Meaning of icons that keep moving?

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    weojfneqor

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    What do these upside down rocket symbols mean? They seem to move around the area randomly and have no meaning.
     

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    Those are little 'power plugs'. Like all POI items, they can appear and disappear depending upon zoom level. At some point recently, you downloaded the electric vehicle recharging station POI file set during an update.
     
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    Sounds logical, but if they are charge points then someone has failed big time. I've noticed I can drive passed them, but sometimes they appear on the motorway centre median, other times on roundabouts, and other times in residential houses! lol
     
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    Welcome to TomTomForums.
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    Since these are POI icons. as canderson said, you can disable them from being shown by toggling Charging Station from 'Show' to 'Hide' at Menu > Settings > Appearance > Show Poi lists on map.
     
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