Go Professional 6250

Discussion in 'Maps and Routing' started by Leslie660, Jul 10, 2019.

  1. Leslie660


    Jul 10, 2019
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    TomTom Model(s):
    go professional 6250
    I got this GPS, and I just figured out the map missed the Austria "night speed limit" for trucks (80 kmh to 60 kmh) [22:00-5:00] !
    Is there a map version what has this limit when I use the heavy truck mode, or it is possible the Tomtom missed this
    thing completely? Thank you for answers! Leslie!
    Leslie660, Jul 10, 2019
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  2. Leslie660

    dhn Moderator

    Oct 1, 2007
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    Toronto Canada
    TomTom Model(s):
    1535 LIVE; Via 1605; Go 50; Go 520
    Not sure whether the truck map does include night time limit changes. Maybe support knows:

    069 6680 0915
    Mo: 09:00 - 17:30
    Di - Fr: 09:00 - 16:30
    dhn, Jul 10, 2019
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  3. Leslie660

    canderson Moderator

    Dec 28, 2007
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    Colorado, USA
    TomTom Model(s):
    GO720, GO740TM Live, GO 1535 Live, Via 1535, Via 1605, GO 52, GO 600, GO 620, GO 630, TomTom Bridge
    I do know that it does not include such time sensitive information here in my area of the U.S. In fact, I do not believe that even the NDS maps include time sensitive information of any kind as yet. That includes time sensitive turn information and time sensitive lane direction information. It's something we have hoped for for quite a long time.

    While knowing speed at a particular time would certainly be useful, having the routing engine sending you into wrong routes based upon time is an even bigger problem. A long time ago, I recall that one of the benefits of the NDS map format was the ability to embed that kind of information, but I sure haven't seen it yet.

    And yes, I am using two different devices with truck maps, but the problem exists for all vehicle types out here in the real world.
    canderson, Jul 10, 2019
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