Planning a route at limited speed


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Good Evening to you all from a newbie,

I have been using a TomTom for years now, and having just bought a Start 60 I find that there is no provision to plan a journey at a limited speed, or am I missing something. I need the ability to plan at 55 mph as I use this facility to plan my driving hours.
Any help would be appreciated
 
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dhn

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In planning preferences, select 'always ask'.

Then go to Plan Route. Select Departure location. Select Destination. Next screen, arrow right.

Limited speed. Select the speed you want. Carry through the prompts.
 
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canderson

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My Via 1605 (aka Start 60) should provide the same menu setup. I'm not seeing what you're describing, dhn.

Plan route
Departure point (set)
Destination point (set)

There, it insists on setting of Departure time
Options are to set time, Previous, or Done. Set time (just left it as was) and Done

Route screen appears.
Options are Details, Change route, Done

Where is that "arrow right" coming from?
 

dhn

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You must change (in planning preferences) from fastest to always ask. Then go ahead with the Plan route stuff.
 
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canderson

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Aha... didn't follow step #1!
 

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