1 User Guide WorldNav Software All rights reserved. No parts of this work may be reproduced in any form or by any means - graphic, electronic, or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, taping, or information storage and retrieval systems - without the written permission of the publisher. Products that are referred to in this document may be either trademarks and/or registered trademarks of the respective owners. The publisher and the author make no claim to these trademarks. While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this document, the publisher and the author assume no responsibility for errors or omissions, or for damages resulting from the use of information contained in this document or from the use of programs and source code that may accompany it. In no event shall the publisher and the author be liable for any loss of profit or any other commercial damage caused or alleged to have been caused directly or indirectly by this document. Printed: November 2008 in (Boston, MA USA) Table of Contents Part I 1 2 Part II Part III Part IV 1 Introduction Contents 1 Disclaimer... 4 Welcome... 6 Getting Started Main Menu... Review 8 Navigation... Overview 11 Map Mode Set Home... Address 14 Routing... to an Intersection 22 Routing... by Business or Service (POI) 27 Finding... a My Point 33 Finding... or Routing To an Address 34 History Reroute... and Clear Route 43 Your GPS... Settings 45 Working with My Points Create... a My Point 48 Mark My... Point at Current Position 48 Using... My Points 51 Navigation Preferences 56 Choosing... a System of Units Part V Part VI Part VII Index Selecting... Route Preferences 58 Selecting... Navigation Panel Preferences 60 Setting... the POI Preferences 63 Voices... & Languages 64 Changing... the Time 66 Special Features 70 Auto Zoom D/3D... Views 72 Day/Night... Mode 74 Trip Information Map Information Simulating... a Route 79 Truck... Routing 81 Troubleshooting Questions Notes
2 4 1 Introduction 1.1 Disclaimer Use the WorldNav at your own risk. To reduce the risk of unsafe operation, please carefully review and understand this user manual. Part I It is the user's responsibility to use this product prudently. This product is intended to be used only as a navigational aid and must not be used for any purpose requiring precise measurement of direction, distance, location, or topography. Statistics provided such as trip time are best estimates and may not accurately reflect true conditions. The Global Positioning System (GPS) is operated by the United States Government, which is solely responsible for its accuracy and maintenance. The system is subject to changes which could affect the accuracy and performance of all GPS equipment. For use in vehicles, it is the sole responsibility of the owner/operator of the TeleType GPS WorldNav to place and secure the GPS unit so that it will not interfere with the vehicle operating controls and safety devices, obstruct the driver's view of driving conditions, or cause damage or personal injury in the event of an accident. Do not mount the TeleType GPS WorldNav in a place where the driver or passengers are likely to impact it in an accident or collision. The mounting hardware supplied by TeleType Co. is not warranted against collision damage or the Introduction 5 6 consequences thereof. 1.2 Welcome When used in vehicles, it is the sole responsibility of the driver of the vehicle to operate the vehicle in a safe manner, to maintain full surveillance of all driving conditions at all times, and not become distracted by the GPS system to the exclusion of safe driving practices. It is unsafe to operate the controls of the GPS system while you are driving. Failure by the driver of a vehicle equipped with a TeleType GPS system to pay full attention to operation of the vehicle and road conditions while the vehicle is in motion could result in an accident or collision with property damage and personal injury. IN NO EVENT SHALL TELETYPE CO BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER RESULTING FROM THE USE, MISUSE, OR INABILITY TO USE THIS PRODUCT OR FROM DEFECTS IN THE PRODUCT. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. Congratulations on your purchase of a portable navigation GPS! This document will provide you with information on how to use the GPS software. Please refer to the GPS hardware user guide for information regarding the GPS device device. To be informed of program and map updates please register at Please note that the software functionality is the same for all WorldNav devices regardless of screen size. The pictures in this guide may appear differently from your screen based on which device you are using.
