Multiple destination route planning- Start 25

calin chise
calin chise Registered Users Posts: 1
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Hello, I have recently bought TomTom Start 25M, and I have notice that it can not be put more than 3 destination on a route, despite that I need at least 25. I work as a curier. Is there any posibility to make an upgrade for more destinations?

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  • YamFazMan
    YamFazMan Posts: 20,829
     Superuser
    Hi
    @calin chise
    The NAV3 devices have a very basic Itinerary planning system, all the planning is done on the small screen on the device and the Itinerary can only have four Stops one of those being the End Stop (Destination)
    Also, the route cannot be saved for later use

    Might be worth a look.....
    I used this method to plan routes on my NAV3 Via 120 Live and GO 825 Live

    The Free “Tyre to Travel” program works with the standard NAV3 Tomtoms using POI Categories

    Creating and Loading POI Categories into your Tomtom using the free version of Tyre to Travel
    Maybe a kind of remote Itinerary planning on your PC

    Download the Free Tyre to Travel..... http://www.tyretotravel.com/download-tyre/

    Tyre To Travel uses the large screen on your PC to view the maps, it easier than to scrolling around the screen of your Tomtom GO to find your waypoints (Stops)
    Note..... Click the yellow box on Tyre screen to search for addresses

    With the latest Tyre, you can compile a route on your PC, and convert it a "POI Category" Inside the .Ov2 POI file will be your POI's
    To force the Category to appear at the top of the POI categories list in your Tomtom... I called mine "AAA Trip (Put today's date or some trip identifier here)
    Inside the POI category will be your POI's: on your Tomtom, they will show in the order by distance from your present location.

    If you use some naming system like the suggestion below, when you load them on to your Tomtom they should end up in Numerical Order inside your POI Category.

    While you are planning your route in Tyre, if you edit the names of your POI's so they each POI has a unique name (Say "01stop", "02stop", "03stop" etc ... then the last on as "##End" the ## being the last Stop number) I just add the “01stop” "02stop", "03stop" etc…as a prefix to the Name offered by Tyre
    After you have planned your route using Tyre and you are happy with the result, go to the 'File Menu' in Tyre click on 'Convert to a Tomtom POI file’ at the popup window answer 'Yes'
    Save your new Ov2 file to your Desktop using the 'Save As' option from the Tyre 'File Tab'
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    Edit... 26/02/18 Removed Tyre from the transfer process.... Tyres transfer system now seems geared to the latest's NAV4/5 (Wifi) devices
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    Download and install POI Edit....
    http://softop.tomtomusers.com/TomPoiEdr/

    Now run the TomPoiEdrEn.exe file you should have the SoftTop POI editor running.
    Connect you Tomtom to your PC USB port and turn it on
    Drag 'n' drop the New .OV2 into the POI editor
    Connect your Tomtom using the USB cable and Turn 'ON'
    Click on the Save to Device Icon on the SoftTop POI editor

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    POI Edit will upload your New POI file to your device
    Then navigate from POI to POI with your Tomtom planning the routes between the POIs.

    Note... Further development of the POI Edit appears to have stopped ie... You can't now use Google Maps/Earth within the program to build a POI Category

    ATB YFM