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Topic # 29071 21-Dec-2008 22:08
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Hi,
Just a quick question. First are IQ Routes available in New Zealand? And if so does the Go 720 use them? I have set it up in TomTom Home to use annoymous usage statistics.

I see the lane guidance image is there, but says it is not compatiable with the maps, is that the New Zealand maps, or the Go 720?

EDIT: I also noticed that I have maps 'New Zealand' v711.1692 but the maps on the TomTom website says v8.15. I just got the unit today so shouldn't I have the latest maps? The firmware is v8.300
Thanks for the help,

Andysh



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  Reply # 185555 21-Dec-2008 22:22
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There is this news item in the news section.
Is this of any help??

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=8024




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  Reply # 185559 21-Dec-2008 22:27
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Hi,
I think that is more for web bassed? Not sure ha. But any ideas why I only have v 7.11 of the maps. I go to TomTom Home and hit the 'latest maps guarantee' but it says I have them, when I think I don't. I can buy the v8.15 maps, but that ain't right?

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  Reply # 185562 21-Dec-2008 22:30
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Ah ok.
Sorry Im used to Garmin products-60 C and Colorado !! Plus the Free Open source maps of NZ
I was under the impression that when you got Tom Tom stuff you were able to download the latest maps.
Perhaps look into the help forums and the like. Does seem odd to me too then??




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  Reply # 185563 21-Dec-2008 22:39
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I am just going to email support now, but if anyone has any other suggestions? Basically I just want IQ routes ha
Andysh

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