Vehicle dimensions on a Go Pro 520

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  1. TheBigDave

    TheBigDave

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    Hi folks, I have recently bought a Go Pro 520 as I have started a job as a private hire minibus/small bus driver, driving a variety of vehicles up to a 33 seater.

    However, when I try to enter the vehicle dimensions, the width always reverts to 2.60 metres regardless of what I have entered.
    Obviously this doesn't fill me with confidence in the unit, so does anyone else have experience of this and can they suggest a remedy please?

    I have exchanged my original unit but have encountered the same thing on the new one.

    Any suggestions would be welcomed

    Regards

    Dave M
     
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    Welcome to TomTomForums.

    Hopefully a reader with a GO Pro 520/620 can help you as none of us moderators has a Pro device.

    The manual is at http://tinyurl.com/tuzu4kj [full URL below]
    http://download.tomtom.com/open/man...refman/TomTom-GO_PROFESSIONAL-EU-UM-en-gb.pdf

    On page 39 it shows to put in the vehicle type and dimensions.
    You may also want to have a look at page 138, where Settings are explained.
    NOTE: No matter what dimensions you enter for truck or bus, they are being ignored if the installed map is not a specific Truck Map.
     
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    Thanks for that response I'll check out the manual and see if it can resolve my issues

    Regards
    Dave M
     
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