a brief guided tour of the application, the most important menu options, and the map browser.
Guided tour Shows the calculated route as written instructions. Chapter 3.3 describes this function in detail. Note: Show route instruction is not available when you have no route calculated. Show route instructions
3.1 Planning from A to B
Calculate a route between two selected locations, in the menu tap Plan from A to B.
Without a valid GPS signal you can still calculate a route using "planning from A to B". This is typically the case when you are not in your car. "Planning from A to B" is a valuable function when you want to prepare for your trip in advance, you want to find out how long a certain would take or when you want to find out how someone should travel to you. The difference with "Navigate to." is the departure location of your trip. Where "Navigate to." uses you current GPS location as the departure, "Planning from A to B" requires you to enter the departure manually. Use the locations picker to set any type of location to depart from.
For fast selection TomTom Navigator offers you the option to use your last destination again. If you have not calculated a route before this will not be offered.
If you do not want to use your last destination again, use the locations picker to set any type of location as your destination.
The calculated route will be presented in the route summary screen. You can review the route on the map, as written instructions and the summary statistics (total distance and estimated total journey time). This gives a good overview of your trip. If you are not happy with the calculated route you can calculate an alternative route.
3.2 Alternative routes
Alternative route options are available from the menu by tapping Find alternative.
Routes are calculated on the basis of the time required to reach the destination. In other words, TomTom Navigator calculates
the quickest way to get you to your destination. If for some reason you want to get rid of a particular route (for instance because you drive into a traffic jam or a road construction), you can request an alternative route. Such an alternative will use different roads, and will probably take more time. An unlimited number of alternatives can be calculated - each alternative will be longer and/or take more time than the previous one.
4.1. Use night colours / Use day colours
Related topic: To change the style of the map display, use the "Change map colours" preference option.
4.2. Turn off 3D display / Turn on 3D display
You can use the map in the main screen in two modes. The 3D display shows the map from a birds eye perspective similar to the view you have while driving a car. The alternative is the 2D display which shows the map from the sky like your paper maps.
If 3D display is used, switch to 2D display by tapping Turn off 3D display
If 2D display is used, switch to 3D display by tapping Turn on 3D display Note: This preference is not available if the map display has been disabled Related topic:
To navigate with the schematic view, see the "Turn off map display" preference option
4.3. Turn off map display / Turn on map display
You can navigate using either the map display or the schematic display. The map display gives you the most detailed information about your current situation, including a map. The schematic view is focussed on the next driving instruction.
If map display is used, switch to the schematic display by tapping Turn off map display
If schematic display is used, switch on the map display by tapping Turn on map display Related topics: For more details about the schematic view, see the "schematic view" description.
To automatically hide the map when you drive faster than a certain speed, use the "Set schematic speed" preference option. Note: If you have set a "schematic speed" your display will automatically turn off the map display when your driving speed exceeds the schematic speed. The "turn map display on" option will NOT override this safety feature.
4.4. Hide POI / Show POI
The main screen can show points of interest (POI) as icons in the map. Every category of POI will be shown using its own icon. This Hide POI/Show POI preference either shows all specified POI categories or no POI's on the map.
If Points Of Interest are shown, they can be hidden by tapping Hide POI
If no Points Of Interest are shown, you can make them appear by tapping Show POI Note:
Only those categories of POI that have been enabled will be shown; If no POI categories have been enabled, you will not see any POI on the map even if you use the "Show POI" option. Related topics: To specify which particular categories of Point Of Interest are shown, use the "Enable/Disable POI" preference option.
4.5. Turn off sound / Turn on sound
You can turn off the voice that gives navigation instructions. You will then have to rely on the visual instructions on your screen to navigate. To hear the navigation instructions again, turn on the sound once more. If the sound is switched off, this is indicated during navigation by the icon in the lower left-hand corner of the screen.
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The longitude and latitude are displayed using the distance units The driving direction is shown in degrees compared to the north The driving speed The Universal Time Code (UTC), the time according to the GPS signal which is not the local time An icon which shows, when circling, if your GPS device is well connected and it receives data The schematic representation of the sky showing the positions of the satellites Measuring bars for the signal strength of each visual satellite, locked satellites are shown in blue
Configure GPS Use and to browse through the list of supported GPS devices until your GPS device is shown. Specify your GPS device by selecting DONE. Note: When you select "Other Cable NMEA GPS" as your GPS device you might need to specify a baud rate. Refer to your NMEA GPS receiver manual to find out the used baud rate. For many devices this will be 4800 baud.
