Go5000 European Borders

Discussion in 'Maps and Routing' started by Jaykay101, May 3, 2016.

  1. Jaykay101


    May 3, 2016
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    TomTom Model(s):
    TT One & TT5000
    No speech notification of . . . . . .
    Pleased that a trip through 10 European countries showed the device to work without fault and if watching the screen the borders are shown when you cross them (with a very feint line).
    However, I don't drive with one eye on the screen but listen to the speech in the main. And that is what is annoying - when crossing or about to cross a border there is no warning or notification whatsoever, so one crosses from country to country without being aware of the crossing point - especially on minor roads where often there is no signage.
    This I believe is a major flaw. Motoring regulations are not the same in every country and there is a need to know when a border is crossed.
    A colleagues sat nav device from a different manufacturer gave clear and concise notice of 'border ahead' and/or 'you have just crossed . . . . . '
    Jaykay101, May 3, 2016
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  2. Jaykay101

    dhn Moderator

    Oct 1, 2007
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    Toronto Canada
    TomTom Model(s):
    1535 LIVE; Via 1605; Go 50; Go 520
    You can call support with that request. They'll log it and the feature might make it into a future map. Maybe..........

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    dhn, May 3, 2016
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    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
    Ah yes, as in France, where the Gendarmerie Nationale is too cheap to provide breath-a-lyzers and so one must carry one's own device in the car! Truly amazing.
    canderson, May 3, 2016
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