3 8 Part II 2 Getting Started 2.1 Main Menu Review The WorldNav main menu is accessed any time you press the <Menu> button on the touch screen. There are twelve entries on the Main Menu which are spread out over 3 screens. To advance to the next screen press the right arrow icon found on the bottom right of the screen. Likewise, to go back to a menu, press the left arrow icon found on the bottom of the screen. Main Menu Screen One Find lets you into the Find Wizard, situated on two separate screens, in which you can locate an Address, Point of Interest (or Service), Home, Intersection, listed My Point or view your Find History. Info provides information on your current location. My Points allows you to mark or manage your My Points (favorites) and set your Home address. Route Menu lets you into the Route Menu, Getting Started 9 10 situated on two separate screens, in which you can view a route, create a new route, clear an existing route, reroute, start a simulation route or select route settings where you can indicate your preference of quickest path, shortest path, avoid highways, or truck route. (Details in Section 4.2) Main Menu Screen Three Main Menu Screen Two 2D/3D lets you change between two and three dimensional views. Note: You will not see the names of most roadways on the 3D view but the map will look more realistic. Units lets you choose to navigate in either English or Metric units. Services allows you to display services such as Restaurants, and Gas Stations. Day/Night switches from a night screen to a day screen and vice versa. Trip Stats shows you trip statistics such as total time and distance traveled. Voice allows user to change the voice of the WorldNav. Nav Panel lets you set two identifying panels on your navigation screen including distance to go, speed, odometer, heading, satellite info and arrival time. GPS Status provides GPS information such as latitude, longitude, elevation, speed, heading, date/time and strength of signal.
4 Getting Started Navigation Overview 2.3 Map Mode Now that you are familiar with WorldNav features you are ready to begin navigating. When you turn on your device the GPS will search to acquire satellite signal. Once you have picked up signal you can simply press <Where To> and enter a destination to navigate from your current location. If you are indoors or unable to pick up satellite signal, you may want to set your home address manually. You can also create routes by entering start and end addresses for later use. When you are driving, the screen will display your location in route and you will be given voice instructions for when and where to turn. Your destination will be indicated on the map with a checkered flag. Once you have reached your destination the route will be cleared and will be ready to navigate to your next destination. The WorldNav software allows you to switch between Navigation and Map mode. You will automatically be in Navigation mode when you travel with the GPS locked into position. If you care to browse the map, simply touch the screen anywhere on the map area, you will then see a plus and minus symbol which will allow you to zoom in and out. You can use your finger to drag the map in any direction as desired. Road colors will vary based on the type of road. For example, in Day Mode, the colors of the roads are as follows: Gray - Residential Yellow - County or State Orange - Highway Green - State Preferred Truck Route Pink - Truck Restricted Road When you see "Where To" and "Menu" on the screen that means you are in "Map" mode. Map Mode Getting Started Set Home Address When you travel away from home it is convenient to be able to route "Home" easily. You need to set your home address in the "My Points" Submenu by pressing <Set Home>. Follow these directions. When those software buttons disappear it means you are in Navigation mode and the map will automatically orient in the direction of travel. The following picture show navigation mode with a route in progress. Main Mapping Screen Navigation Mode 1. Press <Where To> on the main mapping screen, which will take you to the Find Wizard Menu. You will be prompted to select one of the following: Services, Address, Home, Intersection, History or My Points. Select <Address>. Note: You can also get to the Find Wizard Menu when you press <Find> in the main menu.
