1 ŠkodaAuto RADIO NAVIGATION SYSTEM CRUISE SIMPLY CLEVER
3 Contents 1 Contents Radio Equipment overview Important information Anti-theft protection Basic setting Radio CD player Navigation Overview Route guidance
4 2 Radio Radio Equipment overview A1 Rotary/push knob Mark a function or a sub-menu, set a value (turn) Select a function or a sub-menu, confirm a value (press) A2 and : The backwards/forwards keys operate the active audio source. Radio Mode - press briefly: Station change; press for a long time: Manual station selection CD Mode - press briefly: Change of track; press for a long time: fast forward/reverse A3 Switching on/off: Rotary/push knob for switching the navigation system on/off (press) and volume control (turn) A4 Selector keys INFO - repeats the last announcement during the guidance and shows the current travel destination, the current position (address) and geo-position. RADIO changes over into radio mode and changes the frequency range when in the radio mode. CD - changes over into CD mode. NAV - switches over to navigation. TRAFFIC switches over to the stored TMC traffic reports display (Traffic-Message-Channels). SETUP - enables setting-up the individual fields. A5 Function keys next to the display. The function is displayed in the relevant corner of the display. Square brackets mean that the function is currently not available (e. g. [DELETE], if you do not wish to delete). A6 Button for adjusting the sound A7 CD-case A8 Display A9 Eject button - briefly press the button to move the inserted CD into the position ready for removal. A10 Button - Set flagged destination. A11 Button - back to the previous menu point or to the last setting. Equipment which is marked * is only standard on certain model versions or suppliable as special equipment for certain models. Important information Warranty The equipment warranty terms and conditions also apply for new vehicles. After the expiration of the warranty, a piece of equipment in need of repair will be replaced with a reconditioned, original item with spare part warranty. It is, however, a precondition that the housing has not been damaged and no unauthorised attempts have been made to carry out repairs. Damage within the meaning of the warranty must not be the result of improper handling of the system or from unprofessional repair attempts. It is also essential that there is no external damage. Operation of the navigation system The requirements of today's road traffic demand the driver s full concentration at all times. Apart from the availability entertainment, the extensive and demanding equipment details of this system also offer a wide range of information, which will help you to reach your destination quickly and safely.
5 Radio 3 But you should only operate the navigation system with its wide range of possibilities when the traffic situation allows. The volume settings must be selected in such a way that audible signals from the outside, e.g. a Martins horn from utility vehicles (police cars, ambulances and fire brigade), can be heard at all times. WARNING Please concentrate fully at all times on your driving! As the driver you are fully responsible for road safety. Only use the functions in such a way that you are always in full control of your vehicle in all traffic situations! Before using the navigation system Please observe the respective traffic regulations when driving. Street and location names can be changed. It is therefore possible that the names stored on the CD might not correspond to the changed names. The route calculated by the navigation system is a recommendation for reaching the intended destination. While driving please pay attention to stopping restrictions, traffic lights, one-way streets, lane change restrictions, canals and ferries. WARNING Road traffic legislation (StVO) applies at all times, even if a driving recommendation contradicts the StVO. Caution Inserting a second CD while a CD is being ejected can destroy the CD drive in the unit. Please note that the CD ejection lasts a few seconds after pressing the Eject button. During this time the lock in front of the CD case is open. It is essential that you wait until the CD has been fully ejected before you try to insert a new CD. Press the buttons and the keys of the unit gently in order to avoid damaging them. Gentle pressure on the appropriate key is sufficient to operate the unit. Please note that the rotary/push knobs have predetermined breaking points, in order to reduce the risk of injury. Please note that a dirty or scratched navigation CD can considerably impair the speed and the functions of the navigation system. Using the display Carefully handle the display because dents and scratches can occur through pressure of the finger or contact with sharp objects. The display can be cleaned with a soft cloth and finger marks can be wiped away with pure alcohol. Do not use solvent such as turpentine or petrol as they will corrode the display surface. Anti-theft protection Anti-theft coding Your radio is equipped with a convenience coding. If the radio is being operated for the first time, the safety code is not only stored in the radio but also in the vehicle. After disconnecting and reconnecting the battery, first of all switch on the ignition and then the radio. If you wish to install the radio in another vehicle, the safety code must be entered. In this case, please do not hesitate to contact a Škoda Service Partner or a Škoda importer. As the unit only functions after entering the safety code, this practically excludes its use after a theft - a contribution to increased anti-theft safety.
