Go Camper Max - Ignores Vehicle Measurements

Ian_McA
Ian_McA Registered Users Posts: 1
New Seeker
edited September 21 in Devices using Wi-Fi®
Hi

Is anyone experiencing the same as I am?

New Camper Max device, updated fully, keeps sending me - in a 7.5metre motor home - down single track country roads that have NO passing places or turning places.

Was very interesting meeting a 4 wheel drive with hay trailer the other day and took us quite a while to back up and sort it out.

Is the product rubbish or is it the user?

And even better, there is no category for Go Camper!!!

Ian

Comments

  • Lochfrass
    Lochfrass Posts: 18,908
     Superuser
    edited September 20
    Ian_McA wrote: »
    Is the product rubbish or is it the user?
    The Maps- Some truck drivers have many problems too with wight and hight
    Ian_McA wrote: »
    And even better, there is no category for Go Camper!!!
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    This area: https://discussions.tomtom.com/en/categories/tomtomwifidevices
  • Lost_Soul
    Lost_Soul Registered Users Posts: 475
    Supreme Pioneer
    @Ian_McA

    I have the original Go Camper and provided the vehicle settings are correct it does successfully avoid narrow width road restrictions unless the destination is actually very near to the width restriction where it will show the remaining distance can be walked. ;)

    If you let me know what your My Vehicle settings are ? i.e. Dimensions L/W/H + Weights and the location of the single track country road I will try with my Go Camper to see if I am also sent down the single track road.
  • Lochfrass
    Lochfrass Posts: 18,908
     Superuser
    But go Camper and Go Camper Max uses diffrent Maps (Classic and NDS Maps).
    Maybe it is better to look what MyDrive Routplanner says
  • Lost_Soul
    Lost_Soul Registered Users Posts: 475
    Supreme Pioneer
    @Lochfrass

    Yes, I know and agree – although I have noticed this year more “phantom” restrictions being introduced on the NDS maps / devices such as my Go Expert and was going to do a comparison on that too as well as MyDrive if the original author provides details of the road in question.