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Thread: 9700 (.ori _SE and DSA) Not valid for trucks

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    9700 (.ori _SE and DSA) Not valid for trucks

    Hi.


    On the road, I saw that this nav, 9700 (.ori .SE and .DSA) is flawed and cannot be used to work with a truck.


    Look at the screenshots: they refer to the N14 in Trofa, Portugal, passing under a railway bridge .....



    .......)


    the limitation is: towards the north "limitation of height 3.5 m", and towards the south "limited to all trucks" and "limitation of height 3.5 m" .....



    (....


    (On your map the limitation will be wider, I have it corrected to the real stretch)



    If we prepare a route with this configuration between the extremes, towards the north, it is done by skipping the limitation in planning (precisely the most necessary), (but if we are on the point it shows us the warning.




    the correct route is traced by the 8398


    ...

    A greeting.
    Last edited by Pesado; 31st January 2013 at 21:57.
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    Re: 9700 (.ori _SE and DSA) Not valid for trucks

    Thanks for the work mate. Not only have the text translated from Spanish to English, but you've taken the trouble to make catches in English.
    Good work, thanks Pesado (Heavy)

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    Re: 9700 (.ori _SE and DSA) Not valid for trucks

    I doubt if TomTom informs correction.
    What is certain is that if TomTom Home detects 8.398, attempt to update navcore 8.398 to 9.700

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    Re: 9700 (.ori _SE and DSA) Not valid for trucks

    Quote Originally Posted by bihurkatu View Post
    I doubt if TomTom informs correction.
    What is certain is that if TomTom Home detects 8.398, attempt to update navcore 8.398 to 9.700
    The application is not correct. but map is correct
    Driving a truck that's dangerous.
    Last edited by Pesado; 1st February 2013 at 19:11.
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    Re: 9700 (.ori _SE and DSA) Not valid for trucks

    Quote Originally Posted by Pesado View Post
    The application is not correct. but map is correct
    Driving a truck that's dangerous.
    No I doubt it.
    I insisted my brother until he retired.

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    Re: 9700 (.ori _SE and DSA) Not valid for trucks

    Quote Originally Posted by bihurkatu View Post
    No I doubt it.
    I insisted my brother until he retired.
    How dangerous is driving with the 9700 nav

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    Re: 9700 (.ori _SE and DSA) Not valid for trucks

    Quote Originally Posted by Pesado View Post
    How dangerous is driving with the 9700 nav

    I do not doubt what you say.
    Map 901 has no updates.
    The photo does not say if the nav. is 8.398 or 9.700.
    I do not think the 8.398 is much better, the map is the same.

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    Re: 9700 (.ori _SE and DSA) Not valid for trucks

    I think I'm too old ...
    I answer and does not publish the message forum ...

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    Re: 9700 (.ori _SE and DSA) Not valid for trucks

    Quote Originally Posted by bihurkatu View Post
    I think I'm too old ...
    I answer and does not publish the message forum ...
    Post #7 is up now
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    Re: 9700 (.ori _SE and DSA) Not valid for trucks

    This picture is just an example of danger by height, we should not use the wrong 9700.



    The example of the defect can be seen.

    <>

    You can try the route in this stretch, and see the result.


    The biggest danger is not to know where it can repeat the error.
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