6 4 Radio The code is stored in the instrument cluster. This ensures that it is automatically decoded (convenience coding). Manual input of the code is normally not necessary. Enter code Incorrect entries can be corrected with the function keys (back) AB, (forward) AC and with DELETE A. After entering the four-digit code number OK AD is activated in the display. Basic setting Switching the unit on and off The system is switched on or off by turning / pressing the rotary / push knob A3. Fig. 1 PIN entry Switch on the radio if the ignition is on. Enter the safety code using the button A1. Confirm the safety code by pressing the button A1 for a long time. If the key is pulled out of the ignition lock with the unit switched on, the unit wil switch off automatically. You can switch on again the unit by pressing the rotary/push knob A3. If the engine is switched off, the unit (discharge protection of the vehicle battery) switches off automatically after approx. one hour. If you have switched off the radio by withdrawing the ignition key, the radio switches on again once the ignition is on. General - operation If you have confirmed a wrongly entered code, you can repeat once again the entire process. If the code number is entered incorrectly for the second time, the unit will be blocked for approx. one hour. The safety code can only be entered again after one hour has expired, with the unit switched on and the ignition key in the ignition lock. The cycle - two attempts, blocked for an hour - will continue to apply. Fig. 2 Example menu
7 Radio 5 Mark and select menu point Turn the button A1 until the desired menu point is highlighted with an upper and lower line page 4, fig. 2 A. Press the button A1 to select the menu point. Set value Turn the button A1 until the desired value is set. Press the button A1 in order to confirm the set value. The scroll bar page 4, fig. 2 AB shows that further menu points become visible if the sliding regulator is moved completely to the bottom. Square brackets mean that the function is currently not available (e. g. [Fader] on vehicles without rear loudspeakers). An entry with a opens an additional sub-menu. A next to an entry shows the presently selected set-up (e. g currently played station). Some functions can only be switched on or off. A filled out box behind an entry means that the function is switched on, an empty box means that it is switched off. System Setups Press the button SETUP and select the function key SYSTEM. You can select between the following parameters: Menu language - Menu language for the displays and the language messages. Measuring unit - determining if the distances are displayed in miles or kilometers. Time setting - manual time setting. Normally the navigation unit takes over the time from the instrument cluster of the vehicle. Factory setting - Factory setting. Display Settings BRIGHTNESS - Set display brightness. DISPLAY OFF - Switching off the display. Press the function key or any unit button for switching on again. Audio settings Press the button and set the desired value using the aid of the button A1. You can select between the following parameters: Balance - Setting of the volume ratio between the left and right side; Fader* - Setting of the volume ratio between the front and the rear; Treble - Treble setting; Midtone* - Midtone setting; Bass - Bass setting; Volume settings - individual volume settings for different audio sources. Volume settings Traffic announcement - Volume of the incoming traffic announcements; Navigation volume - Volume of the navigation announcements; Phone volume* - Volume of the mobile phone calls; Switch on volume - Volume after switching on; GALA - Speed dependent volume adaptation. The radio increases automatically its volume with the increasing vehicle speed.
8 6 Radio Radio Radio mode Selecting a radio station Waveband switch-over Press on the function key BAND. Select the waveband FM or AM using the button A1. Manual search Press on the function key MANUAL. Search the frequency of the desired radio station using the button A1. Press the button RADIO. Fig. 3 Main menu of the radio A Function keys: STORE - switches back from the station list to the memory list. BAND - Frequency band change between FM or AM. MANUAL - Manually set station frequencies. SCAN - Start/stop station finding. AB Display of radio mode and frequency band AC Display of the current station AD TP (TP = Traffic Program) in combination with a station name (e. g. in the station or memory list), indicates a traffic information station. AE Display of the traffic information station AF TMC shows that the current station is a TMC station (Traffic-Message- Channel). Function SCAN The radio stations of the current waveband are briefly played (for 10 seconds) by pressing the function key SCAN. This function is ended by pressing the function key SCAN once again and the current station is replayed. The currently played station is displayed in the station list with the symbol. Stations which regularly transmit traffic announcements are marked with TP (Traffic Program). Stations which additionally emit TMC announcements (Traffic-Message- Channel) are also marked with TMC. If the current station is a TMC station, the unit receives TMC annoucements in the background. The TMC annoucements can be called up via the button TRAFFIC and are used for a dynamic route guidance. If the function key STORE is highlighted in black, you are in the memory list. Only stations from the memory list can be selected. In order to leave the function memory list, press on the function key STORE. The unit switches back automatically from the station list to the radio main menu after 5 seconds if not used.
