How to display junction view in TOMTOM GO 50


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Sydney, Australia
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<img src="/styles/default/custom/flags/au.png" alt="Australia" /> Australia
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GO 50
Hi everyone,

I want to display the junction view in my TOMTOM GO 50 as showed on the picture enclosed. I don't know what type of this TOMTOM but I can't or I don't know how to set the display like this one in my TOMTOM GO 50. IF you have one GO 50 and you will know there is no way to set the display like this. This junction view is extremely helpful when you approach to the junction.

Cheers guys,
 

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dhn

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Toronto Canada
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Go 50; Go 520
Curious. What do you have for Appearance-->Show previews of highway exits?
 

canderson

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GO720, GO740TM Live, GO 1535 Live, Via 1535, Via 1605, GO 52, GO 600, GO 620, GO 630, TomTom Bridge
I think what you're asking about is what TomTom calls 'reality view'.

Even if you get Settings / Appearance / Show previews of highway exits set correctly (enabled), not ALL intersections are mapped for this feature. If you're in any large metro area or on any largish highway, they should appear.
 
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GO 50
Thanks all for replying me. As what canderson said not all intersections are mapped with this feature, that's true. Let me check the settings and drive to the Sydney CBD to see whether this feature works or not. By the way, how about other GPS brand, e.g Garmin as I see the picture on the packaging show a big and clear guiding arrow.

Cheers guys
 
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canderson

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GO720, GO740TM Live, GO 1535 Live, Via 1535, Via 1605, GO 52, GO 600, GO 620, GO 630, TomTom Bridge
Both brands offer that feature. Garmin calls the feature "Active Lane Guidance". TomTom calls it "Advanced Lane Guidance".
 

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