Reading Route Numbers

Discussion in 'Maps and Routing' started by Adrian Newton, Sep 26, 2016.

  1. Adrian Newton

    Adrian Newton

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    Not sure if this is the place for this query. If not, please point in right direction!

    When I've plotted a route and loaded it onto my GO40, I return to MyDrive to take a look at the map.

    The blue line, which is the route obviously, obscures the road numbers so I can't double check on the road atlas.

    Any advice on this?

    TIA

    Adrian
     
    Adrian Newton, Sep 26, 2016
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    You could go to Menu-->current route-->read instructions
     
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    Thanks for the reply. My reason for the query was that earlier this year, driving in France, we came to a closed slip road on the main route.
    The satnav seemed unable to cope with this and sent us round in circles for a couple of hours. Eventually we got back on course, using an atlas. Had I been able to access the road numbers in My Drive on the computer, and print them off before setting out, it would have made navigating a bit easier - matching with the atlas.
    Going back to France at the end of this week, so hoping no hitches this time.
     
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