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On 25/11/2019 at 12:01, Durbanite said:

We did the same and thanks for the tip.

 

Could I ask where the TT units were repaired please.

 

Was it by TT or an independent ?

 

Ian

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2 hours ago, Tandem Man said:

 

Could I ask where the TT units were repaired please.

 

Was it by TT or an independent ?

 

Ian

 

Independent specialist. Service was excellent and still working fully. Well pleased.

 

https://www.tomtomrepairteam.co.uk/

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I always plan my routes where ever possible before I travel. I use TomTom My Drive on my computer. This has the options for car, motorhome and truck. I always use the truck option although there is option to put in size and weight of your unit. I then download the routes to my TomTom appliance. Up to press never had a problem. I do check with a map just to make sure. My TomTom is not a truck or camping one. Regards. Len

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On 21/12/2019 at 17:50, matelodave said:

Mine's supposed to have WiFi as well but it doesn't seem to update - dunno why. We've got a good fast internet connection (76mbit/s) and the wifi signal strength is more than adequate. It connects but doesn't update, so I've got to do it the hard way (unless I've got to leave the car switched on for an hour or so.

Several where I live but this is the best for bridge hits https://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/cambridge-news/ely-railway-bridge-van-police-16549420 and apparentlt a luton bodied transit failed to get under it last week

 

Driver possibly looking at his satnav rather than the road ahead.

 

As is seen in 999.999% of this type of accident, there are always warning, width and height restriction signs, some well before the  problem bridge, narrow road, tight bend.

 

Some even have bump bars prior to the problem.

 

The cause, like a great proportion of accidents, is drivers reading the road no further than the end of their bonnet, instead o  reading the road ahead and taking notice of and looking out for, signs, potential hazards etc.

 

I did a driver awareness course, yes I was speeding, totally my fault, I knew the speed limit, I travel the road many times but can only put it down to simply bumbling along at the same speed as the rest of the traffic,  but was amazed at how many people on the course failed to see many obvious road signs, potential hazards, or in many cases not even understanding the meaning of road signs or road markings !

 

There are a few interesting ones over the years here, near one on my grand children's old infant school, untangling and removing the truck and trailers always causes lots of fun.

 

https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/incoming/gallery/ashton-lorry-crash-10292034

 

 

 

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