The Caravan Club – User ManualInstalling Caravan Club Points of Interest on yourTomTom Satellite Navigation device
ContentsIntroduction .Page 3 Page 3 Page 3 .Page 3 .Page 3Step 1: PreparationChecklistStoring the POIs on your PCBack up your deviceStep 2: Preparing the POI data filesStep 3: Loading the POIs Page 4 . Page 5Connecting your device to the PC .Locate target folder on the TomTom . . Page 6Copying POI files to the TomTom .Page 7 Page 7Step 4: Activating the POIs .Page 8Summary and data updates .Page 8Disclaimer .Page 9Copyright .Page 9CompletionInstalling Caravan Club Points of Interest on your TomTom Satellite Navigation devicePage 5Page 2 of 9
IntroductionThis manual is intended to assist with downloading and installing Caravan Club ‘Points of Interest’(POI) onto your TomTom Satellite Navigation device.If you require further assistance with the installation of POI files to your device, or any other aspect ofit, you should contact TomTom directly - visit http://www.tomtom.com or call 0845 161 0009.These instructions will work for all recent TomTom devices including: TomTom GO: 3 series, 5 series, 7 series, 9 series.TomTom Rider, Mobile, One, One XL, "T", Traffic, Cracker, Europe, Navigator and PDA (version 6 and above).Step 1: PreparationChecklistChecklist of software and equipment needed:A PC running windows (ideally XP or Vista)TomTom device (fully charged or running from mains adapter)USB cable for connecting the TomTom to the PCCaravan Club POI filesPlease note: This method of installing these POI files does not use TomTom HOME – it explainshow to install the POI files directly to the TomTom device.Storing the POIs on your PCTo make this installation easier you may wish to create a folder on your PC in a place that is easy tolocate – the name of the folder is not important. You will need to locate the POI files during theprocess explained in this document.Back-up your deviceWe suggest that you make a full backup of your TomTom before you commence loading POIs. This isa safety precaution and it means that, should any problems occur whilst you are installing POIs, youcan always restore your device from the backup.Landis Media Ltd has provided the basis of this user manual, and neither Landis Media or TheCaravan Club will be liable for any damage or loss of data to any satellite navigation device.Installing Caravan Club Points of Interest on your TomTom Satellite Navigation devicePage 3 of 9
Step 2: Preparing the POI data filesThe POI files you require can be downloaded from The Caravan Club website, via the link below:http://www.caravanclub.co.uk/satnavYou can download POIs for Caravan Club Sites and Caravan Club Certificated Locations. For each,you will need to download two separate files – one .OV2 file (containing the POI data) and one .BMPfile (the icon which will appear on your TomTom device). Together, these two files are known as aset.It is essential that both files in a set are titled the same for the TomTom to automatically load bothfiles together. It will also be easier if both files are downloaded from The Club website to the sameplace – such as the folder mentioned on the previous page.You should end up with a folder that looks similar to the one shown below:Installing Caravan Club Points of Interest on your TomTom Satellite Navigation devicePage 4 of 9
Step 3: Loading the POIsConnecting your device to the PCNow that you have downloaded the POI sets from The Club website you can start.Connect the TomTom to the PC using the USB cable and turn it on. If TomTom HOME starts youshould close it as it won't be used. Click on Start then My Computer, a screen similar to the onebelow should appear:The TomTom device (shown here as the red hands logo) will be the location to which items arecopied.Installing Caravan Club Points of Interest on your TomTom Satellite Navigation devicePage 5 of 9
Locate target folder on the TomTomNow that you have identified the TomTom device you need to locate the map folder – this is whereyou will store the Caravan Club POIs.Double click on the TomTom icon to open it and view the contents of the TomTom device. You shouldsee a screen similar to the one shown below:The map folder is the part of the TomTom that stores all your mapping data and POIs. Names for themap folder vary for each TomTom but the most common ones are shown below:GB plus major roads of WEUnited Kingdom and Republic of IrelandWestern EuropeGB plus major roads of WEGreat Britain Navigator MapGreat britain mapGreat Britain-MapGreat britain plus-mapWestern Europe-mapUnited Kingdom and Republic of IrelandPlease note: The names shown above do not form a comprehensive list. The name of the map folderon your TomTom may differ.You can confirm that you have the map folder by opening it and checking for two files - CLINE.DATand POI.DAT. If these are in the folder you have the correct place to store your POIs.Installing Caravan Club Points of Interest on your TomTom Satellite Navigation devicePage 6 of 9
Copying POI files to the TomTomTo copy your POIs make sure you have both the folder containing the downloaded POIs (asexplained on Page 4) and the map folder of your TomTom (as explained on the previous page) open.You will need to copy the POIs from one file over to the other.Firstly, in the folder containing the downloaded POIs, highlight all the files you wish to copy to yourTomTom. You can do this by clicking on the bottom corner of the folder and dragging your mouseacross until you cover all files or, to select all files, click on ‘Edit’ at the top of the screen then ‘Selectall’.Once highlighted you need to ‘Copy’ all the files. You can do this by clicking the right mouse buttonover the highlighted files then selecting copy, or, by clicking on ‘Edit’ at the top of the screen thenselecting ‘Copy’.You now need to ‘Paste’ the copied files into the TomTom’s map folder. To do this go to the mapfolder and click into it with your right mouse button and select ‘Paste’. Alternatively, you can click on‘Edit’ at the top of the window showing the map folder and select ‘Paste’ from there.Remember each POI "set" has to have both files and will not work properly without one or the otherparts.In the example below you can see the map folder now containing the copied POI files.CompletionLoading of POIs to your TomTom device is now complete. You can turn off your TomTom device andunplug the USB cable from the TomTom and the PC.Installing Caravan Club Points of Interest on your TomTom Satellite Navigation devicePage 7 of 9
