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    Some of the routes this unit comes up with are a little odd - particularly when travelling north in France.

    My Dad has one (he's a trucker) and it tells him to head back to the UK and then back across the channel to a different port before routing him to his destination

    (If anyone has any ideas how to solve this, I'm open to them lol - tried resetting the unit, checking map & software updates)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanW View Post
    Some of the routes this unit comes up with are a little odd - particularly when travelling north in France.

    My Dad has one (he's a trucker) and it tells him to head back to the UK and then back across the channel to a different port before routing him to his destination

    (If anyone has any ideas how to solve this, I'm open to them lol - tried resetting the unit, checking map & software updates)
    Can't help you out with a solution, I am sorry to say, and I ran the Noza Tec alongside my Tom Tom 730 truck programme, and there were differences in route, even to the point of one sat nav saying turn left and the other turn right! My confidence was in the Tom Tom, but I believe the Noza Tec runs a Tom Tom based programme.
    Most people will advise backing up your route decisions with 'hard' maps, which is what we did throughout our journey.

    http://www.wildcamping.co.uk/forums/...its-way-4.html
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    That's pretty much what I told him - he's been driving for one or three decades now, at least 1 of those doing Continental Europe.

    Meh, I don't care...he's big enough and ugly enough to find his way lol

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    +1

    I also have managed to get this nozatec working the POI files (with a little help from the aforementioned PioneerAdvantur's help)

    I also bought a cheapo camera and 10M of cable for about 15 also use it as a reversing camera due to its AV in socket

    Ian
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    Addendum to Noza Tec instructions

    Quote Originally Posted by POI Admin View Post
    Really useful this, and worthy of its own thread

    Thank you ...
    Not good at forum threads etc - hope I've done this right. thanks for all thanks re instructions, glad to help others.
    two points to note : 1. "userdata" all as one word not "user data" 2. copy only the individual files (e.g. : france, wildcamp, pubstop, tap) into the POI subfolder, not the google earth folder. these two errors will otherwise prevent you from seeing the POIs on the Sat Nav.
    Happy New Year !
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    Ive created the username folder then the poi subfolder, copied the 3 files i want pub, wild and tap. Pasted them into poi but i cant see them on my nozatec, hope i can get them on as we are off to Scotland next week.

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    Ive sorted it now, i hadnt created the folders within content, just in Primo. All done now.

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    Hello Guy,
    I did see your note last night, intended to reply, but the world got hectic, now I see your latest note, glad you're all fixed !

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    We are now debating on what day to go up to Scotland as the weather forecast isnt looking good.

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