Via Points - Philips Carin 522 User Manual

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VIA POINTS

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City:
Road:
City / Cntry
Road
Junction
Special dest.
Destination map
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Select "Via Point" from the Destination Input menu.
The Via Point Input menu is shown.
The following options are available:
City / Cntry: To enter the city name (and the country) of the via point.
Road: To enter the road name. Don't enter a road name, if you only want
to travel through the desired city.
Junction: To enter a junction for more precise selection (optional).
Special dest.: To select a via point from a list of facilities of general interest
(airports, hotels, restaurants, filling stations, etc.).
Destination map: To enter a via point by means of a map.
Retrieve address: To load an address from the address book as a via point.
Store via point: To store the entered via point in the memory.
List via point: To show the list of stored via points.
Delete via point: To delete a via point from the memory.
Return: To return to the Destination Input menu.
Notes:
The maximum number of stored via points is 25.
The via points are reached in the order of entry.
You can enter new via points at any time on the way to your destination
address.
When you have passed a certain via point, it is deleted from the list of via
points.
If you delete a destination address, CARiN asks you if you would also like to
delete the list of via points. If you answer "No", the stored via points are
kept for the new destination address.
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Via Point Input
Retrieve address
Store via point
List via points
Delete via point
Return
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If you like to pass by certain places on the
way to your destination address, you can
store these as via points. The navigation
system then calculates the route in a way
that the via points are passed in the
stored order before reaching the
destination address.

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