The FIND feature allows you to quickly search the StreetPilot's
database for a personal point of interest or city location. These
points are included in the StreetPilot's basemap and don't require
an additional MetroGuide® cartridge in order to access them.
The StreetPilot® allows you to review cities by proximity or name.
In this example, the screen shows a city listing by name with
the cities listed in alphabetical order. If you have searched
for a city before, the name of that city will be shown when you
first access this page.
At the heart of the StreetPilot is the Map Page, which shows
your current location on a background of highways, major thoroughfares,
lakes, rivers, and coastlines. After selecting a destination or
creating a route, the StreetPilot points you in the right direction.
As you travel, an arrow will point to an en route location or
final destination, with the "distance" and "time to go" displayed
The City Information page shows the city name at the top of the
page, with a map window below showing the surrounding area. You
can use the zoom keys to change the scale of the map window. If
you want the StreetPilot to go to the city, highlight "go to it."
If you want to see the city on the Map page with the panning arrow
on it, highlight "point to it."