9 Radio 7 Store station Store station Press the button RADIO. Select the station you wish to store. Press the function key STORE in order to call up the station list. Select the first menu point store... station where the current station is displayed instead of the points. Turn the button A1 to select a free memory space or to replace a stored station. If you directly press the button A1, a memory space is suggested. Confirm the indicated position by pressing the button A1. Update the complete station list Press the function key STORE and then the function key SCAN. Select update station list using the button A1. Press the button A1. The following message is indicated: Station list is updated... Press the button A1 for early interruption. Delete memory list Press the button RADIO and then the button SETUP. Select the menu point delete memory list. Confirm the following safety interrogation by pressing Yes to remove the station finally from the memory list. The unit switches back apparently into the radio main menu after 5 seconds if you have stored a station in the memory list or selected a station from the memory list. You are however still in the menu memory list. The entry STORE is further highlighted in black and only the stations which have already been stored in the memory list can be selected with the buttons and. In order to select an additional station and store it in the memory list, you must change over into the station list with the function key STORE or select a new station via SCAN or MANUAL. You can store 18 stations in the FM range and 12 stations in the AM range. Press the function key STORE in order to leave the menu. Calling up a stored station Selecting a radio station from the station list Press the button RADIO and then the button STORE. Press the button A1 in order to select the desired station. Use the buttons and to change over to other stations. The list of stations is automatically updated. You can also update it during operation. RDS functions RDS ( Radio Data System ) serves to transmit program identification and additional services therefore also enabling automatic tracking of stations. In the event of sufficiently satisfactory reception the suitable RDS radio stations will display the station name instead of the station frequency. If a radio station sends additional information via the RDS function while a station is being stored, it can occur that the name of the radio station is later displayed incorrectly in the memory list. Changing station name You can manually adapt the station name. Select a stored station and wait until its correct name is shown in the display and then press the button A1.
10 8 Radio Traffic information function TP Press the button RADIO and then the function key SETUP. The function traffic information is switched (on) or (off) using the button A1. Irrespective of which radio station is heard, an additional receiver part in the unit ensures that a traffic information station can always be received as long as the traffic information function is switched on. In the info field of the display, a traffic announcement is shown with traffic announcement. Incoming traffic announcement If you wish to interrupt the transmission of the traffic announcement, press on the button A1 (Read out in display: cancel). However the TP function still remains available. A short signal tone sounds if you select a station without TP function when the TP function is switched on or if no traffic information station is selected when switching on the TP function. Instead of TP page 6, fig. 3 AD only two lines are displayed in the frame. However the TP function remains switched on. If now you change to another audio source (e. g CD), the unit in the background automatically switches over to another TP station and the traffic announcements of the station are replayed. You can call up further information in addition to the announced reports with the button A1. You can be informed about the traffic situation on your route and if necessary change the route when the route guidance begins. During route guidance all set-up depending TMC traffic reports are displayed in the surrounding area of the location or only those specified on the calculated route list. During route guidance all set-up depending TMC traffic reports are displayed in the surrounding area of the location or only those specified on the calculated route list. The unit has a continuous background of TMC traffic reports providing a TMC station at the current location can be received. The station you are listening to does not have to be a TMC station. TMC traffic reports can only be evaluated and stored by the unit if the navigation data for the currently driven area is stored in the unit memory or can be called up via an inserted navigation CD. The quality of the dynamic route guidance depends on the transmitted traffic announcements. The radio stations broadcasting this information are responsible for the content. Displaying TMC traffic reports TMC traffic reports are used during route guidance, depending on set-up for the automatic optimization of the route, to report possible traffic problems. Press the function key TRAFFIC to display the current traffic reports in a list.