Related topics: To specify the units for displaying longitude/latitude, use the "set units " preference option. To specify the units for displaying distance, use the "set units" preference option.
4.9. Switch map
Switch to the map of another country or area by tapping Switch map.
This option allows you to select a map from a list of available maps. Certain maps come pre-installed on your SD card, others can be installed using your CD-ROM. The map that you are currently using is highlighted yellow. If only one map is available, it is selected automatically. Related topics: To install a specific map from the CD-ROM, use the map installation description.
4.10. Enable/Disable POI
Specify which POI categories can be shown on maps by tapping Enable/Disable POI.
Both the main screen and the map browser are capable of displaying points of interest (POI) on the map. There are many POI categories available, each represented by its own icon. The "Enable/Disable POI" preference lets you specify which particular categories can be shown on the map. You will be offered a browser listing of all the available POI categories. Place a checkmark in the boxes before those POI categories that you wish to be shown on maps.
Whether POI are shown at all is controlled by the "Show POI" preference option. For more information about how to use browsers, see the browser usage description.
4.11. Change map colours
Change the way maps are coloured by tapping Change map colours.
All maps are shown using a colour scheme, this determines the colours used for each element shown in the map. Use and to browse through the list of available colour schemes until your preferred scheme is shown. Specify your colour scheme by selecting DONE. You need to specify a colour scheme for day colours and after that for night colours.
Related topics: To switch between day and night colours, use the "Use night colours" preference option.
4.12. Use larger keyboard / Use smaller keyboard
This preference lets you select a larger keyboard (which makes it easier to enter letters) or a smaller keyboard (which leaves more room for items in the list).
If you use the smaller keyboard, switch to the larger keyboard by tapping Use larger keyboard
If you use the larger keyboard, switch to the smaller keyboard by tapping Use smaller keyboard
Related topics: For more information relating to the use of the keyboard, see the sections about using browsers and entering an address.
4.13. About Navigator
To see the version and copyright details of your TomTom Navigator software, tap About Navigator.
4.14. Set name display
Set your name display preferences by tapping Set name display.
This preference lets you specify how you want to show names in the main screen: Show house numbers prefixed De-emphasize E-roads Show street names on map
addresses will be displayed as 112 Oxford street rather than Oxford street 112 local road numbering are preferred over European road numbering, e.g. A10/E35 is preferred over E35/A10 the names of roads and side streets are shown on the map while you are driving
Place a checkmark in the boxes of the options you wish to enable.
4.15. Change Home location
Change your home location by tapping Change home location.
This preference lets you specify the location that is to be used as your "home". The advantage of the HOME location is simply that you can select it with a single tap of your finger. It is therefore useful to set it to the location that is most central in your travels, such as your home, your parking spot or your office. You can pick any type of location as your home location.
4.16. Set metric units
Set the preferred units by tapping Set units
This preference lets you specify how distances are expressed (in kilometres or in miles); how longitudes and latitudes are displayed (using decimals or sexagesimals); and how times are displayed (using 24-hour format, or using the 12-hour am/pm format).
sexagesimal display (degrees, minutes and seconds)
4.17. Left-handed lay-out / Right-handed lay-out
You can optimise TomTom Navigator for either right-handed or left-handed operation. Left-handed operation, for example. means that important buttons and controls will be located on the left side of the screen. As a result, you will be able to operate them with your left hand without obscuring the screen.
If the application operates for right-handed, switch it by tapping Left-handed lay-out
If the application operates for left-handed, switch it by tapping Right-handed lay-out
4.18. Set schematic speed
Modify the schematic speed by tapping Set schematic speed.
You can set TomTom Navigator to hide the map when you go faster than a certain speed. Instead of the map, a much simpler, schematic design is used to display driving instructions. The simplicity of the "at-a-glance" schematics can be a true benefit when you need to concentrate on the road. If you do not enter a speed, or set the speed extremely high, you disable this feature.
Related topics: To turn the schematic view on/off regardless of speed, use the "Turn on/off map display" preference option. For more information about the schematic view, see the schematic view description.
4.19. Change voice
Change the voice used for driving instructions by tapping Change voice.
This preference lets you change the voice used for driving instructions. Voices are available in many different languages. For certain languages, several different voices are available. To hear a sample of a voice, tap the TEST button.
Related topics: To change the volume of the voice instructions, use the "Change volume" preference option. To turn the sound completely off, use the "Turn off sound" preference option.
4.20. Switch Language
Set the language used by TomTom Navigator by tapping Switch language.
