Just what's wrong Let's just list it's problems: It will take you to an intersection ask you to turn right, go a couple blocks and make a U-turn, like U-turns are a safe thing to do. Never listen to voice guidance. It will tell to do something that's not on the map. The name, and sometimes number, it wants you to take are not what is on the sign. This is at old intersections not ones someone changed the sign on. It will tell you a street is restricted when it's not and will tell you to go down streets that are. +more
Eh... Well it's good but it isn't. Sometimes it tells me to turn left when I need to turn right or vice versa. It needs smoother graphics, and it's a resource hog. My vehicle charger can't keep up with its battery drain. Other Nav apps don't have these problems, but they aren't for trucks.
Good sometimes. The navigation keeps getting stuck even when I have full signal. Sometimes I can fix it by putting it on 2D mode and it will resume other times not. I miss a lot of turns because of this. Google Navigation never does this. Also Google has faster and smoother pinch to zoom even though the maps aren't even preloaded which doesn't make any sense. Wish these things could be fixed.
This GPS application lacks a breadcrumb feature, which is very important to truckers who work in the oilfield and have to drive through very remote and labyrinthine lease roads where one wrong turn can create a very difficult or dangerous situation. It is so important that not having that feature is a deal breaker. I have been using a Garmin Nuvi 52 GPS, which is not meant for trucking, yet it has this breadcrumb feature where it is called a "trip-log." I have used this trip-log many times to help me navigate out of these labyrinthine lease roads during dark foggy nights. A GPS without a trip log is no good to me, and I will have to go back to my Garmin Nuvi. It took me a little over two hours to download the Copilot trucking application and US Maps along with another day to become familiar with its features and test it. However, GooglePlay only allows refunds within two hours of downloading an application. The CoPilot website will not refund your money either. If you rely heavily on the "trip-log" feature like I do, save your $100 and get a good Garmin. If you don't need the "trip-log" feature, this CoPIlot seems like a decent trucking GPS application.
Very good, but use your brain Navigation & truck restrictions are fantastic. Reroutes are almost instantaneous, saved my rear several times. Much faster than my dezl. With the latest update it works great on my tablet (Nvidia Shield). Using copilot to find places to stop on route is still a bit clunky (press 'truck services' then 'truck services' then find 'truck stops' out of a long list). Hoping that the next update will add shortcut buttons to fix this. Even with the flaws it is the best trucker gps by far.
Incomplete 149 Wilson drive Mooresville tx won't list. As with many other addresses iv used in the past few month's. Using open borders I can get the shortest route rather than customized. There needs to be a reroute feature on the map instead of changing screens. I have sworn up and down about pc miler since version 15. A pc version is great. This app. Is giving it a bad name. By the way Google found the address and route
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