Hmmm. I was hoping for a full postcode system, which my Range Rover manages quite happily. I disagree that it is just as effective, since a postcode narrows down much further, and a full postcode rarely covers more than 1 road, so you can simply enter the full postcode as a destination with absolute accuracy.That's correct. But, it then gives you the list of streets in that postcode. Select the street and house number and it will take you to the front door !
Effectively, entering all postcode digits (as some hand held units do) just narrows down the number of streets available.
It is just a different way off doing it, but just as effective.
The DVD also covers all of Europe, noot just UK.
If you're looking for a company, you may not even have a house number. In those situations, the full postcode is accurate to within a very short distance, irrespective of street name OR house number. And if you don't know the area, you've no idea which intersection to head for...What I meant is that you have to take one extra step
- Part postcode - select road (and or intersection) - house number,
- Full postcode - house number.
Yes, one step longer, but you should still end up with the same result. If you are in a small road that is not on the map DVD, I agree that this can cause problems !
However, if you "flag" it and store as a destination when you are sitting in your drivway, it will memorise GPS co-ordinates and guide you back to this exact point.
jampoTT;10549 For £1800 said:Hee hee Here's another mystery......The button on the steering wheel for voice commands. I always entertain myself by pushing the button and sayin "Knickers off", just to hear the snooty bird say " I'm sorry" Simple things eh?
Sometimes she tells me the phone book is empty, when she's fed up with my smutty requests! How do you transfer the numbers from the phone, to the car?
I use a Nokia N95.