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CoPilot Insider Tips for June: Measurement Settings, Map Display and Parking Wizard

Hey CoPilot fans, it’s time for our monthly CoPilot Insider Tips. The weather has been quite strange, but hopefully these will cheer you up and make your journeys a bit better.

1. Map Display

Did you know that … you can change the way your map looks in Settings -> Map Display -> Map styles? Not only can you pick a day/night mode, but there are plenty of styles to choose from, such as Ocean, Forest, Continental, Ember, American, German, British … check it out, and let us know which one you like the most?


2. Kilometres vs. miles

Did you know that … you are able to change it in “Settings” -> “Unit of Measurement”? So for example, when you drive in continental Europe you can use “kilometres” and when you cross the UK or US border you can switch easily to “miles.” Easy peasy!


3. Parking Wizard

Did you know that … you are able to save the location where you parked your car in More -> Parking -> Save this Location -> Done AND that you can navigate back there by simply clicking “Go to Parking Location”. Never lose your car again.


We hope you liked these little tips – have a great June :)

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  1. Sultan
    Posted July 16, 2013 at 12:53 pm | Permalink


  2. Furkin
    Posted April 2, 2014 at 12:26 am | Permalink

    Am still playing with this unit – so far – so good.
    I have a Blue Badge and was disappointed when entering a multi-story in Nottingham, to find that they have no concessions for B.Badge users I had hell of a jog getting out.
    Is it possible to see car parks that have B.Badge concessions ?

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