This preference will set the language in which the menus and screens are shown. Simply tap the language of your choice.
Note: When you switch to another language, TomTom Navigator will also ask you to select an appropriate voice in that language. Related topics: To change only the language of the voice instructions, use the "change voice" preference option.
4.21. POI Appendix
TomTom Navigator comes with a powerful POI management tool. Not only you can enable and disable the available POI categories, you can also add new categories of POI's and your own POI's! TomTom Navigator can even warn you when you are near POI in a chosen category.
5.1. Using the CD-ROM
The CD-ROM provides maps and voices and allows you to install the TomTom Navigator software onto your Palm Powered handheld. The CD-ROM also includes documentation and provides links to the TomTom website and helps you register you product for future updates, helpdesk support and product news. Note: In the CD-ROM case, you will find a sticker with a Product Code. This Product Code is required for successful installation of TomTom Navigator and the maps. Please store it in a safe place for future reference. To use the CD-ROM, insert it into your PC running Microsoft Windows ME or later. If you are not presented automatically with the TomTom Setup Menu, launch it by opening My Computer, then double-clicking the icon of your CD-ROM drive and then double-clicking "setup.exe". After choosing your preferred language, carefully read the license agreement. Next you will be presented with the main Setup Menu. You can use this menu to install TomTom Navigator, to load extra maps, to change voices and to access further product information.
5.2. Requirements for installation
To install TomTom Navigator or additional voices or maps, a memory card (such as an industry standard SD Card) for your Palm Powered handheld is required. When performing an installation, make sure the memory card is inserted into your Palm Powered handheld. Maps can also be loaded directly onto a memory card that is inserted into a PC Memory Card Reader that is attached to your PC. Installing a map this way is quicker. Note: Performing an installation with a memory card that is inserted into your Palm Powered handheld requires HotSync to be installed and working properly. Please refer to the Palm Desktop software and documentation that comes with you Palm Powered handheld to ensure that it is installed and working properly.
5.3. First time installation of TomTom Navigator with a map
If your product includes a TomTom Memory Card, TomTom Navigator is pre-loaded and you can skip this paragraph. Otherwise, you will need to load TomTom Navigator and at least one map onto a memory card. First time installation of TomTom Navigator requires a blank or new memory card inserted into your Palm Powered handheld. Subtract 5MB (the size required for the TomTom Navigator software) from the memory card size to get an indication of the maximum size of the map that you can install. From the main Setup Menu, choose "Install TomTom Navigator" and follow the installation steps. When prompted to perform a HotSync with your Palm Powered handheld, insert it into the cradle connected to your PC and press the HotSync button on the cradle. When HotSync is finished, the TomTom Navigator is installed to you Palm Powered handheld. You now need to install at least one map (if your memory card has sufficient size, you can load multiple maps onto the memory card). From the main Setup Menu, choose "Add maps" and choose the map you require. Please make sure its size is smaller than the remaining free memory space on the memory card. After choosing the map, you can use HotSync to load the map onto the memory card (choose "Palm Powered handheld"). Alternatively, if you own a PC Memory Card Reader, insert the memory card into it, and choose "PC Memory Card Reader".
Chapter 1 Before You Start.
Before You Start.
If you have purchased TomTom NAVIGATOR on a TomTom memory card, insert the memory card in your device. Then go to step 4 below. If you are installing TomTom NAVIGATOR from a DVD do the following: 1. Connect your device to your computer, or insert the memory card you are using into a card reader/writer attached to your computer. 2. Insert the DVD in your computer. 3. Follow the instructions in the setup program. When setup is finished, disconnect your device from your computer or insert the memory card into your device. 4. Switch on your GPS receiver. 5. Launch TomTom NAVIGATOR by tapping or selecting the TomTom button in your device menu. You have to answer a few questions to set up TomTom NAVIGATOR. Answer the questions by tapping the screen or by using the joystick. Note: TomTom GPS receivers connect automatically when you start TomTom NAVIGATOR. If you are using a different GPS receiver, refer to the receivers user manual for instructions.
Tap or select buttons
On devices with a touchscreen you tap buttons. On devices without a touchscreen you select buttons. This user guide always refers to tapping buttons. On mobile phones, many buttons are numbered. You can select those buttons using the number keys on your phone. Note: Depending on your device, the images shown in this manual may look different to the screen on your device.
You will be asked how you want to activate the map that comes with NAVIGATOR. There are two ways to do this: Automatically To activate automatically, your device must have an active wireless data connection (GPRS, EDGE, UMTS or CDMA).
