check the name of the city. Occasionally the city or
town is known by a different name than what you have
been provided. Also, in rare cases, some house numbers
or streets may not be listed in which case you may find
an address that is on the same street. Finally, you
can change the route to locate the nearest intersection,
or nearest town instead.
Quickest Route setting will choose the fastest
route, regardless of mileage or distance. The Shortest
Route setting will choose the route with the shortest
distance, regardless of speed. Freeways will
create a route that favors highways. Truck Emergency
will disregard all restrictions except low bridges.
Truck Via My Points allows you to create a route through
selected My Points. (See following FAQ)
you need to create a My Point, which is essentially
a “favorite” location. While in Map Mode,
press the red target in the center of the screen and
select Mark. This will save that location. You can save
an unlimited number of My Points. To route through a
My Point, select “Truck Via My Points” in
your Route Settings. Refer to the WorldNav
software user guide for details.
Yes, advanced users can substitute other .wav files for any of the warning sounds found in
the TTWorldNavigator Sounds folder such as reroute, spdBeep sounds.
Rename the .wav file to correspond to the original file name to replace the existing
file with the new file. Transfer the file using your laptop or desktop PC.
Menu then use the right arrow icons to scroll to the
third screen and then press Language. Select your preferred
language and press OK. Notice that the menus will also
change to the corresponding language. (Language choices
are available in Premium and Truck Editions only.)
WorldNav devices allow you to select "system"
languages. This choice applies only to the hardware
operation of the device rather than the navigation software.
Use the WorldNav “Language” menu to change
the language used for navigation.
your product at
teletype.com/register, or mail the included registration
form to TeleType.TeleType will then contact you when
a software update is released. Updates are released
several times a year and upgrading is optional. If at
any time you would like to check if there are new versions
of the software, contact TeleType. Update information
can also be found on the TeleType website under "Upgrades"
the new (updated) memory card provided to you by TeleType.
Access the Navigation function and when the I Agree
screen appears, rather than proceed with I Agree, instead
press the SD Card Icon found in the bottom left corner.
Follow the on-screen instructions to transfer history
from a previous card to the new card. Note: History
and Waypoint transfer is available for newer versions
of the software such as ver N6.11068L and higher.
Press Menu, then Find, then Address, and enter an address.
Select the resulting address from the results menu;
this position will now be visible on the map. Once there,
follow the instructions for marking a My Point.
Details are found in the WorldNav software guide.
To adjust the date and time use the WorldNav navigation software rather than the hardware setting.
The GPS automatically reads the date and time from the satellite signal;
if it is incorrect then the GPS is having trouble finding a signal.
Make sure that you are outside with a clear view of the sky, away from larger buildings.
Note: You can adjust the time manually within the navigation software by pressing Menu,
then GPS Status, then pressing the Change button next to the Date/Time.
Press the button with the arrow pointing towards the right.
Press Settings on your screen. At the bottom of the screen you will see a graphic of a truck. By pressing this truck you will then be able to change to height, length or weight of your truck by moving the arrows right or left. You can also choose from 9 different classes of HazMat by pressing the HazMat Button.
Once you have entered in the correct settings for your truck you can press OK and the changes will be saved.
On the screen that asks you to press the I Agree
button, there will be a software version number on the lower-right corner of the screen.
Contact TeleType with this number to find out if your software is the latest.
the target [+] over the road designated in bright pink.
Press Menu then Info and the reason for the restriction
will be displayed. Also, pressing directly on the [+]
will show the reason for the restriction.
you will want to create a route from the fixed GPS position.
You can move the GPS to a location where it will lose
the signal so that you can then enter another address
or point of your choice using the Find Wizard. If it
is impractical to move the GPS to another position,
you can temporarily stop the GPS from receiving signals
by using the GPS Status screen, where you can turn the
GPS status to “Off”. See the software
user guide for details.
the screen anywhere, and you will be in Map Mode (a
tool icon appears at the bottom left of the screen).
Use your finger to drag the screen in any direction.
When you are finished viewing the map, touch the red
arrow on the bottom left of the screen to return to
Navigation Mode. Remember, when you see the square target
[+] on the map, that means you are in Map Mode (which
allows you to view the map but does not update your
position on the map). When you see the Red Arrow in
the middle of the screen, then you're in Navigation
Mode so you will see your position move as you drive.
make sure you are in Navigation mode; if you are not
in Navigation Mode, your true position will not be shown.
The red cursor will be in the middle of the screen while
in 2D mode and the cursor will appear towards the bottom
of the screen when you are in 3D mode.
the Route Settings configuration. In rare cases, if
you are using “Shortest” the GPS may take
you off the road you are traveling on, then put you
back on the same road, if it determines that it would
be a significantly shorter distance to use the ramp.
It is recommended that you select “Quickest”
or “Prefer Freeways” in this case.