CARMINAT TOMTOM®          DRIVER’S HANDBOOK
Precautions during use. .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . ...
Precautions during useIt is essential to follow the precautions below when using the system, both in the interest of safet...
GENERAL DESCRIPTION (1/3)The navigation system                       Note: after moving a long distance           If these...
GENERAL DESCRIPTION (2/3)       A                            B                            D              E                ...
GENERAL DESCRIPTION (3/3)                      M     N                 M                             N                    ...
introduction to the controls (1/2)Central control                                                                         ...
introduction to the controls (2/2)Remote control                                                                          ...
swivel screenDefinition                                Manipulation                                Push the screen on the ...
SD card: use, initialisation (1/2)SD cardAn SD card is supplied with the navi-gation system. It includes, among other     ...
SD card: use, initialisation (2/2)                     6:47                               A     echt                      ...
Switching on/offSwitching on                                                                           Hiding the mapThe m...
Guided tours (1/2)                                                                                                        ...
Guided tours (2/2)                                                                           “TomTom HOME”                ...
operating principles (1/2)Central control                                               Remote control     1              ...
operating principles (2/2)                                                                                                ...
Volume and VOICE                                                                                                          ...
reading a map                                                              G	 Information about your journey, such        ...
entering a destination (1/4)                                                             –	 select the “Home”;            ...
entering a destination (2/4)  Navigate to... 1 of 2                               Navigate to... 1 of 2                   ...
entering a destination (3/4)  Navigate to... 1 of 2                               POI category:                           ...
entering a destination (4/4)                                                                                              ...
guidance (1/4)                                                                                                            ...
guidance (2/4)Note: to change your route (alternative     “Browse as images”route, adding waypoints, etc.) select       Th...
guidance (3/4)                                                                     “Avoid roadblock”                      ...
guidance (4/4)  Destination:                                              9:13am     Main Menu 2 of 3                     ...
Find alternative  Main Menu 1 of 3                                               Find alternative                         ...
Traffic information (1/3)                                                                         1        2              ...
Traffic information (2/3)Traffic information can include:                                                                 ...
Traffic information (3/3)“Traffic preferences”                                             Symbol     Meaning          Sym...
Browse map (1/2)                                                                                              “Options”   ...
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
Gps carminCar Lease in Europe - Drivers HandBook - Renault USAat  tomtom manual
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  1. 1. CARMINAT TOMTOM® DRIVER’S HANDBOOK
  2. 2. Precautions during use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2General description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 General description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Introduction to the controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Swivel screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 SD card: use, initialisation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Switching on/off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Guided tours. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Operating principles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Volume and voice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Reading a map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17Preparing a route. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Enter a destination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Guidance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Find alternative. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Traffic information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Browse map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30LIVE Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32Add and manage favourites. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34Help me! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36Radar menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37Image viewer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39Reversing camera. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40System settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41Updating the system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47Operating faults. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 1