5 Getting Started Find Wizard Menu 2. You will now be asked to enter the address of your destination. The WorldNav is equipped with Smart Search Technology that will automatically generate possible States, Cities and Street names based on the first few letters of your entry. The following illustrates the address search for 151 Tremont St, Boston, MA. Note: To select a result, simply touch the check mark icon next to your selection. Start to Enter State Select from Possible States Getting Started Start to Enter City Start to Enter Street Name Select from Possible Cities Select from Possible Streets
6 Getting Started your current location. If you would like to modify your Route at this point, you can touch the magnifying lens icon located to the left of the End Address. This will take you back to the Find Wizard where you can enter a new destination. Once your desired End Address is displayed, press <Create Route>. House Number 3. The WorldNav software will generate search results based on your entry. Select your destination by touching the appropriate check mark. Route Start and End Addresses Select Address 4. The Start Address will automatically display Creating Route Getting Started Routing to an Intersection This allows you to create a route to a street intersection if you don't know the exact address of where you are going. Note: Intersections are for streets only. The intersection feature cannot be used for highways or freeway intersections (exits). 1. Press the <Menu> button and then the <Find> button. 5. Drive. The GPS will prompt you at turns and you can follow the distance remaining or whatever other parameters you chose in the Navigation Panel. You can also see the turn by turn maneuver list by pressing <Route> and then <View Route>. Main Menu and Find 2. This will put you into the Find Wizard where you can use the right arrow icon to scroll to the second screen and then press the icon labeled <Intersection>. Note: In this illustration the WorldNav will locate the intersection of Beacon and Park Street. View Route Results
7 Getting Started Find Wizard Menu Selecting First Intersection Street 3. You will be prompted to enter the first street beginning with the state, the city and finally the street name. Press <Next> between adding the various components of the address until you get to street name. You make your selection by touching the check mark next to the street name in the list of possible streets. 4. You will now be asked to type the name of the Second Street you are looking for. After you enter the Street name press <Find>. Entering Second Intersection Street 5. Look at the list of possible selections. Pick one and press the check mark icon to see the Getting Started intersection on a map. 7. You will automatically be taken into driving mode and guided to your destination. If you would like to view the route you can select <View Route> from the Route Menu at any time. Select Correct Intersection 6. You can now display the route to this intersection from your current location simply by pressing <Create Route>. View Route Create Route Details
8 Getting Started 2.6 Routing by Business or Service (POI) There are a variety of names used to refer to Points of Interest (POI), sometimes they are called "Businesses" and sometimes they can be called "Services". The TeleType software refers to these types of points as "Services" or "POIs" such as a restaurant or gas station. 1. Select <Menu> and then <Find> <By Phone Number> option will only generate results for the Premium WorldNav. POI Search Option Screen 4. Select <By nearest> for the purposes of this tutorial. Use this when you don't know the address or need to find something close by. Find Wizard 2. In the Find Wizard, select <Services> or point of interest. 5. Select a category such as Automotive, Food & Drink, Business, Education, etc. If you are unsure, select the category "All." 3. You can now touch the right and left arrow icons in order to select your POI search option. You may choose from <Anywhere>, <By Phone Number> or <By Nearest>. When your preferred Route option is displaying in the text field, press <OK>. Note: The search Getting Started Select POI Category Select POI Subcategory 6. Select <Food & Drink> for the purposes of this tutorial by touching the check mark icon to the left of the category. 7. You may now browse all Food & Drink subcategories to search from by touching the down arrow icon located in the bottom right hand corner of the screen. You may also select <All> for to search all types. 8. You will be prompted to enter a name to search. You may skip the entry of a name to view all results from this category. Press <Next>. Search for Services by Name 9. The generated results will be listed according
9 Getting Started to the distance they are from your current location. Distance and direction of each POI is displayed. Select a POI from an existing result by touching the corresponding check mark. Options Select Service 10. After selecting a POI you will be brought to the Find Result Screen where you can select an action to take. Using the right and left arrow icons you will choose <Show>, <Mark> or <Route To> Getting Started Finding a My Point If you have created a My Point (to be explained later), you can find it in the Find Wizard Menu. 1. Press <Menu>, right arrow icon, then <My Points>. Manage My Points 3. Press the right and left arrow icons to choose to either <Show>, <Route To>, or <Edit> your My Point. Press <OK>. Find Wizard Menu 2. You are brought to the Manage My Points Screen. Press the corresponding check mark to proceed. Routing to My Point 2.8 Finding or Routing To an Address Press <Menu>, then <Find> to get to the Find Wizard Menu.
