Tomtom 6250

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    Nffc2047

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    Does anybody think that the tomtom 6250 is terrible? The lane guidance hardly ever works when multi lane exits on motorways and for a large screen the road showing on screenseems very narrow
     
    Nffc2047, Nov 20, 2018
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    GamerBen

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    Oh my! I didn't know that. Thanks for the heads up, anyway.
     
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    How well lane guidance works is a function of where you are and how well they've managed to get the maps fully populated with that specific data. I use the non-truck version of that unit and a Bridge unit (the 7" commercial device) and in the areas where I drive, the lane guidance covers just about all of the interstate entrance/exit areas. What they do NOT cover are any of the State highway entrance/exit areas. In a corresponding manner, you should be seeing that data on just about every notable interchange for an M road in the UK, but don't expect to see them on A roads and the like, even if they are 'limited access' and/or multi-lane.
     
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    "I use the non-truck version of that unit and a Bridge unit (the 7" commercial device) and in the areas where I drive, the lane guidance covers just about all of the interstate entrance/exit areas."

    I see. Hmm, will keep that in mind.
     
    GamerBen, Dec 11, 2018 at 2:30 PM
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