  3. 3. Precautions during useIt is essential to follow the precautions below when using the system, both in the interest of safety and to prevent material damage.You must always comply with the laws of the country in which you are travelling. Precautions when operating the system – perate the controls and read the information on the screen only when road conditions allow. O – Set the volume to a reasonable level so that outside noise can be heard. Precautions regarding navigation – Use of the navigation system does not in any way replace the responsibility or vigilance of the driver when driving the vehi- cle. – Depending on the geographical area, the map on the SD card may not have the latest information on new roads. Be alert. In all cases, Road Traffic Regulations and road signs always take precedence over the directions of the navigation system. Precautions concerning the equipment – Do not attempt to dismantle or modify the system, as there is a risk of damage to equipment and fire. – Contact a representative of the manufacturer in the event of malfunction and for all operations involving disassembly. – Do not insert foreign objects or a damaged or dirty SD card into the reader. – Allows clean your screen with a microfibre cloth or a soft, moistened cloth. – Use an SD card which is suitable for your navigation system. The description of the models given in this manual is based on the specifications at the time of writing. This manual covers all existing functions for the models described. Whether or not they are fitted depends on the equipment model, options selected and the country where it is sold. This manual may also contain information about functions to be introduced later in the year.2
  4. 4. GENERAL DESCRIPTION (1/3)The navigation system Note: after moving a long distance If these services are available in yourThe navigation system calculates your without driving (ferry, rail freight), the country, the Live Services icon willposition and guides you using data: system may take several minutes to appear on the navigation screen. adjust before retuning to normal opera-– vehicle speed and information from tion. the gyro (measuring the vehicle di- Navigation assistance rection); function– the digital map; The digital map The system suggests a route to your The digital map contains the road maps chosen destination using:– the GPS receiver; and town maps that the system re- quires. This is found on the SD card. – its road map (on the SD card);– the subscription-only Live Services. – the positioning sensors which esti-Note: when using the vehicle for the mate your location even if the GPSfirst time, the speed information and LIVE services signals are lost;the gyro will be undergoing final cali- These include road safety alerts, HDbration. It is therefore normal that the Traffic™, local search with Google™ – information from the traffic informa-system does not provide a very precise and the weather forecast. At the end tion service (depending on country);location until the vehicles has travelled of the 3-month trial period, you can – road safety information (speedingaround fifty kilometres and undertaken extend your subscription on-line via warning, speed limit zone);about forty pronounced corners. TomTom HOME™ (refer to the section on System updates). – HD Traffic™, from subscription to Live Services.The GPS receiver Note: these services require a sub- scription, and use an inaccessible SIM Finally, it indicates the route to take,The navigation system uses GPS satel- card integrated into the navigation step by step, using the display screenlites (Global Positioning System) orbit- system. and voice messages.ing around Earth.The GPS receiver receives signalstransmitted from several satellites. Thesystem can then locate the position ofthe vehicle. 3
  5. 5. GENERAL DESCRIPTION (2/3) A B D E F G I Estimation of the distance and time remaining before you reach your destination and the arrival time J Exterior temperature Preferences 1 of 5 A2/E35 Utrecht 6:47 K Current location Marc Bloch L Audio information (depending on the Use night Show POI Safety pref- vehicle) colors on map erences 30 Avenue Léon 300 metres Note: you can return to the map screen 14 km 4.5 km at any time by pressing the “MAP- Voice prefer- ences Turn off sound Manage Favorites 0:05h 2D/3D button on the remote control or 6:52 Avenue du Golf the central control. LW 10245 66 RDS-AF 26°C If you have just modified a parameter, remember to confirm it using the soft C L K J I H buttons before returning to the map screen.Displays Map screenMenu screen D Navigation maps E Indication of the next navigation in-A Menu name struction (road sign)B Name of the function or sub-menu F Traffic information G ClockC Menu page scroll bar H Instructions for navigation and dis-Note: a menu may contain several tance to next change of directionscreen pages.4