Tap Automatic, then enter your product code. The product code is printed on the product code card that is included with your product. TomTom NAVIGATOR will connect to TomTom using the wireless data connection and activate the map. Manually To activate a map manually, do the following: 1. Tap Manual. 2. Go to this website: www.ttcode.com 3. Follow the instructions on this page to get an activation code. 4. Enter the activation code on your device to activate the map. Once you have answered the questions and activated your map, NAVIGATOR displays the Driving View. The Driving View is shown in black and white until NAVIGATOR locates your current position. For more information about the Driving View, see Driving View on page 10.
Locating your current position
Your GPS receiver must be outdoors to locate your current position. The first time you start NAVIGATOR, it can take up to 5 minutes to find your current position. If it takes longer than 5 minutes, make sure that you are in an open place without tall buildings or trees around you. In the future, your position will be found much faster, normally within a few seconds. Once NAVIGATOR has located your current position, the Driving View is shown in full color and shows your position on the map.
Backup TomTom NAVIGATOR
Its always a good idea to make a backup of the contents of your memory card. You can make a backup using TomTom HOME. For more information about TomTom HOME, see Using TomTom HOME on page 40.
Now you are ready to get going. When you start to use NAVIGATOR, make sure you always drive safely by using the Safety preferences in the Preferences menu. You can choose to use the safety lock. If the safety lock is enabled, only a few buttons and features are available while you are driving. When you are stationary, all the buttons and features are available. You can also choose to turn the map display off. For more information, see Safety preferences on page 29. Note: TomTom NAVIGATOR does not transmit your position. You can, however, send your position to TomTom Buddies. For more information, visit www.tomtom.com/plus Note: Some vehicles have a heat reflective shield embedded in the windshield that may prevent TomTom NAVIGATOR from locating your current position. If this is a problem in your vehicle, try placing your GPS receiver in your rear window.
Chapter 2 Making your first trip
Making your first trip
Planning a route with TomTom NAVIGATOR is very simple. To plan your first route, follow the steps below. Note: You should always plan your journeys before you start driving. It is dangerous to plan routes when you are already moving. 1. Tap the screen to bring up the main menu. 2. Tap Navigate to.
For your first journey, we will navigate to an address. 3. Tap Address.
When you enter an address, you can choose from four options: City center - tap this button to set your destination as the center 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 zip code for any country. In the UK and the Netherlands, zip codes are detailed enough to identify a house on their own. In other countries you can enter a zip code to identify a town or area. You will then have to enter a street and address. Crossing or intersection - tap this button to set your destination as the point where two streets meet.
For your first trip, we will enter an exact address. 4. Tap Street and house number. 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. 6. Start to type the name of the street. As with the name of the town, the names of the streets that match what you have typed are shown. 7. Now enter the house number of your destination and then tap Done.
8. NAVIGATOR asks you whether you need to arrive at a particular time.
Tap YES to enter an arrival time. NAVIGATOR shows you whether you will arrive on time. For more information, see Arrival times on page 6. The route is then calculated by your TomTom NAVIGATOR. 9. When the route has been calculated, tap Done.
TomTom NAVIGATOR will immediately start guiding you to your destination with spoken instructions and visual instructions on the screen. Note: Before you can plan a route in this way, TomTom NAVIGATOR must first locate your current position.
Tap YES to enter an arrival time. Your NAVIGATOR calculates your arrrival 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 NAVIGATOR shows you 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 trip. The status bar shows whether you will arrive on time or 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.
More information about a route
To find out about your route in detail, tap the Details button on the route summary screen.
You can then select from the following options: Tap this button for a list of all the turn instructions on the route. This is particularly useful if you need to explain a route to someone else.
Browse as text
Tap this button to see each turn in the trip. Tap the right and left arrows to move forwards and backwards through the trip.
Browse as images
Tap the screen to turn off the 3D display and view the map from above. Tap this button to see an overview of the route using the map browser.
Browse map of route
For more information about the map browser, see Using the Map on page 14. Tap this button to watch a demo of the trip. You can interrupt the demo at any time by tapping the screen.
Show route demo
Tap this button to open the route summary screen.
Show route summary
Chapter 3 Driving View
A Buttons to zoom in and zoom out on your position (touchscreen devices only).
To zoom in and out on your position on devices without a touchscreen, push the joystick up to zoom in, and push the joystick down to zoom out.
B Your current position. C The name of the next major road or road sign information, if applicable. D The next instruction.
This area shows you what to do and when you will have to do it. 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 trip.
