Motorola MOTONAV TN20 User Manual Page 8

Motorola motonav tn20: user guide.
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Warning: Traffic laws and current traffic conditions must always
be observed and take precedence over the instructions issued by
the navigation system. The user should be aware of situations
where current traffic conditions and the instructions from the
navigation system may be in conflict.
The use of the navigation system does not relieve the user of
his/her responsibilities. The user is ultimately responsible for the
vehicle under his/her control and should be aware of the
surroundings at all times. For traffic safety reasons, it is
recommended that routes should be planned in a stationary
vehicle before starting a trip.
MOTOROLA IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, EXEMPLARY, SPECIAL, OR
PUNITIVE DAMAGES, OR OTHER DAMAGE ARISING OUT OF THE
USE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PRODUCT. THIS INCLUDES
DAMAGE TO PROPERTY AND, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY
LAW, DAMAGES FOR PERSONAL INJURY AND DEATH.
Laws in some areas prohibit the use of a cellular phone and other
devices when driving a motor vehicle. Please use the utmost care
in using your devices safely under all circumstances. It is the
responsibility of each user to be aware of and abide by any and all
local laws and ordinances, which may restrict the use of cellular
phones and other devices.
Your local law may prohibit attaching the Navigation Device to the
windshield. In such case, attach the mount to the enclosed plastic
disk and adhere it securely to a clean, smooth surface of your car.
Never position the device in a manner which blocks your view of
the road, interferes with the safe operation of the vehicle (e.g. do
not place on the steering wheel or in front of an air bag), or could
otherwise result in injury to the user. Always obey local laws and
restrictions concerning use of such products.
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