  6. 6. GENERAL DESCRIPTION (3/3) M N M N 6:47 6:47 RADIO FM 102.45 66 300 metres FM 102.45 RADIO 1 6 300 metres 4.5 km 4.5 km 0:05h 0:05h 6:52 6:52 News Traffic 26°C Traffic 26°C P O P OAudio display Audio screenWhen you use your audio system to M Source currently in use (Radio, CD,modify a source or change the audio etc.)parameters, the audio information ap- N Preset station.pears in full screen mode. O Information on the current track orWhen the operations are completed, the station.audio screen closes again, the audio in- P Additional information on radio mes-formation is displayed on band  P and sages and services (I news…) andthe navigation screen reappears. the CD play mode (Random) Depending on the vehicle, the radio display appears either on the navi- For more information, refer to the gation screen or on the dashboard manual for your audio system. screen. 5
  7. 7. introduction to the controls (1/2)Central control Function 1 Soft buttons Select and confirm 1 1 2 Access the Traffic information (short press), accessing 2 INFO/ROUTE the programmed route summary (long press). BACK10 Rotate: – move vertically and horizontally through the menus; INFO MAP 2D/3D ROUTE – modify the scale (ZOOM mode). Shift (up, down, right, left): 3 Rotary button – move vertically or horizontally through the menus; DEST MENU – move around the map. HOME SET Press: REPEAT MUTE LIGHT DARK – confirm; – display the quick menu. 9 8 7 6 5 3 Access the full navigation system menu (short press)/ 5 MENU/SET the system settings (long press). Change the brightness of the screen (short press) 6 LIGHT/DARK or activate the standby screen to hide the map (long press). Repeats the instruction (short press), deactivates the 7 REPEAT/MUTE voice guidance (long press). Access the “Navigate to...” menu (short press), navi- 8 DEST/HOME gate to your home (long press). Note: depending on the vehicle, the From a menu: displays the map 9 MAP-2D/3D system has either a central control From the map: switches the map to 2D/3D mode. or a remote control. 10 BACK Back to previous screen.6
  8. 8. introduction to the controls (2/2)Remote control Function 1 Soft buttons Select and confirm A Shift (up, down, right, left): – move vertically or horizontally through the menu; – move around the map. 4 4 Remote control Press the central button: – confirm; – displays the quick menu. 1 1 5 MENU Accesses the full navigation system menu. 10 From a menu: displays the map 9 MAP-2D/3D From the map: switches the map to 2D/3D mode. 9 5 10 BACK Back to previous screen. Note: to connect your remote con- Note: depending on the vehicle, the trol more quickly, press one of the system has either a central control remote control buttons when the or a remote control. system starts, before the legal no- tices appear. LED A on the remote control flashes once your navigation system is con- Store the remote control in its hous- nected to it. To replace the batteries, ing, away from sunlight, to ensure refer to the section entitled “Remote Note: the remote control unit does control: batteries”. not have press and hold functions. the batteries are not damaged. 7
  9. 9. swivel screenDefinition Manipulation Push the screen on the left or right to swivel it.Depending on the vehicle, your navi- To avoid any mistakes with the vehiclegation screen can be turned to the left trajectory and/or accidents, it is recom-and right to ensure it can be read with mended that the screen is moved whenthe utmost comfort under any circum- the vehicle is stationary.stances.8
  10. 10. SD card: use, initialisation (1/2)SD cardAn SD card is supplied with the navi-gation system. It includes, among other echt 6:47things, a map of your country or groupof countries.Updates are regularly issued, in partic- Léon 300 metresular for maps and fixed safety cameras. 4.5km 14They are only available for download km 0.05hby inserting your navigation system’s 6:52SD card into a computer which is con- RDS-AF 26°Cnected to the internet.Once your new vehicle has been de-livered, you will have a maximum of60 days in which to update the map forfree. Once this time has elapsed, youwill need to pay for updates. To update your system and your map, refer to the section entitled “System update” in your user manual. Only use an SD card which is com- patible with your vehicles naviga- tion system. Only use your SD card for operat- ing and updating your navigation Remember to back up the data on system. Do not insert any other the SD card regularly. Refer to the You can also download maps cover- device (camera, portable GPS, section entitled “System update” in ing more countries than your origi- etc.), or in another vehicle. your user manual. nal map (e.g. Western Europe). 9
  11. 11. SD card: use, initialisation (2/2) 6:47 A echt Main Menu 2 of 3 Léon 300 metres Cancel route Browse map Map correc- tions 4.5km 14 km 0.05h 6:52 Add Favorite View route Remove SD RDS-AF 26°C card BInserting the SD card Removing the SD cardSwitch off the ignition to switch off the From the main menu, select “Removenavigation system and insert the SD SD card”, then confirm using the right-card B in slot A. hand soft button. A message informsNote: do not insert the SD card in an- you when you can remove the SD card.other vehicle. To remove the SD card from slot  A, press on the card, then release it. The card is released a few millimetres. Pull the card to remove it completely. The SD card is fragile; do not bend it. Insert it the right way round, as shown in the diagram.10
