next stop information

stevejones887
stevejones887 Registered Users Posts: 10
Apprentice Traveler
No matter how I try my rider 500 gives me final destination information. I've set it to next stop in arrival information and I've done a factory reset but it still gives me final destination not next stop.

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  • RoadRider
    RoadRider Registered Users Posts: 750
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    Did you send the route as track with MyDrive?

    Then this is normal. A track has only two stops. Start and finish.
    In between there are a large amount of track points that exactly describe your route.

    You can compare this with a route from train station to train station. A route can take every opinie road from station to station. The railway track wil alway’s take te same railway track because it es an exact path.

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  • RoadRider
    RoadRider Registered Users Posts: 750
    Revered Pioneer
    Answer ✓
    Did you send the route as track with MyDrive?

    Then this is normal. A track has only two stops. Start and finish.
    In between there are a large amount of track points that exactly describe your route.

    You can compare this with a route from train station to train station. A route can take every opinie road from station to station. The railway track wil alway’s take te same railway track because it es an exact path.
  • stevejones887
    stevejones887 Registered Users Posts: 10
    Apprentice Traveler
    RoadRider wrote: »
    Did you send the route as track with MyDrive?

    Then this is normal. A track has only two stops. Start and finish.
    In between there are a large amount of track points that exactly describe your route.

    You can compare this with a route from train station to train station. A route can take every opinie road from station to station. The railway track wil alway’s take te same railway track because it es an exact path.

    Thank you. This has resolved the issue. Now that I have planned the route on the TomTom instead of Mydrive it works, but this is not intuitive and means that using mydrive reduces functionality and that I have to plan all my routes on the satnav which is not as easy as planning on mydrive
  • RoadRider
    RoadRider Registered Users Posts: 750
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    You can use the “Send Stops” option in MyDrive to send a maximum of 20 stops to your Rider. This route will be directly active on your Rider after you send it.

    When you have a .GPX or .ITN Route you can use “Send ITN Route” on my site to do the same.

    Routes whit more stops can be saved/converted to .ITN and loaded on your Rider with the USB cable or Micro-SD card.
  • stevejones887
    stevejones887 Registered Users Posts: 10
    Apprentice Traveler
    RoadRider wrote: »
    You can use the “Send Stops” option in MyDrive to send a maximum of 20 stops to your Rider. This route will be directly active on your Rider after you send it.

    When you have a .GPX or .ITN Route you can use “Send ITN Route” on my site to do the same.

    Routes whit more stops can be saved/converted to .ITN and loaded on your Rider with the USB cable or Micro-SD card.

    Thank you, where is the send stops option? And where is send ITN route option?
  • stevejones887
    stevejones887 Registered Users Posts: 10
    Apprentice Traveler
    RoadRider wrote: »
    You can use the “Send Stops” option in MyDrive to send a maximum of 20 stops to your Rider. This route will be directly active on your Rider after you send it.

    When you have a .GPX or .ITN Route you can use “Send ITN Route” on my site to do the same.

    Routes whit more stops can be saved/converted to .ITN and loaded on your Rider with the USB cable or Micro-SD card.

    Thank you. I've found send stops and it works thank you. It's not clear that the send stops button has worked when you click on it though.