11 Radio 9 CD player Inserting the CD Operating the CD player Select track Press the button or during the play function of the CD, in order to select the previous and/or the next title. Hold the or pressed for fast running. MIX Replay the tracks in random order Press on the function key MIX. Fig. 4 Main menu CD, second CD AB of a connected CD player A is played. Press the button CD. If a CD has already been inserted, the play function begins at the point where the last play function was interrupted. Carefully insert a CD into the CD case A7 until it is automatically drawn in. The play function begins automatically. A Function keys: CHANGER - changes over to a connected CD changer*. This function is not available on vehicles without CD changer; MIX Random play function; the tracks will be played in a random order; SCAN - Scroll through the CD; AB Number of the played CD; AC Number of the played track; AD Display of the running time; AE Display that the set station is a traffic information station; AF Number of the played track; AG Display that the set station is a TMC station (Traffic-Message-Channel). Function SCAN Press the function key SCAN in order to scroll through the CD. The first 10 seconds of each title are played. If the unit cannot read an inserted CD, this is shown in the display with the notice CD fault. General information for MP3 operation Requirements for the MP3 data and data carrier 650 MB and 700 MB CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW. The CDs must correspond to the ISO 9660 Level 2 standard as well as the Joliet data system (single and multi-session). Data names must be no longer than 64 characters. The list structure is restricted to a depth of 8 list levels. The name of the artist, the album and the title of the reproduced MP3 data can be shown as ID3 tag, providing this information is available. The list and data name will be displayed if there is no ID3 tag.
12 10 Radio Play function of MP3 data Function MIX Press MIX. The play function of the tracks starts in random order. Function SCAN Press SCAN in order to scroll through the CD. The first 10 seconds of each title are played. At the same time the title number is displayed in the display. Display of additional information Press the button SETUP in the CD mode and the function key SYSTEM. The function for the display of the additional information is switched on or off using the button A1. Information on how to use a CD CD to jump Uneven road surfaces and strong vibrations may cause the CD to jump. WARNING The CD player is a 1st class laser product. There is a definite risk of injury from invisible laser beams if it is opened. The CD player contains no parts that have to be serviced or repaired. Please contact your specialist garage if a mechanical defect occurs or the CD player has to be repaired. Caution Never use liquids such as gasoline, paint thinner or disk cleaner, otherwise the surface of the CD could get damaged! Never expose the CD to direct sun rays! Please never write or affix the CD! Dirt or damage of a CD can lead to difficulties when reading the information. The difficulty in reading the error depends on the dirt or on the severity of the mechanical damage. Severe scratches cause reading errors which can make the CD jump or get stuck. All CDs must be treated carefully and always be stored in a protective case. Formation of condensation When it is cold and after rain showers, moisture can deposit in the CD drive (condensation). This can effect the CD jump or impair the play function. In such cases wait until the moisture has dissipated. s for the care of the CDs If a CD is soiled, please never clean the CD in the direction of a circle but rather from inside to outside with a soft lint-free cloth. In case of severe layers of dirt we recommend to clean the CD with a commercially available CD cleaner. Also in this case do not clean the CD in the direction of a circle but rather from inside to outside and then let it dry off.
13 Navigation 11 Navigation Overview Safety information regarding the use of the navigation system The route is recalculated each time if you ignore driving recommendations or change the route. This process takes only a few seconds. Driving recommendations can only then be re-transmitted. Incomplete navigation data The navigation system cannot receive any data from GPS satellites if you drive for longer periods under thick forest canopy or when your vehicle is in a garage, underpass or tunnel. In this case, the navigation system orientates itself solely with the help of the vehicle sensors. In regions not at all or only partially digitalised and stored as such on the navigation CD, the navigation system will try to provide guidance to the destination. Please note that under these circumstances the guidance to the destination may not be completely correct if, for example, one-way streets and road categories (motorway, country road etc.) are not at all or only partially included in the navigation data used. WARNING WARNING (continued) Please observe the legal requirements for road traffic when following the driving recommendations provided by your radio navigation system. The driving recommendations provided may vary from current situations, e.g. due to road works or out of date navigation data. In such a case, always observe the traffic regulations and ignore the driving recommendations. Traffic signs and traffice regulations always have priority over the driving recommendations provided by the navigation system. Route guidance is subject to constant changes despite the information about one-way streets, pedestrian zones etc. stored on the navigation CD. Information on traffic lights, stop and right of way signs, parking and stopping restrictions as well as lane constrictions and speed restrictions is not included in the radio navigation system. Navigation CD Inserting the navigation CD Insert the CD into the CD case A7. The program stored on the navigation CD is loaded. Do not remove the navigation CD before the loading process is finished. After route guidance has started, the navigation CD may not be taken out under certain circumstances, e. g in order to play an Audio CD. Up to date navigation data and new navigation CD Road guidance is subject to constant changes (e.g. new streets, changes of street names and house numbers). A navigation CD is a huge data store, which unfortunately will not be up to date after a certain time. This can lead to complaints during route guidance. It is for this reason that you must regularly update the navigation data on your unit with a current navigation CD. General You can continue to listen to the radio or play CDs during the route guidance When entering an address (town, street), only those letters or symbols which make up a logical entry will be presented. A list of possible names will be shown. Do not forget to enter the blank space in names made up of more than one word, such as High Wycombe.