  12. 12. Switching on/offSwitching on Hiding the mapThe multimedia system switches on au- (depending on the vehicle)tomatically when the ignition is switched From the quick menu, the “Hide Map”on. button switches off the display screen.In other cases, press the On/Off button Only the map and the instructions areon your audio system. hidden. The audible warnings for cam-Press the On/Off button on your audio 12:00 eras and the voice guidance instruc- tions remain active, as does the audiosystem to make the multimedia systemrun for an extra 20 minutes. information from the radio. 24°C Press and hold the “LIGHT/DARK button on your central control.Switching off Pressing any of the keys will switch theWith the ignition off, the system is deac- screen back on.tivated automatically when the driver’sdoor is opened. Exterior temperature/clock Resetting the systemWith the ignition on, press the On/Offbutton on your audio system. With the ignition on, press the On/ To reset all the system parameters and/ Off button on your audio system. The or delete all personal data, use the system then stops the guidance and “MENU/SET button to access the main displays a simple clock screen (and the menu and select Change preferences” temperature, depending on the vehi- then “Reset factory settings”, then cle). follow the instructions on the screen using the soft buttons. 11
  13. 13. Guided tours (1/2) “Planning preferences” This tutorial teaches you how to use the “Planning preferences” menu. Main Menu 3 of 3 15:15 Guided tours 1 of 2 A B 16:30 “Itinerary planning” Photo gallery Itinerary plan- ning Prepare route Central control Driving view Menu op- tions This tutorial teaches you how to use the “Itinerary planning” menu. ? Status Information Help me! Guided tours Browse Planning pref- Itinerary map erences planningGuided tours “Driving view”Your navigation system offers you tuto- This tutorial will teach you about the dif-rials so that you can quickly become fa- ferent areas of your navigation screenmiliar with the different functions: and the best way to use them.“Central Control operation” or “Menu options”“Remote control” This tutorial teaches you about theThis tutorial will teach you to use the menus for the main functions.central control and the remote controlfor your navigation system. “Browse map” This tutorial teaches you how to use the “Browse map” menu.12
  14. 14. Guided tours (2/2) “TomTom HOME” This tutorial teaches you how to use the “TomTom HOME™” application. Guided tours 2 of 2 “LIVE services” Traffic infor- mation Warnings and Quick menu This tutorial teaches you how to use the notifications “LIVE services” menu. LIVE TomTom HOME LIVE serv- ices“Traffic information”This tutorial teaches you how to use the“Traffic info” menu.“Warnings and notifications”This tutorial teaches you about the dif-ferent notices and information whichappear on the navigation screen.“Quick menu”This tutorial teaches you how to use the“Quick menu” menu. 13
  15. 15. operating principles (1/2)Central control Remote control 1 2 1 A 5 BACK 6 9:13am A 4 B 15 sec B MAP 2D/3D INFO ROUTE 7 1 2 3 4 5 1 1 6 7 8 9 0 DEST MENU HOME SET 2 Done REPEAT LIGHT MUTE DARK C D 3Navigating a menu Confirming/cancelling a Shortcuts selection From the navigation map, some but-Central control tons on your remote control unit have Always confirm the selection by press-– Turn rotary switch  3 for vertical or ing  3 or  7. To return to the previous shortcuts giving direct access to menus horizontal movement (movement  A menu, press 2. and functions. or B); 4 Zoom,– push 3 to move vertically or horizon- tally (movement A or B). Special features of the 6 Info Menu. remote controlRemote control From the navigation map: Soft buttonsPress buttons  5 to move vertically orhorizontally (movement A or B). – the left soft button can be used to Soft buttons  1 (ṅ and Ṅ ) are repeat the voice instruction; used to select or confirm an action or – the right soft button can be used to selection C or D which appears at the display the programmed route sum- bottom of the screen. mary.14
  16. 16. operating principles (2/2) Description of the menus Using these menus, and depending on whether you have a central control or a Quick menu Quick menu remote control, you can quickly access the following menus: Disable voice Use night colors Report safety camera Disable voice Use night colors Report safety camera - Day/night colours: daytime/night- 13:22 time display; - Report safety camera: reports the 13:22 Hide Map Cancel route Mark location of map error Hide Map Brightness prefer- Cancel route presence of a mobile or fixed speed ences camera; - Cancel route: stops the guidance in progress; - Mark location of map error: flags an error on the map; - Disable/activate voice: switchesQuick menu for vehicles with Quick menu for vehicles with the guidance instructions on/off;central control remote control - Hide map: hides the map; - Brightness preferences: selectsFrom the navigation map, you can From the navigation map, you can the brightness of your navigationaccess the quick menu directly by access the quick menu directly by system depending on the brightnesspressing on the centre button of your pressing on the centre button of your of the light outside.central control. remote control. 15
