Question about Tomtom ONE 3RD EDITION GPS Receiver
Lots of the streets in the map for my city are actually dead-end streets. The GPS doesn't realize this.
Any easy way to change these streets?
You can add in a mapful of congestion/construction warnings for the existing map, using a CF card and some street & map program. Just use a generic prefix for the congestion so you can tell it's your note.
You should definitely send feedback to Garmin about how the streets end (maybe linking to a Flickr group full of pictures of how the streets are not passable,) so that they can update their maps. Speaking of that, you can also check that you have the current 'firmware' (and maps) for your city with their update tools.
What city did they not get good satellite photos of? Lucerne?
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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