10 Getting Started Find Wizard Menu 1. Press the <Address> button. You will be prompted to enter an address in the usual fashion beginning with the State. The Smart Search feature will generate results for each component of your address entry based on the first few letters you type. 2. For street names that include direction (N, S, SE, NW, etc...) and/or numbers, (5th Ave, 32nd St, etc...), you will need to switch between the alpha and numerical keyboard displays. This can be done by pressing the <123Ñ> and respective <abc> key once. As an example we will look up 918 S 1st Ave, Coatesville, PA. Enter Direction then Press <123Ñ> Enter Numerical Portion then Press <abc> Getting Started Continue Street Entry Enter House Number Select Street Name Select Address from Results 3. Continue entering the street address by entering the House Number and then press < Next> and select the address from the results. 4. The GPS defaults to searching for U.S. addresses, however, if you have purchased a TeleType product which offers multiple countries, you can select the country by following the instructions
11 Getting Started below. For example, assuming Canadian maps are provided and you wish to locate a Canadian address, press <Where To> then press <Address> on the next screen Country Use the white selection arrow (left or right will work), select <Canada> and press <OK> in the bottom right corner. Press "Address" in the Find Wizard Click the <US> in the top left corner. Select Country Enter the Province, City, Street, and Number as desired. Use the "State/Province" Screen to Change Getting Started History You may view your Find History by selecting <Find>, right arrow, and then <History>. From here you may press a corresponding check mark to show the address, delete a listing, or view more listings within the history. Press the recycle bin icon to delete the entire history. Continue Entering Address Information History of Previous Search Results
12 Getting Started Reroute and Clear Route When you stray from the intended route the GPS will attempt to re-route you. You have a choice as to when you want this to occur. You can decide whether you want the GPS to reroute you Immediately when it thinks you have strayed from the route, or whether it should wait until you are a little farther off the route (to compensate for GPS fluctuation) before the GPS tries to reroute you. You might want to experiment with these settings for your particular situation. When you create a new route the old route will automatically be replaced. If for some reason you do not wish to follow a route, you can clear the existing route from the screen, press <Clear Route>. Route Menu Page Two - Settings Select Reroute the desired re-route settings using the white spin arrows. Selecting "Immediate" may result in unnecessary re-routes, whereas "Conservative" will delay the reroute from occurring until you are further off the route. Route Menu First Page Select Reroute Press the right white arrow found at the bottom of the screen to get to the next screen. Getting Started Your GPS Settings GPS Information Press <Menu> to get to the main menu and then scroll to the third by pressing the right arrow icon twice. Press <GPS Status>. This will bring you to the GPS information screen showing your latitude, longitude, elevation, speed, heading (direction of travel), date/time, the total number and strength of satellite signals. The green dot on the bottom right of the panel indicates the GPS is locked in. The dot will change colors based on the following status: Red - not locked in, Yellow - Acquiring Satellites, Blinking Green - getting close to locking in, Green - position fixed. The same dot colors will also appear on the bottom right hand side of the map screen providing a quick indication of the GPS status. Note: See Section 4.7 to adjust time. (Note: If you are using a device other than portable WorldNav from TeleType, you can access the GPS settings menu by tapping on the bottom right side of the GPS status screen. This feature is not needed for WorldNav devices as they are already set to the proper comm port and baud rate). GPS Information Screen
13 48 Part III 3 Working with My Points 3.1 Create a My Point A "My Point" is a position marker that can be used to help create a route or mark a position for future reference. You can think of the My Points area as a listing of your favorite places. You can create My Points regardless of whether the GPS device is active or inactive. If you are centered on a position that you would like to create a My Point for, press <Menu>, <My Points> and then <Mark Position>. The Mark Position Screen will come up allowing you to enter a name, and then you may assign an icon to your new My Point from the icon gallery. The position will now be saved as a My Point. 3.2 Mark My Point at Current Position Press <Menu> and then <My Points>. Working with My Points My Points Menu Selecting a My Point Icon 1. Press <Mark Position> to mark your current position. 2. Enter the name for your current position and select an icon to represent the position. 3. Your current position will now be recorded as a My Point and will appear on the screen as the icon you selected. Naming a My Point
14 Working with My Points Using My Points The My Points menu can be used to create your own points, edit those points, or route to the points. To edit your My Points, press <Menu> and then <My Points>. This will take you to the My Points menu. 1. Select <Manage>. This will take you to a screen entitled "Manage My Points". Select the checkmark icon next to the My Point you wish to edit. My Point Details 3. When you are finished with any edits to that particular My Point, press <Back>. 4. To delete a point, select the trash can icon. Editing your My Points 2. Use the white spin arrows to select Show, Route To, or Edit. If you want to see the coordinates of a particular point, press Edit. You can change any of the values such as name or coordinates by tapping on the appropriate field. Working with My Points 53
15 56 4 Navigation Preferences 4.1 Choosing a System of Units Specify whether the WorldNav should display measurements in Metric or English units. Part IV Main Menu - Units 1. Press <Menu>, right arrow icon and then select <Units>. 2. You can switch between Metric and English units by pressing the arrow icons. Select one and then press <OK>. Navigation Preferences Selecting Route Preferences This allows you to have your routes selected as the quickest path, the shortest path or a route that avoids major highways. 1. Press <Menu>, <Route Menu>, right arrow, and then <Settings>. System of Units Route Menu 2. You will be brought to the Route Settings Screen where you can select your route preferences. Enabled Auto-Zoom and Allowing Toll Roads are indicated by a blue check mark. You can deselect these options by pressing the icon once. A grey "x" icon will display when the feature is not activated.
