User manual BLAUPUNKT TRAVEL PILOT RGS 08 D
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] Navigation system
TravelPilot RGS 08
Operating the system while driving
Allowing yourself to be distracted by the TravelPilot RGS 08 can lead to a situation where you are "driving blind". If you are not paying attention to the current traffic situation around you, you could cause a serious accident. Please consider the fact that at a speed of 50 km/h you are travelling 14 m every second. · Before starting off on your journey, make sure you have familiarised yourself with the system. [. . . ] car park, garage, multistorey car park) the Off road message will be displayed. In such cases, you can orientate yourself by referring to the arrow shown in the display which indicates the direction in which your destination lies. After entering the digitised network again from a non-digitised road, the system requires a few hundred metres of travel distance before it can start issuing route recommendations again. 16
Should you leave the recommended route, the system will automatically calculate a new route to your destination from your current position. Upon reaching your destination, the display will show a chequered flag and a voice announcement will be made: "You have reached your destination". After the flag disappears, the monitor will then only display the name of the street you are presently driving down or, if your vehicle is stationary, the Nav menu will be shown. Note: If the destination you entered is not included in the digitised network of streets (e. g. special destinations such as workshops, etc. ), an arrow will appear in the display, as soon as you leave the digitised area, indicating the direction in which your destination lies. The voice output announcement for this is: "You have reached the area of your destination". If you are in the immediate vicinity of your destination, the voice output announcement will inform you that: "You have reached your destination". a stored location) is not situated within the digitised area, you will hear the announcement: "No route guidance is available to your destination". The display will then show No route and the arrow will point in the direction in which the destination lies. 17
Using the "Traffic congestion" function, the calculated route can be altered according to the current traffic situation. This means that if you see a problem with the traffic up ahead or you are informed about this over the radio (e. g. a traffic jam or road works), you can exclude certain route sections starting from your current vehicle position. The route sections that can be excluded refer to the road network that lies ahead of you and your vehicle. Each section comprises the section of road located between two road junctions. The first section that can be excluded comprises the length of road starting from your vehicle and ending at the next junction but one. The navigation system then calculates a new route starting from the next possible turning which, if possible, will bypass the traffic disruption. For example: You have entered a small town and are driving your vehicle between road turning A and turning B. The travel information you hear on the radio informs you that there is a disruption to traffic between turning C and D. A slider control will appear with a certain distance displayed above 18
it. [. . . ] it will continue to repeat the route from the starting point to the destination. After the system has restarted, select Enter location from the DSC menu and, as described in the chapter entitled "Example for entering a destination", select a town, a street and the appropriate junction. After entering the address, the distance to the junction must then be entered. It is recommended that the position be set to 50 metres ahead by positioning the cursor in front of 50 m ahead and pressing ENT. [. . . ]
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