  17. 17. Volume and VOICE Selecting a voice Your system allows you to select either a synthesised or human voice. This Preferences 1 of 5 Speech preferences 15:15 voice is used to give the voice instruc- tions. Use night colors Show POI on map Safety pref- erences Change voice Disable voice To modify the voice used by your navi- gation system, from the main menu, select “Change preferences” then Speech pref- erences Turn off sound Manage Favorites Speech preferences “Speech preferences” and “Change voice”. Selecting a voice from the list. Synthesised voices Synthesised voices are generated by your navigation system. They give you verbal instructions while you are driv-Volume Deactivating the sound ing. They can give road directions, traf- To turn off the sound, in the main menu, fic sign information, etc.Changing the volume select “Change preferences”, or fromTo change the volume, use the audio the quick menu on the remote control Recorded human voicessystem volume control during a voice by pressing the centre button, then The human voices are recorded by aninstruction. If the instruction is too quick, “Turn off sound”. actor or actress.you can repeat it using the “REPEAT/ To turn the sound back on, select the Note: the human voices only give youMUTE button on your central control “Turn on sound” heading. simplified guidance instructions.unit, or use the left soft button on yourremote control. Deactivating the voiceRefer to your audio system’s handbook. To deactivate the guidance instructions, press and hold the “REPEAT/MUTE button on the central control or select Change preferences” then “Disable voice”16
  18. 18. reading a map G Information about your journey, such K A B C D E as remaining distance, journey time and arrival time. Note: to select what will be shown, A2/E35 Utrecht 6:47 select Change preferences” in the A2/E35 Utrecht 6:47 Marc Bloch main menu, then Status bar prefer- Marc Bloch ences”. 30 Avenue Léon 300 metres H Audio system information. 30 Avenue Léon 300 metres 14 4.5 km I Current location. 14 4.5 km J Sign giving the speed limit (the speed km km 0:05h 0:05h Avenue du Golf 6:52 given depends on the unit chosen). Avenue du Golf 6:52 LW 10245 66 RDS-AF 26°C Note: the sign turns red and flashes LW 10245 66 RDS-AF 26°C if you drive faster than the speed limit L J I H G F Colour codes The roads are displayed differently de-Map key pending on the type of carriageway. Map iconsA Warning of the next risk area with The navigation system uses icons K to You have the option to change the col- the related distance (fixed or mobile display points of interest (POI). ours: in the main menu (MENU button), safety camera, school, etc.). select Change preferences” thenB Name of the next major road or road “Change map colors”. Compass sign information, if applicable.C Traffic sidebar: display of incidents To display or remove the compass  L, on the route, traffic info reception in- from the main menu (button “MENU”), dicator. select “Change preferences”, thenD Current time. “Show compass”.E Distance to and indication of next change of direction.F Exterior temperature (depending on the vehicle). 17
  19. 19. entering a destination (1/4) – select the “Home”; – select an address from the “Favorite” 1 2 section; – select a destination from the loca- Main Menu 1 of 3 tions in the “Recent destination” sec- Ville : Vers Vers (Haute-Savoie) Formation tion; 3, passage Mongallet Fontenay S/ Vers (Lot) France Navigate to... Find alternative HD Traffic – select an address from the “Point of A B C D E F G H I Interest” (POI) section; J K L M N O P Q R LIVE – select a “Point on map”; S T U V W X Y Z 123 Change pref- erences LIVE services Safety Alerts – select a “Latitude” or “Longitude”. Current position: X Done Entering a “New address” This item allows you to enter all or part 3 of the address: country, city, street and house number.“Navigate to...” menu Note: only addresses known to the press the “Done” button to confirmPress the “MENU button to access the the city highlighted in yellow. system through the digital map are au-Navigate to...” menu. – access the full list corresponding to thorised. your search by selecting arrow 2 toThe “Navigate to...” menu offers you When using for the first time: the right of the list.several ways to enter a destination: – select the desired city and confirm.– enter an address from the “Address” – select the destination country. – enter the name of the required city – proceed in the same way for “Street” section using one of the following and “No.”. methods: using cursor 3. – entering a full address (City and The system may suggest several Note: the system stores previously en- street); cities in zone 1, the first line is always tered cities in its memory. You can di- – searching by “Zip Code”; highlighted in yellow. rectly select one of these cities by se- – selecting a “City center”; lecting zone 1. – selecting a “Crossing or intersec- tion”.18