Step 4: Activating the POIsBefore you can use the POIs on your TomTom device you will need to activate them.From the main menu, selct ‘Change preferences’. Now select ‘Enable / Disable POIs’ or ‘Show POIson map’ – the option depends on your model. This will show you a POI list which should appearsimilar to the image below:In the image you can see the files ‘CClub Rel-1-0-tt’ and ‘CClubCL Rel-1-0-tt’ – these are the files weimported in the steps outlined in this document. Turn your files on or off as you wish and you will nowbe able to view the selected POIs on your screen.Please note: This operation will differ slightly on various TomTom devices but the procedure will berelatively similar to that outlined above. For further assistance with this you should consult your usermanual or contact TomTom directly.Summary & Data UpdatesIf you require further assistance with the installation of POI files to your device, or any other aspect ofit, you should contact TomTom directly - visit http://www.tomtom.com or call 0845 161 0009.From time to time, The Club will update the POI files available through the website. We recommendthat you return periodically to download the latest versions.Installing Caravan Club Points of Interest on your TomTom Satellite Navigation devicePage 8 of 9
DisclaimerThe Caravan Club provides these files in good faith to assist members with navigation. The dataprovided to create these files was accurate to the best of The Club’s knowledge at February 2008,and is representative of the Club sites and Certificated Location network at that time. The CaravanClub reserve the right to update the information contained in the files without notice, the source databeing subject to regular changes and additions. The sites included in the information will be updatedat the end of each year. The Caravan Club makes no, and expressly disclaims any, warranties,express or implied, regarding the correctness, accuracy, completeness, timeliness, and reliability ofthe text, graphics, data, links and any other items contained within the information. The information issupplied "as is" without guarantee or warranty either explicit or implicit. Including, without limitation,any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. None of the routesprovided are known to be specifically Caravan friendly so please treat every route with caution. Youare strongly advised to use your satnav device or route planner in conjunction with your SitesDirectory and Handbook directions (also found on individual website site details pages) which havebeen tried and tested on local routes only.The Club’s license grants the member the right to use the information in a single satellite device orrouting and navigation system for purposes of personal routing and navigation. The information mayonly be used within vehicles that are owned or hired by the member, and may not be used for anycommercial purpose, copied or otherwise distributed. It is illegal to reverse engineer, record orotherwise obtain bulk/multiple locations from the information. The Caravan Club use complex datawatermarking techniques to identify and protect their intellectual property. The Caravan Club willactively pursue individuals or business involved in the resale, copying or publication of The Data. TheCaravan Club also make no warranty or claim that the information will be uninterrupted, error-free orfree of viruses or other harmful components. The use of the information with any satellite navigationdevice, or other device (electronic or other) is purely at the owners discretion and risk. Under nocircumstances shall The Caravan Club or its general partners, their affiliates, or any of theirrespective partners, officers, directors, employees, agents or representatives be liable for anydamages, whether direct, indirect, special or consequential. Including damages for lost revenue, lostprofit, delay, accident, loss of property, loss of life or otherwise, arising from or in connection with theuse of the product and The Data. Using navigation aids does not replace the need for drivers to beaware of their surroundings and look out for real world navigation prompts including road signs. It isthe responsibility of every driver to be aware of the weather, road conditions, other vehicles andanything that could effect driving, directions or visibility.All materials contained within the information are protected by international copyright laws. Theinformation may not be reproduced, republished, distributed, transmitted, displayed, broadcast orotherwise exploited in any manner without the express prior written permission of The Caravan Club.As the END USER you accept to being bound by The License and these terms and conditions.CopyrightAll images and the Data are The Caravan Club unless otherwise indicated.Garmin & Garmin GPS are Garmin - Navman, Navman Logo and SmartST (TM) are Navman TomTom & the red hands logo are tomtom. Any other logo or trademarks used remain the propertyof their owners.Installing Caravan Club Points of Interest on your TomTom Satellite Navigation devicePage 9 of 9
Landis Media Ltd has provided the basis of this user manual, and neither Landis Media or The Caravan Club will be liable for any damage or loss of data to any satellite navigation device. Installing Caravan Club Points of Interest on your TomTom Satellite Navigation device Page 4 of 9
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