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CoPilot Live Truck Europe edition – now available for iPhone.

Since its introduction on Windows Mobile and more recently, on Laptop, we’ve had quite a few requests asking us when CoPilot Live Truck would come to the iPhone in Europe.
The good news is that Apple have now approved CoPilot Live Truck Europe and it’s available to buy and download immediately from the iTunes store.
Unlike standard car navigation apps, CoPilot Live Truck takes into account HGV-restricted and prohibited roads to provide safe, reliable navigation. Containing premium commercial-grade street maps of Europe, it automatically calculates routes appropriate for the size, weight and width of vehicle you are driving, as well as the cargo being carried.

Key features:

  • Avoids low bridges and weight/height/width-restricted roads
  • Warns about sharp bends and no-overtaking zones
  • Avoids hazardous or flammable materials-restricted roads
  • Adjustable route settings for specific vehicle sizes and load types

Professional-grade NAVTEQ street maps of Western and Eastern Europe enhanced with NAVTEQ Transport truck-specific restrictions are stored on the iPhone, not downloaded each trip. Thousands of useful points of interest for commercial drivers including truck stops and rest areas are pre-loaded as standard.

Priced at £139.99 for unlimited-use, CoPilot Live Truck is far less expensive than comparable dedicated truck navigation systems, and is highly portable for moving between vehicles or using in car mode.

See photos of CoPilot Live Truck on our Flickr Gallery

There’s more information about CoPilot Live Truck on our web site here

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