Normally this area shows the remaining trip time, remaining distance, and arrival time. To set which information is displayed, tap Status bar preferences in the Preferences menu.
G Indicator of the strength of the GPS signal.
For more information about GPS, see How Does Navigation Work? on page 42.
Chapter 4 Menus
Tap the screen at any time when TomTom NAVIGATOR displays the Driving View to open the Main Menu.
Navigate to. Tap this button to start planning a route. Find alternative. Tap this button if you want to avoid part of your route, travel via a specific location or calculate an alternative route. TomTom Traffic Tap this button to enable or disable traffic information. For more information, see TomTom Traffic on page 36. Add favorite Tap this button to create a Favorite. Change preferences This button opens the Preferences menu. You can change many things about the way TomTom NAVIGATOR looks and behaves. For more information, see Preferences on page 29.
Minimize traffic delays
For more information about using TomTom Traffic, see TomTom Traffic on page 36.
Chapter 6 Using the Map
Using the Map
Every time you use your TomTom NAVIGATOR to plan a route, you are using the map. However, you can use the map in many other ways. To open the map, tap Browse map in the Main Menu.
Note: If you are using TomTom NAVIGATOR on a device without a touchscreen, the map browser looks slightly different. There is no scale bar and there are only two buttons: Options and Done. The Find and Cursor buttons are part of the Options menu. Use the number keys to zoom. See below for details. Place your finger on the screen and drag it across the screen to move the map. Alternatively, you can also move around the map by moving the cursor. Use the joystick to move the cursor.
A The scale bar
Move the handle on the scale bar to zoom in and out on the cursor position. On devices without a touchscreen, you can zoom in and out on the cursor position using the number keys. Use OK to zoom in. Use 0 to zoom out. Use 1 - 9 to select a set zoom level.
B Your current position C GPS button.
Tap this button to center the map on your current position.
D The Options button
Use the Options button to set what is shown on the map. On devices without a touchscreen, select the Options buttons to open the Options menu. In the Options menu, you find the buttons which are not shown
in the map browser: the Find button and the Cursor button. You can also set what is shown on the map and center the map on your GPS position.
E The cursor F The Find button
Tap this button to find specific addresses and Points of Interest on the map.
G The Cursor button
Tap this button to navigate to the cursor position, make a Favorite of the cursor position, or find a Point of Interest near the cursor position. See below for more information.
H The zoom bar.
Change the scale of the map by moving the zoom bar up or down.
Using the Cursor button
You can use the map to find addresses and Points of Interest (POIs), for example, restaurants, train stations and petrol stations. With the Cursor button, you can use what you have found. Tap the Cursor button to open the page of buttons shown below:
Tap this button to navigate to the cursor position. Your NAVIGATOR will calculate the route there.
Tap this button to find a POI near the cursor position. For example, if you have found a restaurant to go to, you can search for a parking garage nearby.
You can add a Point of Interest (POI) as a Favorite. Does it make sense to do this?
If you visit a POI you particularly like, for example a restaurant, you can add it as a Favorite. To add a POI as a Favorite, tap this button, then do the following: 1. Narrow your choice of POIs by selecting the area where the POI is.
You can select one of these options: POI near you - to search from a list of POIs near your current position. POI in city - to choose a POI in a particular town or city. You have to specify a town or city. POI near Home - to search from a list of POIs near your Home location. If you are currently navigating to a destination, you can also select from a list of POIs which are on your route or near your destination. Choose one of these options: POI along route POI near destination 2. Select the category of POI. Tap the category of POI if it is shown or tap the arrow to choose from the complete list. Tap Any POI category to search for a POI by name. For more information about POIs, see Points of Interest on page 21. Tap this button to add your current postion as a Favorite.
For example, if you see stop somewhere you like, while you are there you can tap this button to create the Favorite. Tap this button to create a Favorite using the map browser. Select the location of the Favorite using the cursor, then tap Done.
For more information about the map browser, see Using the Map on page 14.
Tap this button to create a Favorite by entering latitude and longitude values.
Tap this button to make a Favorite of the current position of a TomTom Buddy.
For more information about TomTom Buddies, see TomTom PLUS on page 38. Tap this button to make a Favorite of the address of a contact on your device.
How can I use a Favorite?
You will normally use a Favorite as a way of navigating to a place without having to enter the address. To navigate to a Favorite, do the following: 1. Tap the screen to bring up the main menu. 2. Tap Navigate to. 3. Tap Favorite. 4. Select a Favorite from the list. Your NAVIGATOR calculates the route for you. 5. When the route is calculated, tap Done. Your NAVIGATOR will immediately start guiding you to your destination with spoken instructions and visual instructions on the screen.