16 Navigation Preferences Selecting Navigation Panel Preferences Route Settings You also have the choice of several Route methods depending upon the product you are using. Use the right and left arrow icons to choose the desired method of routing. In most cases the route will change based on your settings choice. Keep in mind that in some cases the same route will be generated regardless of the setting. The name of the next street you must turn onto is displayed at the top of the Nav Panel. The distance to your next turn, as well as a directional arrow, are shown on the upper right section. A checkered flag will appear in the same section when you reach your destination. The two other information areas in the bottom right of the Navigation Panel can be customized. 1. Press <Menu>, scroll to the third Menu screen by using the right arrow icons, and then press <Nav Panel>. You can choose to display Big Panels, Big Map, or to Hide or See Through the Upper and Lower Panels. You can also choose two values to be displayed in the Navigation panel in either the Upper or Lower Panel. 3. When the Route Setting screen displays your desired routing preferences, press <OK> to apply. Navigation Preferences Navigation Panel Preferences 2. In the Navigation Panel Menu, you can scroll the Upper and the Lower panel to select one of the following trip information items: Arrival time: Estimated time of arrival. DIST to go: Distance to go. Heading - Degree: Directional heading focused on degrees, such as 270º Heading - Text: Directional heading focused on text, such as West Odometer: Odometer. Satellite Info: GPS signal strength. Speed: Ground speed. Time: GPS (UTC) time. Nav Panel: Choose from Big Map, Big Panel or Hide Panel. (Big Map devotes more space to the map area with a narrower Nav Panel. Big Panel displays a wider Nav Panel with a reduced map size. Hide Panel displays no Navigation stats.) Navigation Panel While Driving
17 Navigation Preferences 4.4 Setting the POI Preferences Choose the types of Services that you would like to appear on the map as you travel. 1. Press <Menu>, right arrow icon, and then <Services> Scroll the menu using the up and down arrow icons to view the choices. A blue check mark will appear next to the items you choose to display. Press <OK> when you are done. Services Categories 4.5 Voices & Languages Select Services 2. Select <Transportation>. Services Display Menu Select the Voice that guides you during travel. Press <Menu>, <Route Menu>, use the right arrow icons to scroll to the third screen and then press <Voice>. This takes you to the Voice Selection screen where you select the voice you would like to hear while navigating. Use the right and left arrow icons to make your selection. When your preferred voice is displaying in the text field press <OK>. A female English voice is provided with the Deluxe version of the software. Multiple languages including Spanish are provided in the Premium software edition. Truck Navigation GPS devices include English, Spanish, and French. Notice that when you Navigation Preferences 65 change the voice to another language the menus change to the corresponding language as well. Spanish Changing the Time The GPS has preset time to U.S. East Coast. To change that the time your GPS position must be locked in. 1. Press <Menu>, use the right arrow icons to get to the third Menu screen and then press <GPS Status> Voice/Language Selection Screen Select GPS Status 2. The GPS Information screen will appear. Tap on the Date/Time field to adjust the time.
