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How to use tom tom GPS

Planning a route with TomTom ONE is very simple. To plan your first route, follow the steps below.
1. Tap the screen to bring up the main menu.

2. Tap 'Navigate to…'
3. Tap 'Address'.

Now you have to specify where you want to go. This is done by selecting first the town, then the street and then either the house number or the point where two streets meet.
Note: If you know the postcode of your destination, you can enter this instead of the address. From the Navigate to… menu, tap Postcode. Then enter the full postcode. (Great Britain and the Netherlands only).
4. Start to type the name of the town where you want to go.

After you have typed a few letters, the names of towns that match what you have typed are shown. When your destination is shown in the list, tap the name of the town to set the destination.
5. Start to type the name of the street.
As with the name of the town, the names of streets that match what you have typed are shown. When your destination is shown in the list, tap the name of the street to set the destination.

6. Now do one of the following:
  • Enter the house number of your destination and then tap 'Done'.
  • To select a point where two streets meet, tap 'Crossing' and select the name of the street as in step 5.

The route is calculated by your TomTom ONE.

7. When the route has been calculated, tap Done. Your TomTom ONE will immediately start giving you instructions for reaching your destination.
To guide you to your destination, TomTom ONE will give you spoken instructions and visual instructions on the screen.
Note : Before you can plan a route in this way, your TomTom ONE must first locate your current position.

Driving View


1. The next instruction.
2. The name of the next street to turn onto.
3. Information about your journey: remaining journey time, remaining distance, arrival time. You can select which information is displayed. In the Preferences menu, tap Status bar preferences.
4. Your current position.
5. Buttons to zoom in and zoom out on your position.
6. The name of the next major road, if applicable.
7. Indicator of the strength of the GPS signal.
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