How many Favorites can I create?
You can create up to 48 Favorites. If you want to add more than 48, we suggest that you make some POI categories and add some of your Favorites as POIs. For more information about POIs, see Points of Interest on page 21.
Warn when near POI
Select the category from the list or start to type the name of the category and select it when it is shown in the list. 6. Set how close the POI should be when you receive a warning.
7. Choose the warning sound for the category of POI you selected.
Chapter 9 Itinerary planning
What is an Itinerary?
An Itinerary is a plan for a trip with more stops than just your final destination. An Itinerary is made up of the following items: Destinations - the end of a particular journey, the place where you want to stop. Waypoints - points on your journey that you want to pass. Heres an example of an Itinerary:
Destinations are shown with this symbol. Waypoints are shown with this symbol.
When would I use an Itinerary?
You could use an Itinerary for these kinds of trips: A road trip through a country with lots of stops. A two day car trip with an overnight stop. A short drive which passes particular Points of Interest. In all these examples you could tap Navigate to. for each place. However, if you use an Itinerary, you can save time by programming everything in advance.
Creating an Itinerary
1. Tap the screen to bring up the main menu. 2. Tap Itinerary planning.
The Itinerary planning screen opens. At first, there are no items on the Itinerary. 3. Tap Add and select a location. Tip You can add items to your Itinerary in any order and organize them into the Itinerary later.
Following an Itinerary
When you use an Itinerary to navigate, the route will be calculated to the first destination on the Itinerary. Your TomTom NAVIGATOR calculates the remaining distance and time to the first destination and not for the whole Itinerary. As soon as you start to use an Itinerary, the route is calculated from your current position. You do not need to set a departure point. When you have passed a waypoint or reached a destination, it is marked as visited. Waypoints are shown on the map but your NAVIGATOR will not warn you when you are approaching a waypoint, or tell you when you reach the waypoint.
Organizing an Itinerary
Tap an item on your Itinerary to open a page of buttons for editing the item. The buttons shown below are available. You can change a waypoint into a destination using this button.
Tap this button to turn the spoken instructions off. The button changes to Turn on sound. If you turn the sound off, warnings for upcoming POIs are also turned off.
Turn off sound
Tip To change the volume, tap Volume preferences in the Preferences menu. For more information, see Volume preferences on page 31. To change the volume quickly while you are driving, tap the bottom left-hand section of the Driving View and move the slider. To change the voice, tap Change Voice in the Preferences menu.
Tap this button to change the volume of the spoken instructions.
Tap this button to rename or delete Favorites. To find a Favorite quickly, tap Find, then start to type the name of the Favorite. As soon as the Favorite is shown in the list, you can select it. For more information about Favorites, see Favorites on page 17.
Change Home location
Tap this button to set or change your Home location. Do I have to have my actual home as the Home location?
Your Home location can be a place you go often, for example, your office. It doesnt have to be your actual home. Why should I set a Home location? Once you have set your Home location, you can navigate there quickly whenever you need to get there. In the Navigate to. menu, just tap Home.
Tap this button to change the voice that gives you instructions.
Tap this button to change the language used for all the buttons and messages you see on your NAVIGATOR.
You can choose from a wide range of languages. When you change the language, you are also given the opportunity to change the voice.
Depending on your device, this button may not be available. On many devices, the backlight preferences can be set in the operating system on the device itself. Tap this button to set when the backlight is dimmed on your device while your are using TomTom NAVIGATOR. The following options are available: Always
Change map colors
Tap this button to select the color schemes used for day and night map colors. You can also download more colour schemes from TomTom PLUS. For more information, see the TomTom PLUS leaflet included with your product.
Tap this button to set the kind of route planned when you select a destination. The following options are available: Ask me every time I plan
Always plan fastest routes Always plan shortest routes Always avoid freeways Always plan walking routes Always plan bicycle routes Always plan for limited speed
Toll road preferences
Tap this button to set how your NAVIGATOR handles toll roads if they are on the route to a destination you set.
You can choose always to avoid toll roads, never to avoid toll roads or to be asked what to do if a toll road is on the route planned. If you set that your NAVIGATOR should ask you when there is a toll road on the route, you are asked whether you want to avoid the toll road as soon as you plan the route.