14 12 Navigation The route will be recalculated if you leave or disregard the route that was originally calculated. This process takes only a few seconds. The last voice response can be repeated by pressing the button INFO. The volume of a navigation recommendation can be changed whilst it is being made. If the text Off Road appears on the display, it means you are located on a non-digitalised street, e. g. on a farm track. The GPS satellites will not be able to reach the aerial once you are in a tunnel or underground garage. The unit will orientate itself via the wheel sensors. If you try to carry out a route calculation in this situation, you may hear the message: You are located on a non-digitalised road. Drive on until the display Off Road disappears. Navigation settings Press the button NAV and then the button SETUP. The desired setup of the navigation can be selected and confirmed using the button A1. You can select the following settings: Spoken information On - you will obtain acoustic driving recommendations for the route during the route guidance. Off - the acoustic driving recommendations are switched off during a route guidance. Auto - the acoustic driving recommendations are switched off during a phone conversation. The route is only displayed. Time display Driving time - displays the estimated driving time until the time of arrival at the destination or at the next stopover destination. Arrival - displays the clock until the estimated time of arrival or the next stopover destination is reached. Deleting last destinations erase individually - opens the list of the last destinations whenever you select manually the destination to be deleted. erase all - erases all the last destinations after further confirmation. Delete tours erase individually - opens the list of the stored tours whenever you select manually the tour to be deleted. erase all - erases all the stored tours after further confirmation. Tyre change While driven distances are measured by the navigation system via the turning of the wheels, the changed tyre sizes affect the accuracy of the navigation e. g during the announcement of the navigation recommendations. If you select tyre calibration, the navigation adapts to the changed tyre size. Enter your location manually The navigation system will need some time for an exact definition of your position if you have transported your vehicle using the train or a ferry. Your position can be entered manually if the automatic definition is not successful. Demo mode If the demo mode is switched on, a route guidance can be started via the navigation. Then the unit simulates the journey from the accepted location to the entered destination. First of all you can enter manually the location for a journey demonstration.
15 Navigation 13 Route guidance Enter a travel destination The entry in the upper line changes with each entry carried out. If the entry corresponds to your search or comes close to it, change over to a list with OK or with the function key LIST / OK where you mark and confirm the desired entry using the button. Press the function key DELETE if you wish to delete a character. Call up navigation and select destination entry Press the button NAV. Select the type of destination entry using the button A1. Fig. 5 Destination entry Fig. 6 Enter names and numbers Enter names and numbers Turn the button A1 to select the letters or numbers, press the button A1 so that they are accepted in the entry line fig. 6. Characters which do not apply fade out so that only the actual names and those stored on the navigation CD can be entered. Select 0-9 if you wish to enter digits (e. g for the entry of a post code). Select *?! if you wish to enter special characters. Possibilites for destination entry With country, town/post code, street and intersection - an address is entered as a destination. When selecting a country, the following input possibilities are limited to the relevant country as for e. g special destinations. Special destinations - special points such as filling stations or hospitals are entered as a destination. Start route guidance - starts the route guidance to the entered destination. Position - enter the destination using the coordinates for longitude and latitude. Function keys in the Navigation main menu: MEMORY - calls up the destination memory. ROUTE - Entry of stopover destinations, route list, route options, blocked stretches. SYMBOL - calls up the position display. The current vehicle position is displayed to you as an address (if stored on the navigation CD) and via coordinates. The current direction of travel is shown to you by a compass on the left in the display. START ROUTE GUIDANCE. - starts the route guidance to the shown destination. The current route guidance is ended with STOP ROUTE GD.. A small marking can be found below some of the letters. If you mark these letters and wait for a few seconds, special characters which are based on these letters fade in.
