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Smart V 3.0 | User Manual for Palm OS® 5
1. Introduction
Whether you travel in your own country, or overseas, Smart will direct you to your destination without the need for
map books and second-hand instructions.
The Global Positioning System is available free of charge, at any time, and depending on your GPS receiver, may be
accurate to within 5 m (15 ft). Smart maps provide street level detail for door-to-door navigation, including Points of
Interest (POIs) such as accommodation, railway stations and airports.
Use this manual to help you install Smart, learn how to operate it effectively and safely and discover the range of
features available to you.
GPS and GPS Signals
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a network of satellites that transmit accurate time and position information
worldwide. GPS receivers receive signals from these satellites, and use the information to determine an exact
location.
GPS satellites orbit the Earth at around 12,000 miles. While a GPS receiver can detect signals from up to 12 satellites
at any time, only three are needed to provide the two-dimensional position or “fix” (latitude and longitude) required for
vehicle navigation systems. GPS data is available free of charge for any user.
Smart is designed to use GPS information to find your current position, and calculate the best route to your
desired destination using the available road maps. Smart will then guide you with voice and visual commands to
your destination using the continuous stream of GPS data to track your position.
Safety Notice
In a vehicle, it is your sole responsibility to place, secure and use your handheld in a manner that will not cause
accidents, personal injury or property damage. The user of this product is solely responsible for observing safe
driving practices.
It is your sole responsibility to adhere to the following safety instructions at all times:
• Do not operate Smart while driving.
• Do not mount your GPS receiver or handheld in a way that interferes with airbags or other safety equipment.
• Do not use or handle your GPS receiver or handheld when it is hot; leave it to cool out of direct sunlight.
Navman disclaim all liability for use of this product in a way that may cause accidents or damage or that may violate law.
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