  20. 20. entering a destination (2/4) Navigate to... 1 of 2 Navigate to... 1 of 2 Navigate to... 1 of 2 Home Favorite Address Home Favorite Address Home Favorite Address Google Google Google Recent Local Search Point of Recent Local Search Point of Recent Local Search Point of destina- Interest destina- Interest destina- Interest tion tion tion“Home” – In the main menu, select the heading “Recent destination” “Navigate to...”.This box allows you to navigate to your – Select “Favorite” and confirm. This item enables you to select a des-home and you can activate it from the – Select the required destination ad- tination from the list of addresses lastcentral control by pressing and holding dress in the list of stored addresses. used. These are automatically stored.the “DEST/HOME button. – Confirm. In the main menu, select the headingTo save your home address, refer to the “Navigate to...” and then “Recent des-section on “Add and manage favour- To save a destination as a favour- tination”.ites” in your manual. ite, refer to the section on “Add and manage favourites” in your manual. From the list of stored destinations, select an address then confirm this ad-“Favorite” Note: the “Favourite” icon will be dress as the destination. greyed out if you do not have any desti-The “Favorite” section contains the fa- nations stored.vourite stored destinations and favour-ites such as your place of work. 19
  21. 21. entering a destination (3/4) Navigate to... 1 of 2 POI category: Navigate to... 1 of 2 Nightlife Airport Home Favorite Address Home Favorite Address Rest area Embassy Google Google Government office Recent Local Search Point of Recent Local Search Point of destina- Interest Library destina- Interest tion tion Find“Point of Interest” (POI) Search by POI name “Local Search” with Enter the name of the POI that you wish Google™A point of interest (POI) is a service, to find and the system will automaticallyestablishment or tourist area close to a search for the point of interest. This service allows you to use a key-location (start point, destination city, en word to quickly find any point of inter-route, etc.). POIs are classed in differ- Search by POI category est and then make it a destination. Itent categories, e.g. restaurants, muse- Select your desired category type. gives you quick access to the Google™ums, car parks, etc. Choose the area you require: “POI near database, which contains the most up-There are several options to find a point you”, “POI in city” or “POI near Home”. to-date information on companies andof interest: Enter a city name and start the search services, including their addresses, tel-– category, by selecting “Done”. ephone numbers, and ratings from in-– the name of the desired POI. ternet users.In the main menu, select the heading Note: this icon is only displayed if you“Navigate to...” then “Point of Interest” have a subscription in the country whereand confirm. the LIVE Services are available (refer to the section on “LIVE Services”).20
  22. 22. entering a destination (4/4) At the end of the calculation, the system displays the navigation summary and suggests two options: – “Details” enables you to see details Navigate to... 2 of 2 SEVRES LIVE of the journey in various forms (refer LE CHESNAY Avenue Roger-Salengro Chaville to the information on “Route informa- CHAVILLE tion” in the “Guidance” section). 0:13 h VIROFLAY – “Done”, guidance starts. Point on map Latitude Longitude GO 9.4 km Note: if you do not confirm, this page IQ Routes 20 mai, 9:50 will close after ten seconds and guid- Details Done ance will start automatically. Note: “ IQ Routes™ is a function which optimises the journey time using statis- tical data and allows routes to be calcu- lated according to the average level of“Point on map” “Latitude Longitude” traffic for the given day and time.This function allows you to define a This function allows you to define a To activate or deactivate this function,destination from the map. In the main destination using latitude and longitude refer to the information on “Planningmenu, select “Navigate to...” then values. preferences” in the “System settings”“Point on map” using the buttons on the sectionremote control or the rotary button on To plan a journey in advance, refer tothe central control. Confirming the destination the section entitled “Entering a destina-From the central control or the remote Once the destination information has tion” in your user manual.control, move around the map to po- been entered, the system calculatessition the cursor on your destination, the route. By default, it is calculatedthen confirm: the system calculates the using the fastest route.route. Note: the calculation criteria can be modified in the parameters. 21
  23. 23. guidance (1/4) 9:13am A2 A67 D27 E34 9:57 A2/E35 Utrecht 6:47 View route Venlo Browse as Browse as Browse 300 text images map of route 30 metres 4.5 km 14 51.7km 14 km km 0:05h Show route Demo Show route summary Show traffic on route 0:42h 6:52 10:39 LW 10245 66 RDS-AF 26°C Find alternativeLane images Guidance screens Route informationWhen approaching a road change (on Intersection map This function allows you to view yourmajor roads), the system may switch to route before guidance begins.“Show lane images” mode: a 3D image During guidance, before each change of direction, the system will gradually Select “Details” after having entered aprovides a close-up view of the junction destination. Guidance will begin.with a turn arrow and road signs. zoom into the junction. To deactivate automatic zooming mode, Six choices will be given:To deactivate the lane guidance, referto the section on “System settings”. refer to the section entitled “Change – “Browse as text”, preferences” – “Browse as images”, – “Browse map of route”, – “Show route Demo”, – “Show route summary”, – “Show traffic on route”.22