18 Navigation Preferences 67 GPS Information Screen 3. Click on the + and buttons to change the hour accordingly. 70 Part V 5 Special Features 5.1 Auto Zoom Auto-Zoom will automatically change your map zoom level depending on your speed. It will zoom in when you slow down and zoom out when you speed up. Auto-Zoom preference is part of the 2D/3D menu. If you prefer to see the map at a constant display, select "No Auto Zoom", then use the zoom buttons to set the desired map view. 1. Press <Menu>, right arrow icon and then <2D/3D>. Route Menu 2. Press either the left or the right arrow icon next to <Enable Auto-Zoom> to turn on/off the Auto Zoom feature. The Auto Zoom feature works independently from the 2D / 3D
19 Special Features setting D/3D Views Your map can be shown in two dimensions where the streets are clearly marked. This looks like a regular map. For 3D mode, only the main streets are labeled but the map more clearly displays what your route looks like while driving. Auto Zoom Routing in 3D Mode Routing in 2D Mode To change from either Routing Mode press <Menu>, right arrow icon and select <2D/3D>. Special Features From the 2D & 3D View Screen you are able to use the right and left arrow icons to display your desired setting. Press <OK> to apply your preference Day/Night Mode Your map has the ability to have a black background and blue streets for night vision and a white background with gray streets for day vision. Select <Menu>, right arrow icon and then select <Day/Night>. You can also select <Auto Mode> which automatically switches from day to night (and vice versa) based on your current GPS position (lat/long). When your preferred mode is displayed in the text field press <OK> to apply the setting. Select View Mode Select Night Vision
20 Night Mode Map Special Features Trip Information Review trip statistics including speed, distance to go, estimated time of arrival, time, odometer and trip timer simultaneously. Press <Menu>, then use the right arrow icon to get to the third Menu screen and then press <Trip Stats> to see the Trip Statistics screen. Note that this screen is a snapshot of the data within a few seconds of the real time situation. To configure your navigation screen to show some of this information, use the Nav Panel menu to set the desired display. Trip Statistics Screen Special Features Map Information If you press <Menu> and then <Info> the GPS will display the best estimate of your current location. Truck Restriction Info Map Information Screen If you are using the WorldNav Truck GPS and would like to know why a particular area is restricted, position your target point over the pink area of the map and select <Menu>, <Info>, this will then display the reason for the restriction. In this case there is 5,000 pound weight restriction. Be sure to check the section titled "Truck Routing" for more information.
21 Special Features Simulating a Route You can simulate a previously created route to preview what it will look like while you are driving. 1. Press <Menu>, <Route Menu>, right arrow icon and then press <Simulator>. Simulation Mode 3. To end the simulation, simply tap the screen once, a menu will appear allowing you to cancel the simulation. Select Simulator 2. The simulation will automatically begin. 5.7 Truck Routing Special Features 81 TeleType offers commercial truck drivers the ability to specify the characteristics of the vehicle and type of load being carried in order to provide suitable routing taking into account road restrictions such as bridge clearances, load limits, dangerous turns, hazmat, and more. If you have purchased a device which offers the commercial truck routing feature, you can follow the information below to learn more about the features designed for truck drivers. For complete details on how to enter addresses you can review the earlier sections of this user guide. The GPS navigation devices are available in two screen sizes*, 7 inch and 3.5 inch (measured diagonally). The GPS software operates the same way on both devices. 1. Attach your GPS system to the windshield by putting the suction cup on the window (moisten cup if necessary). It is best to allow the device to rest on the dash (while also mounted to the windshield) so as to minimize the possibility of damage to the device. Apply power using the cord provided to the device (if needed) Turn the device On, press the Navigation button. 3. Press the <I Agree> button to begin using your GPS. 4. A specially customized Secure Digital (SD) card has already been inserted into the device. The device has been set to truck routing. There are 4 Truck route settings: Truck-Freeway, Truck-Shortest, and Truck-Quickest, Truck-Emergency. Truck-Freeway favor highways. Truck shortest setting typically used for routes under 500 miles. Truck-Emergency setting ignores all restrictions EXCEPT for bridge heights, this is useful for emergency driving or deliveries to restricted areas while still avoiding low bridges. 5. The WorldNav GPS will automatically lock into your current position provided that the device has clear view of the sky, no configuration is required. The GPS will know your direction of travel once you begin to move. 6. If the GPS has not yet locked into position, you will see <Where To> and
22 Special Features <Menu> at the top of the map screen. The map will display the last known position centered into the target area. Press <Where To> on the screen to create new route. pink road and press <Menu> then press <Info>. The display will provide restriction information for that point. In the example below, the restriction is due to weight limitation of 5,000 lbs. 7. Notice the bright pink lines on the map indicating restricted roads for trucks. When you are in any of the Truck routing modes, the GPS will attempt to avoid these areas. Restriction Information Restricted Roads Shown in Pink Color 9. To insure that you will be routed using roads that are suitable for trucks, be sure to keep the routing setting on Trucks. The default truck configuration is: 13' 6", 53', 80,000, no Hazmat. To change this configuration follow the steps below. 8. To learn more about why the road is restricted, place your target point over the Special Features Route Settings Truck Settings: Default 10. Press <Menu> then <Route Menu> then <New Route>. Press <Settings> (found on the bottom left of the screen). Insure that the middle panel specifies a Truck setting. Use the left or right white arrow to change the route settings. 11. To change the Truck Settings, Press the Truck logo found at the bottom (middle) of the screen. Use the white arrows to change the values a little at a time. For example, to change the height to 13' 9" (instead of 6"), press the right arrow button 3 times. You will see that the value changes from 6" to 7" to 8" to 9". If however, you need to make larger changes, it is better to press the word "Height" - then a keyboard menu will appear and you will be able to enter the value faster, such as 5,000 pounds.
