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We just got back from a extended RV trip driving 30 foot RV with a clearance of 12 feet. on three occasions the rout chosen b the gps took us into some really tight situations. is there any way of letting the system know the size of the vehicle we are driving?????

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I know with Magellan GPS you can buy a pogram for Trucks/RV's for $ 149.00 that lets you input weight, height etc. maybe on Tomtom's website they have something like this available. Sorry not to be able to help you more.

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