Tap this button to select whether a compass is shown and what the compass shows. The following options are available:
One with arrow pointing north - the arrow always points north and the direction you are moving is at the top of the compass. One with arrow showing your heading - the arrow always shows the direction you are moving and the top of the compass is north. If you select one of these options, you then choose what is shown in the middle of the arrow: Direction - the direction in which you are driving is shown in the center of the compass, as a compass direction. Degrees - the direction in which you are driving is shown in the center of the compass, in degrees. Nothing One with arrow pointing to your destination - the arrow always points to your destination relative to the direction you are traveling. The distance to your destination is shown in the middle of the arrow. None - no compass will be shown.
Tap this button to set the units used for the following: Distances
Time Latitudes and longitudes
Temperature Air pressure
Operate left-handed / Operate right-handed
Tap this button to move important buttons, for example, the Done and Cancel buttons as well as the zoom bar, to the left hand side of the screen. This makes it easier to tap the buttons with your left hand without blocking the screen.
To move the buttons back to the right hand side of the screen, tap Operate righthanded. Note: This button is not available if you are using TomTom NAVIGATOR on devices without a touchscreen.
Tap this button to set what is shown on the map in the Driving View. The following options are available: Show house numbers before street names
Show street names Show next motorway / signpost - when this option is selected, the next major road on your route is shown at the top of the screen in the Driving View.
Hide tips / Show tips
Tap this button to stop your NAVIGATOR from giving you tips from time to time. After you hide the tips, the button changes to Show tips. Tap this button to turn tips on again.
Do not ask arrival time / Ask arrival time
Tap this button to stop your NAVIGATOR from asking you if you want to arrive by a particular time whenever you plan a route.
Do not ask arrival time
To turn this option on again, tap Ask arrival time. For more information, see Arrival times on page 6.
Reset factory settings
Tap this button to restore the factory settings to your TomTom NAVIGATOR. All your settings, including Favorites, your Home location, warnings for POIs and any Itineraries you have created, as well as recent destinations and recent calls and callers, will be deleted.
Chapter 11 TomTom Traffic
TomTom Traffic is a TomTom PLUS service that sends up-to-date traffic information to your NAVIGATOR. To use TomTom Traffic you must have a mobile phone with Bluetooth and a wireless data connection, for example, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, CDMA. TomTom Traffic takes the most up-to-date information from the best local sources. Take advantage of the free trial to try TomTom Traffic. For more information, see the TomTom PLUS leaflet. Note: TomTom Traffic is not available in all countries or areas. Visit www.tomtom.com/plus to check availability in your country.
TomTom Limited Warranty
U.S. and Canadian Purchases: If you have made your purchase in the United States or Canada, this Limited Warranty is granted by and this Limitation of Liability is stipulated for the benefit of TomTom Inc., 150 Baker Avenue Extension, Concord Massachusetts 01742 (United States of America).
WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS
1) TomTom Inc. ("TomTom") warrants to the original purchaser ("you") of the hardware with which this Limited Warranty is included ("Hardware") that the Hardware will be free from defects in workmanship and materials under normal use ("Defects") for a period of two (2) years from the date that the Hardware was first purchased by you ("Warranty Period"). During the Warranty Period the Hardware will be repaired or replaced at TomTom's choice ("Limited Warranty") without charge to you for either parts or labour. This Limited Warranty covers the replacement of the Hardware only. If the Hardware is repaired after the Warranty Period has expired, the Warranty Period for the repair will expire six (6) months after the date of repair.
WHAT THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER
2) The Limited Warranty does not apply to normal wear and tear, does not apply when the Hardware is opened or repaired by someone not authorized by TomTom 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 Hardware, neglect or misapplication. The Limited Warranty does not cover physical damage to the surface of the Hardware. This Limited Warranty does not cover any software that may accompany or be installed on the Hardware.
HOW TO MAKE A WARRANTY CLAIM
3) In order to make a claim of a Defect, you must contact TomTom during the Warranty Period at: 1-978-287-9555 or per email via www.tomtom.com to explain the Defect and to obtain an RMA number (Return Materials Authorization) if necessary. You must return the Hardware during the Warranty Period, along with an explanation of the Defect, to the address provided to you by TomTom. If a defect arises and a valid claim under this Limited Warranty is received by TomTom after the first one hundred and eighty (180) days of the Warranty Period, TomTom is entitled to charge you for any reasonable shipping and handling costs made in connection with the repair or replacement of the Hardware. You must comply with any other return procedures stipulated by TomTom, if any.
YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS
4) This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state and jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
5) If any part of this Limited Warranty is held to be invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of the Limited Warranty shall nonetheless remain in full force and effect. 6) This Limited Warranty is the only express warranty made to you and is provided in lieu of any other express warranties or similar obligations (if any) created by any advertising, documentation, packaging, or other communications. 7) Except for the Limited Warranty and to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, TomTom and its suppliers provide the Hardware "AS IS AND WITH ALL FAULTS", and hereby disclaim all other warranties and conditions, whether express, implied or statutory, including, but not limited to, any (if any) implied warranties, duties or conditions of: merchantability, noninfringement, quiet enjoyment, system integration, satisfactory quality, fitness for a particular purpose, reliability or availability, accuracy or completeness of responses, results, workmanlike effort, lack of viruses, and reasonable care and skill, all with regard to the Hardware, and the provision of or failure to provide support or other services, information, software, and related content through the Hardware or otherwise arising out of the use of the Hardware. This exclusion does not apply to (i) any implied condition as to title and (ii) any implied warranty as to conformity with description. If applicable law requires any implied warranties with respect to the Hardware, all such warranties are limited in duration to ninety (90) days. Some states and/or jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above may not apply to you. 8) This Limited Warranty cannot be transferred to any other person.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
9) Neither TomTom nor its suppliers shall be liable to you or to any third party for any indirect, incidental, consequential, special or exemplary damages (including in each case, but not limited to, damages for the inability to use the equipment or access data, loss of data, loss of business, loss of profits, business interruption or the like) arising out of the use of or inability to use the Hardware even if TomTom has been advised of the possibility of such damages. 10) Notwithstanding any damages that you might incur for any reason whatsoever (including, without limitation, all damages referenced herein and all direct or general damages in contract or anything else), the entire liability of TomTom and any of its suppliers shall be limited to the amount actually paid by you for the Hardware. 11) Notwithstanding the above, neither party's liability for death or personal injury resulting from its own negligence shall be limited. 12) Some states and/or jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
Chapter 16 Addendum
Important Safety Notices and Warnings
Global Positioning System The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite-based system that provides location and timing information around the globe. GPS is operated and controlled under the sole responsibility of the Government of the United States of America which is responsible for its availability and accuracy. Any changes in GPS availability and accuracy, or in environmental conditions, may impact the operation of your TomTom NAVIGATOR. TomTom International B.V. and TomTom, Inc. cannot accept any liability for the availability and accuracy of GPS. Use with Care Use of TomTom NAVIGATOR for navigation still means that you need to drive with due care and attention. SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING DRIVING IN CALIFORNIA California Vehicle Code Section 26708 (a) (1) provides that "No persons shall drive any motor vehicle with an object or material placed, displayed, installed, affixed, or applied upon the windshield or side or rear windows." Drivers in California should not use a suction mount on their windshield, side or rear windows. TomTom Inc. bears no responsibility for any fines, penalties or damage that may be incurred by disregarding this notice. While driving in California, TomTom recommends the use of its Alternative Mounting Kit, which includes options for mounting TomTom devices on the dashboard and using the air vents. See www.tomtom.com for more information about this mounting option. Note: this section of the California Vehicle Code applies to anyone driving in California, not just California residents. This Document Great care was taken in preparing this manual. Constant product development may mean that some information is not entirely up-to-date. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. TomTom International B.V. shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein; nor for incidental or consequential damages resulting from the performance or use of this material. This document contains information protected by copyright. No part of this document may be photocopied or reproduced in any form without prior written consent from TomTom International B.V.
Chapter 17 Copyright notices
2006 TomTom International B.V., The Netherlands. Patents Pending. All rights reserved. TomTom and the TomTom logo are registered trademarks of TomTom International B.V., The Netherlands. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Our end user license agreement and a limited warranty apply to this product; they are included in this package. You can also review both at www.tomtom.com/legal Data Source 2006 Tele Atlas N.V. Based upon: Topografische ondergrond Copyright dienst voor het kadaster en de openbare registers, Apeldoorn 2006. Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland. IGN France. Swisstopo. BEV, GZ 1368/2006. Geonext/DeAgostini. Norwegian Mapping Authority, Public Roads Administration / Mapsolutions. DAV. This product includes mapping data licensed from Ordnance Survey with the permission of the Controller of Her Majestys Stationery Office. Crown copyright and/or database right 2006. All rights reserved. Licence number 100026920. Data Source Tele Atlas North America. Inc. All rights reserved. Canadian data DMTI Spatial. Portions of Canadian map data are reproduced under license from Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada with permission from Natural Resource Canada. Point of Interest data by Info USA. Copyright 2006.
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