23 Special Features section earlier in this guide. Truck Settings: Using the Keyboard 13. The GPS defaults to searching for U.S. addresses, however, Canada maps have been pre-installed. To search for Canadian addresses, press <Where To> then select <Address> on the next screen. Click the <US> in the top left corner and use the white selection arrow (left or right will work), select <Canada> and press <OK> in the bottom right corner. Enter the Province, City, Street, and Number as desired. 12. When entering addresses, the GPS will first prompt you to enter the State (you can spell the state or the abbreviation), the next screen is used for entering the City, the third screen is for entering the Street name (leave blank if you do not know the street), press Next and enter the house number (leave blank if unknown). See details earlier in the user guide under "Getting Started". Note that if the street name contains a number such as 61st Street, you can toggle the ABC button to become 123 so that you can enter the number. For details see Getting Started, Finding or Routing to an Address 13. Enter your destination by Address, Intersection or POI (point of interest) such as chain Truck Stops Loves, Flying J s, Petrol, TA as well as independent truck stops). Note that intersections are only for use with local roads, they are not intended for use in finding Exits on highways. 14. Once the route has been created, the GPS will display the route from your current location to the selected location. 15. Press <Settings>, make sure the middle panel indicates a Truck setting (such as Special Features Truck-Freeway, Truck-Quickest, Truck-Shortest), if not, set it as a truck route by pressing either of the two arrows beside the selection, it will rotate to the proper setting. Truck Freeway - favors highways - it will route around major cities. Truck Quickest - will result in the fastest route, usually results in a route taking the least time Truck Shortest - will result in the shortest route, likely to require more turns but may save gas due to shorter distance. 16. Enter the dimensions and weight of your truck and select Hazmat if desired by pressing the truck logo on the bottom of the screen, then press <OK>. (Defaults have already been set to 13 6, 53', 80,000 lbs). The default Hazmat setting is 0 meaning No Hazmat. To change the Hazmat class, tap the 0, you will see that it will display 1. Keep pressing the number until the proper class number appears. Truck Settings: Hazmat Class Changed to When the GPS is locked into position you will hear GPS position fixed, ready to navigate. You will also see your position on the map indicated by the big red arrow. The <Where To> and <Menu> buttons will disappear. 18. It is recommended that you keep the device in Truck routing settings. However, if you travel long distances (1000+ miles) at one time (or you want to travel in truck restricted areas perhaps with your car), you may want to change to Car-Prefer Highways instead of the Truck settings. You can easily switch back to one of the Truck settings when you are
24 Special Features 91 getting close to the local area destination. 19. To hear a repeat of the upcoming navigation instruction, tap the upper right hand portion of the screen. 20. Note that routing and re-rerouting may take longer than expected if you are familiar with other GPS systems as this system is analyzing over 350,000 miles of truck restrictions before creating the route. You may want to change the "Reroute" setting to "Immediate" if the default "Conservative" if you want the re-route to allow quick turns. The Conservative setting will route you forward on the route rather than having you make an immediate turn. 21. Updates are performed by exchanging your current SD card for a new SD card which will contain any updates in maps and software to keep your GPS unit current. 94 Part VI 6 Troubleshooting Questions 1. Why aren't the streets labeled? In 3D mode, only major thoroughfares are shown. Change to 2D mode and manually adjust the zoom level to get more labeled streets. 