1390T Driving Speeds

 

When I go into simulation, my 1390T stays on speed limit on interstates even though I typically drive 5-10 over. So does the 1390T not learn driving speeds or does it just not use them in simulation as my 660 did?

Thanks.

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Nuvi 1390T Charlotte, NC

alandb wrote: It has been

Hope this Info helps.

alandb wrote:

It has been discussed and proven in another forum that many of newer Garmin models, including the 7x5 series, learn from your driving habits and adjust ETA and simulation speeds for given road classifications. If you do a hard reset, these learned values are reset back to the system defaults until it learns new values based on your driving habits.

You can read about it here:
http://www.gpsreview.net/train-your-nuvi-eta/
the discussion is here:
http://forums.gpsreview.net/viewtopic.php?t=6802

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Street Pilot C340, nuvi 265WT, Mio Moov 300, nuvi 255W, Navigon 2100 (Retired)

I believe it does, my 660

I believe it does, my 660 did, but in simulation this one is sticking to speed limit speeds. It's pretty new, but I have done quite a bit of interstate driving, I wonder how long it takes to build up that history.

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Nuvi 1390T Charlotte, NC

Speed Limit on Simulation

jgraziano wrote:

but in simulation this one is sticking to speed limit speeds.

I guess Garmin is abiding the Speed Limit Law smile

I agree with you on it. Since my C330 goes more than Speed Limit on Interstate with Simulation (which is the older model).

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Street Pilot C340, nuvi 265WT, Mio Moov 300, nuvi 255W, Navigon 2100 (Retired)