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I need commericial routes.

I work in a service job. I drive a commercial van. I cannot go on all the roads. I need a commercial route map.

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Go to www.tomtom.com and look for POI (points of interest) download these and get your divice to flag them. There are loads to chose from. It is true that they are only good if up-to-daye but most people use their device daily. If you can join map-share there too, it will allow you to correct map errors along with other users.

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I am sorry to inform you that the program you are using does not specify between personal vehicles or commercial vehicles.

This unit was created for use in personal cars and trucks without taking RV's into consideration. Pioneer should have thought about this when they designed the program, because I am sure you are not the only person who has ever put one in an RV.

I checked the service manual and found no reference to anything about commercial use and routes.

I guess you will have to pay very close attention to the signs on the road that display the clearance of low overpasses. There is a good chance that any route you may take will have a sign posted with the clearance and with enough time to be able to make any needed adjustments in your route.

Good luck, be safe, and if there is anything else I can assist you with don't hesitate to ask. I am hear if you need me. I work at an authorized Pioneer repair center, so I have access to just about everything Pioneer makes available.

Just so you know, if your unit ever needs service, this is one of very few that Pioneer does not authorize any of there authorized service centers to repair under warranty. They must be shipped to Pioneer, no exceptions. If it is not under warranty, anyplace can work on them, but it might be difficult getting some of the parts.

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