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Debbie, connect TomTom to your computer and use the Explorer to find a file called ttgo.bif on your TomTom, open file with notepad and you can see the serial number. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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Hi yes you can but with GPS units its kinda funky for example on my TOMTOM I have to enter US route 59. On my wife's Garmin you have to enter it as Illinois state route 59 and on my moms Magellan it goes in completely different.
Most destinations and even points of interest can be found but it often takes as long as 5 minutes to figure out how to input the info.
An example for instance in my area I have looked up Fox Valley Mall but on Magellans unit it only shows up as Westfield Fox valley, I have lived here 20 years where did the Westfield come from?
Something I have done in the past is select "find intersection" and then enter a street that I know intersects with the Highway I am looking for and then check to see how the GPS recognizes it.
Map updates are at the mercy of governments from the state level on down to the local municipality at the village level and as such a new street may not be added to the states map updates for a year or more. Your best solution is to contact the state department of transportation and inquire about the status of the update of the states road map and to contact your gps units manufacturer about the same.
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I would call tomtom and see if they can send you a new battery sounds like it might be bad,is the green light showing that's it charging?if so and the battery isn't holding a charge I would call them and say that it went bad about 2 months ago.Good luck