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How do I recd instructions to proceed to route

I have entered the destination route and then the screen indicated that it is processing the info, I am prompted with "proceed to route: is there another button to select?

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Re: How do I recd instructions to proceed to route

"proceed to route:" means that the road you are now on is not part of the maps installed. You can get this when in a Mall parking lot or a new home sub division.

Simply put the GPS is saying to you, "I don't know how to get to a road I know from here so you need to get to it yourself once we are on a known road I'll start giving you directions"

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