  24. 24. guidance (2/4)Note: to change your route (alternative “Browse as images”route, adding waypoints, etc.) select This function allows you to see changes“Find alternative” using the left soft in direction as images.button. LIVE “Browse map of route” SEVRES“Browse as text” Avenue Roger-Salengro Trafic sur le parcours This function makes it possible to view LE CHESNAY Chaville Pas de trafic sur le parco...This function makes it possible to view the map of the route. CHAVILLE 0:13 hthe route plan. VIROFLAY GO + Radars 9.4 km 0 fixe sur le parcoursSeveral details of the route will appear: “Show route Demo” IQ Routes– direction change arrows, This function makes it possible to view 20 mai, 9:50 Details Done a demonstration of the route. You can– road types, select the speed of the demonstration.– road names, “Show route summary”– miles/kilometres before a fork. This function is used to return to the previous screen. The details of the jour- “Show traffic on route” ney time, the miles and the type of jour- This function gives you an overview of ney (“IQ Routes™ activated/deacti- all the traffic incidents affecting your vated) are displayed. journey. Note: to access this page directly from Once subscribed, the Live tab allows the navigation map, use the right soft you to view the details of your jour- button on the remote control or, from ney (delays caused by traffic, fixed and the central control, the “INFO/ROUTE mobile safety cameras). button. 23
  25. 25. guidance (3/4) “Avoid roadblock” “Recalculate original” Select this menu if you see a road- Select this menu to return to the origi- block or a line of traffic ahead which nal route. Find alternative 9:13am was not indicated by the “Traffic info” service. You then have to choose how much of the route ahead you want to Calculate alter- Avoid road- Travel via... native block avoid. Choose from the different op- tions: Avoid 100m, Avoid 500m, Avoid 2000m, Avoid 5000m. Your system will Recalculate original Avoid part of route Minimize traffic recalculate your route avoiding the sec- tion of the route for the distance you se- delays Destination: lected. “Travel via...” Select this menu to change your route so that it goes via a particular location,Alter route perhaps to pick someone up on theTo alter your route, from the main menu, way. You choose the location you wantselect “Find alternative” then one of the to pass though the same way as youfollowing options. choose a destination. So you can select from all the same options: Address,“Calculate alternative” Favorite, Point of Interest and Point onSelect this menu to calculate an alter- map. Your system will calculate a newnative to the route already planned. route to your destination that passesYour system will look for another route through the location you chose.from your current location to your des-tination.24
  26. 26. guidance (4/4) Destination: 9:13am Main Menu 2 of 3 Cancel route Browse map Map correc- Calculate alter- Avoid road- Travel via... native block tions Add View route Remove SD Favorite card Recalculate Avoid part of Minimize original route traffic delays Destination:“Avoid part of route” Deactivating guidanceSelect this menu to avoid a part of the To stop guidance when in progress, inroute. Use this option if you see that the main menu (MENU/SET button),your route includes a road or a junction select Cancel route” and confirm.that you wish to avoid. Then, choose To resume guidance, select “Navigatethe road that you wish to avoid from the to...”, then “Recent destination”.list of roads on your route. Note: to stop guidance, from the cen-“Minimize traffic delays” tral control or the remote control, press the centre button then “Cancel route”.Select this menu for your system toplan your route based on the latest traf-fic information. 25
  27. 27. Find alternative Main Menu 1 of 3 Find alternative Travel via... Navigate to... Find alternative HD Traffic Calculate alter- Avoid roadblock Travel via... Home Favorite Address native LIVE Google Change pref- LIVE services Safety Alerts Minimise Recent Local Search Point of Interest erences Show route Avoid part of destina- summary route delays tion Current position: Current position: Current position:Itinerary with waypoints The system calculates the route taking To access the menu, from the main the detour into account. menu (MENU/SETbutton), selectTo add waypoints to your route, press Prepare route”.“MENU/SET in the main menu, select Note: you can add several waypointsFind alternative”, “Travel via...”, then to your route. Select a starting point in the same wayenter the waypoint address. as you would select your destination. Planning a route in advance Select a destination. You can use your navigation system to Choose the type of route, then confirm. plan journeys in advance by selecting The system plans the route and allows both your starting point and your des- you to view the details. tination. For example, to find out how long a journey is going to take before you start, or to check the route of a jour- ney you are planning.26