16 14 Navigation Entries in square brackets [... ] cannot be selected or edited at present because e. g all of the necessary data have not yet been entered. First of all a country and a city must be selected when e. g entering an address before the street can be entered. Tour plan Call up tour plan Press the button NAV. If the tour plan is not displayed, press the function key ROUTE and select the menu point route with stopover destinations. Press the button A1 and select the menu point insert new destination. If a destination has already been displayed, you must decide if this destination should be part of your tour. Otherwise you must delete this destination. In the menu point insert new destination you can select the type of destination entry and the destination. An existing address in the tour plan can be accepted with the menu point accept (e. g for a round trip as a starting and finishing point). The newly entered destination is included in your tour with the menu point end entry. You can determine the position where the newly entered destination shall be stored using the button A1. The position determines the order of the destinations of the tour and if a newly entered destination shall be added to the tour as a stopover destination or a main travel destination. During a current route guidance, you can insert additional stopover destinations in your tour (maximum six per tour). Edit a tour or drive to a determined stopover destination If you have selected a destination from the tour plan, you can call up the following functions: Change - e. g change the street name; Move - change the order of the destinations. If you move a stopover destination to the end of your tour, it becomes automatically a destination and the original destination becomes the last stopover destination; DELETE - deletes the destination from the tour; Starting off now - starts the route guidance directly to this destination. Intermediate destinations are ignored. If this is a stopover destination, the tour is continued at this point after reaching the stopover destination. Route setups Press the button NAV and the function key ROUTE. Fig. 7 Route setups Route with stopover destinations If this function has not been switched on, several destinations can be entered. Route list During a current route guidance, you can look up all the stretches of the route for the present tour up to the next destination or stopover destination.
17 Navigation 15 Route options You can also call up the route options via the button TRAFFIC and in the following menu via the function key ROUTE OPT.. Dynamic Nav.: Dynamic route guidance responds to traffic reports broadcast by TMC stations. In some instances, this function will automatically guide you round traffic jams or blocked roads. It is a requirement to receive a TMC station. Route options short: Longer driving time in favour of a shorter route is acceptable. Please note that the setting Short route during route guidance can sometimes lead to unexpected results. fast: It calculates the fastest route to your destination, even if a detour is necessary. economical: The aim of the calculation is a balance between minimal driving time and driving distance. Motorways, Ferries, Toll roads or Tunnels - determine whether these types of destinations should or should not be used. These types of destinations will, however, be used for the route calculation if there is no other logical route to the destination (e.g an island is to be used without using a ferry). Block route momentarily During a current route guidance, you can manually block a stretch of the route ahead after selecting this function in the menu thereafter. The dynamic route guidance will only function if you are receiving a TMC station. During a current route guidance, you must be able to listen to the TMC station in the radio mode. Special destinations Press the button NAV and the function key special destination. Select the category surrounding area of position in order to enter a special destination in the surrounding area of your location. Select the category surrounding area of destination in order to enter a special destination in the surrounding area of the previously set destination. Select the category supraregional in order to select a special destination on the navigation CD regardless of the location and destination (e. g a mountain pass or a border crossing). If you have not changed your destination address since your last entry, the last destination close to the address will be searched. Special destinations of the same category, e.g. restaurants, will be displayed in a list. The nearest destination will be shown in the first position. The type and number of special destinations will be determined by the content of the Navigation CD. Store destination, stopover destination, flagged destination or location Press the button NAV and the function key MEMORY. Last destinations Displays a list of the last 25 entered destinations. If the list is complete, the previous destinations will be automatically overwritten with newly entered ones. You can delete all the last destinations together or individually with the button SETUP. Top special destinations Makes the selection of a special destination close to the location or in the destination area possible. Loading out of the destination memory Calls up a list of stored destinations.
