Go Superior Green Route Option

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I have just driven all the way from the UK to the South of France using my Go Superior for navigation.
I have had no problem with the TomTom over the 1000 miles I have driven, and although it was connected to my IPhone for the whole journey it used very little data.

However on the last part of the trip going into Antibes we were stuck in a traffic jam, when all of a sudden a Green -7 minutes popped up on the display with what looked like another route option.
As I had never seen this before I ignored it as I didn’t know what to do.
Any ideas?
 
The device found a quicker route based upon changing traffic conditions. If you touch the green dot in the route bar on the right, you will see additional info. You can accept the change if you like it.
 
Thanks canderson, as that was the first time I had seen it as I previously mentioned I ignored it.
On my previous TomTom if I remember correctly it actually spoke and said there was an alternative route, and did I want to take it.
Has this option now gone?
 
Is voice control enabled?
Also look at the route calculation if route recalculation is enabled (manual, automatic or none).
 
I have just driven all the way from the UK to the South of France using my Go Superior for navigation.
I have had no problem with the TomTom over the 1000 miles I have driven, and although it was connected to my IPhone for the whole journey it used very little data.

However on the last part of the trip going into Antibes we were stuck in a traffic jam, when all of a sudden a Green -7 minutes popped up on the display with what looked like another route option.
As I had never seen this before I ignored it as I didn’t know what to do.
Any ideas?
When you see the Green icon, asking If you want a faster route,simply, decide to accept it, clicking on it.
 

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