  28. 28. Traffic information (1/3) 1 2 Display A The “Traffic info” function The navigation system indicates traffic Main Menu 1 of 3 B incidents: – by displaying symbols on the map Navigate to... Find alternative Traffic C (list of icons at the end of the sec- tion); – with voice messages. LIVE 14 D Change prefer- ences LIVE services Safety Alerts km 14 km Depending on the operating status of Current position: E the “Traffic info” service, the following icons are displayed on the traffic side- bar: F A Your device is searching for an FM station broadcasting traffic informa- tion.The “Traffic info” service The traffic bar B Traffic information is up-to-date or“Traffic info” is a service available on The side traffic bar displayed in guid- being updated.your navigation system which allows ance mode, shows the latest traffic in- C Traffic information has not been up-you to receive up-to-date traffic infor- formation for your route. dated for at least 9 minutes.mation from the best local sources. Note: the traffic sidebar differs depend- D Traffic information has not been up-The traffic info service uses TMC in- ing on the source used. Bar 1 with the dated for at least 14 minutes.formation transmitted on the FM band. LIVE Services connected. E Traffic information has not been up-This service flags up events as points Bar  2 if the RDS-TMC source is con- dated for at least 19 minutes.on the map and covers major roads. It nected. F Traffic information has not been up-is updated approximately every 15 min- Note: please see the “LIVE Services” dated for at least 24 minutes.utes. chapter for more information about theNote: the menu title is “HD Traffic™ “HD Traffic™ service.depending on the LIVE Services used. The availability of the “Traffic Info” service varies according to country. 27
  29. 29. Traffic information (2/3)Traffic information can include: “Show traffic on route”– accidents and incidents, Select this menu to see an overview of– traffic volumes, all traffic incidents on your route. You– roadworks, TomTom HD Traffic can use the left and right buttons on the– weather conditions, resulting screen to see more detailed– general information, Minimise Show traffic on Browse information about each of these inci-– lane closures. delays route map dents. Traffic preferences Read aloud traffic info “Browse map” This menu enables you to explore the map and keep up-to-date with the traf- fic situation in your area. To access the map, in the main menu select “Traffic”, then “Browse map”. The map displays in the last location shown. For informa- “Traffic info” configuration tion relating to the incidents shown on menu the map, select the incident using the right and left buttons, then confirm. Manage the “Traffic info” service To manage “Traffic info” service infor- Note: to access an area you are mation on the main menu (“MENU/ searching for more quickly, add it to SET button), select Traffic”. The sub- your favourites (refer to the section en- menus will appear. titled “Browse map”.) “Minimise delays” Select this option to alter your journey based on the latest traffic information.28
  30. 30. Traffic information (3/3)“Traffic preferences” Symbol Meaning Symbol MeaningTo access this menu, select “Traffic” inthe main menu button “MENU/SET,then Traffic preferences”.  Accident  Heavy rainThe following preferences can bechanged:– Automatically minimise delays  Traffic jams  Snow after every traffic update. To select your preference, tick the box to the right of your choice using the cen- One or more tral confirmation button. Once your  closed roads  Strong wind, storm choice has been selected, select “Done” with the soft button.– Beep when traffic situation on  Road closed  Fog route changes. Your device beeps when a new traffic incident occurs on your current route.  Traffic incident  Ice Note: by default, the beep is deacti- vated.  Road works“Read aloud traffic info”Select this menu for your device to readall traffic incidents aloud on your route. 29
  31. 31. Browse map (1/2) “Options” Access the option from the map browser. This menu allows you to select 1 2 3 4km Map detail preferences 9:13am the information that you wish to see on SEVRES Show Points of Interest your browser. LE CHESNAY Favorites CHAVILLE To change the display preferences for VIROFLAY Traffic points of interest (POI), press left soft Images button (POI). Names To confirm your selection, select the GO Coordinates Find Options/Zoom POI Done right soft button (Done). ATo browse the map, press “MENU/SET Note: soft button  A changes depend-in the main menu, select Browse map” ing on the type of navigation control.or use one of the direction buttons on If you have a central control, the rightthe control from the navigation view. soft button accesses the options. If you have a remote control, the right soft button zooms using the up and down keys. In this case, to access the op- tions, press the centre button, then the right soft button.30
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