18 16 Navigation Storing in the destination memory Stores the entered destination in the destination memory. A name is automatically suggested for the destination. You can accept or change the displayed name. You can store max. 100 destinations in the destination memory. If the destination memory is complete, you must first of all delete a destination before you can store a new one. Modify destination memory You can delete all the stored destinations or modify one of the displayed destinations. Load tour Calls up a list of stored destinations. Store tour Stores the entered destination in the destination memory. A name is automatically suggested for the tour. You can store up to six tours with each one main destination or up to six stopover destinations. Delete tour You can delete a single tour or all the tours. Store location Stores the current location as destination in the destination memory. Flagged destination Stores the current vehicle position as flagged destination in the destination memory. If the flagged destination is not renamed, it will be overwritten by pressing again. If you wish to keep a stored flagged destination, you must rename it. Start guidance The route guidance can only be started if you have already entered or selected a travel destination. Press the button NAV. The currently selected travel destination or the current tour plan is shown to you in the display. Press the function key START ROUTE GD. in order to start the route guidance to the displayed destination or for the displayed tour. Press STOP ROUTE GD. if you wish to stop the route guidance before you have reached your destination. In regions not at all or only partially digitalised and stored as such on the navigation CD, the navigation system will try to provide guidance to the destination. Please note that under these circumstances the guidance to the destination may not be completely correct if, for example, one-way streets and road categories (motorway, country road etc.) are not at all or only partially included in the navigation data used. Dynamic route guidance with TMC (Traffic Message Channel) Press the button TRAFFIC and call up the route options via the function key ROUTE OPT. and activate or deactivate the entry for the dynamic route guidance. Requirements for a dynamic route guidance TMC is a digital radio data service for continuous transmission of traffic information. The unit has a continuous background of TMC traffic reports providing a TMC station at the current location can be received. The quality of the transmitted traffic reports depends on the broadcast editing carried out by the radio station. The reception of the TMC traffic reports cannot be switched on or off. The station you are listening to does not have to be a TMC station. TMC traffic reports can only be evaluated and displayed by the unit if the navigation data for the currently driven area is stored in the unit memory or can be called up via an inserted navigation CD.
19 Navigation 17 The current TMC traffic reports can be displayed by pressing the selector key TRAFFIC. Traffic problems during a dynamic route guidance The navigation system will calculate the quickest possible route during when a dynamic route guidance option is active. If it takes longer to avoid blocked roads, you are guided for example around the blocked roads. Block a stretch of the route and interrogate route information Manually excluding stretches of the journey Press the button TRAFFIC during the current route guidance and then the function key OBSTRUCTION. In the menu block route momentarily, you can enter and confirm the distance taken up by the obstruction using the button A1. The route is newly calculated. You must press the function key ROUTE alternatively in the main menu of the navigation and then select block route momentarily. Cancel entered obstruction Press the button TRAFFIC and then the function key OBSTRUCTION Off. You must press the function key ROUTE alternatively in the main menu of the navigation and deactivate the function block route momentarily using the button A1. Look up the route list Press the function key ROUTE during the current route guidance. Select the entry route list in order to be shown the stretches of the route still to be driven. Only one obstruction can be entered for the current route guidance. You will be guided through a blocked area if there is no logical alternative to travelling through it. Route list The route list is updated during the journey. It shows the roads that you have not yet reached. Route sections that you have already travelled will be deleted from the route list. While pressing the button A1 you receive further information regarding the individual route sections. Blocked stretches of the road are displayed through a! in a black box. It takes some seconds after route guidance has started for the route list to be compiled so that it can be displayed. The type and number of alternative routes offered during an obstruction is determined by the detailed content of the inserted navigation CD. Route guidance without navigation CD The navigation function is limited and also possible when a navigation CD had been removed. You can then use the internal drive to play audio or MP3 CDs without using the navigation function. For this purpose data of the navigation CD is stored in an internal unit corridor memory along the route. The possibilites of the destination entry and the dynamic route guidance via TMC are only restrictively possible with this stored route corridor. The width of the route corridor depends upon the length of the total route to be stored. The shorter the route, the wider the stored route corridor is and the more functions can be called up without inserting the navigation CD again. You are asked to insert the navigation CD in order to continue the route guidance during long routes or unplanned deviations from the route (e. g tailback leading to detours based on TMC annoucements). A CD symbol behind the entry NAVIGATION is displayed in the navigation menu. This means that the unit has just stored data of the navigation CD in the corridor memory. The navigation CD must only be removed when the CD symbol is no longer displayed. If the navigation CD has to be removed, a current calculation or route guidance within the navigation cannot be properly continued.
20 18 Navigation The CD symbol is crossed through during a route guidance from the corridor memory without a navigation CD.
21 Škoda Auto pursues a policy of constant product and model development. We trust that you will understand that changes to models in terms of shape, equipment and engineering, may be introduced at any time. It is therefore not possible for legal claims to be made based on the data, illustrations and descriptions contained in this Owner s Manual. Reprint, reproduction or translation, either in whole or in part, is not permitted without the written consent from Škoda Auto. Škoda Auto expressly reserves all rights relating to copyright laws. We reserve the right to make changes to this document. Published by ŠKODA AUTO a. s. ŠKODA AUTO a.s. 2008
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