2. What do I do if I change my destination during a route? Press <Menu>, then <Route> and on the second screen, press <Clear Route>. Alternatively, use the <New Route> feature to create a new route; the old route will be cleared from the display automatically. 3. What if the GPS can't locate my destination address? Some addresses may not be listed. Change the route to locate the nearest intersection, or nearest town instead. 4. What if it seems the device is not showing my true location? Sometimes, the device takes a few minutes to lock in on the satellite signal, after which your true location will be shown. 5. Sometimes the GPS indicates a house number to be in a different part of the
25 Troubleshooting Questions block, why? House numbers are estimated positions within the block. Typically the GPS will put you within a few feet of the actual position. 6. How do I transfer maps onto my device? The WorldNav does not require maps to be transferred. All maps and POI's are already pre-loaded onto your device. To be informed of future updates please register at 7. What are the differences between the routing preferences? See section 4.2 of this guide. 8. How can I route from point A to point B with multiple stops in between? You will need to first look up the addresses of any stopping points. You can create a route by selecting any of these addresses listed in the History as needed. turn. Do not change the name of the file, just rename your wav file to the same name as the original file name. 10. How do I change text and voice from English to another language? Press <Menu>, <Route Menu>, use the right arrow icons to scroll to the third screen and then press <Voice>. When your preferred voice is displaying in the text field press <OK>. Language choices are available in the Premium and Truck Editions only. 11. Which entertainment file formats are supported? See the appropriate hardware user guide. 9. May I change the warning sounds? Yes, you can substitute your own.wav files for any of the warning sounds found in the TTWorldNavigator Sounds folder such as reroute, spdbeep sounds. The SpdBeed sound is the one you hear when it's time to 98 7 Notes Part VII
26 Index Index - 2-2D View D View 72 - A - Arrival time 60 AutoZoom 70 - B - Bird's eye view 72 Bridge clearance 81 - C - Car adapter 94 Caution 4 Change destination 94 Clear route 43 Create a my point 48 Create a route from home 14 - D - Day Mode 74 Disclaimer 4 Distance to go 60, 76 Driving preferences 60 DTG 76 - E - Edit a my point 51 Elevation 45 English 56, 64 Estimated time of arrival 76 ETA 76 - F - Find a my point 33 Find a POI 27 Find a street address 34 French 64 - G - GPS information 45 GPS position 45 GPS satellites 45 GPS settings 45 GPS status 45 - H - Hazmat 81 Heading 45, 60 History 42 Hours 66 - I - Info 77 Information 77 Intersection 22 - L - Latitude 45 Longitude 45 - M - Main menu 8, 11 Main menu buttons 8, 11 Map Information 77 Mark current position 48 Mark my point 48 Metric 56 My Point 33, 48, 51 - N - Navigation panel 60 Navigation panel preferences 60 Night Mode 74 No power 94 - O - Odometer 60, 76 - P - POI 27 POI display 63 POI routing 27 Position is off 94 Power up device 94 - Q - Quickest route 58 - R - Repeat a route 42 Replacement fuse 94 Reroute 43 Restrictions 81 Road Color 12, 81 Route 14 Route preferences 58 Route to 14 Route to a POI 27 Route to a street address 34 Route to an intersection 22 Route via ferry 58 - S - Satellite info 60 Index 101 Set home address 14 Set office address 14 Set Time 66 Set voice 64 Setting POI preferences 63 Shortest route 58 Show true location 94 Simon 64 Simulating a Route 79 Simulation 79 Simulator 79 Spanish 64 Speed 45, 60, 76 Streets aren't labeled 94 Susan 64 System of units 56 - T - Time 60, 66, 76 Time Zone 66 Timer 45, 60, 76 Trip information 76 Troubleshoot 94 Truck Routing 81 Truck Settings 81 - U - Units 56 updates 81 - V - Voice 64 Voice preferences 64 - W - Warning 4 Welcome 6 Windshield mount 94 - Z - Zoom 14, 70 Zoom In 14 Zoom Out 14
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