What Makes Sygic Truck So Specific?
- TRUCK SETTINGS
One of the specific features for this application are the truck settings. In Menu > Settings > Truck settings you may set the parameters of your truck. Route will be then calculated based on your set parameters.
Once you have set your truck settings and you calculate some route, the route will be calculated based on the parameters you have inserted and the restrictions in the map data.
On the following pictures, you may see the difference on the same route (Debrecen, HU -> Den Helder, NL). The first one is calculated with the truck attributes, the second is calculated without truck attributes.
Most centers of the cities will act like No-Drive zone, unless you have drop zone inside.
In case there would be a time interval for the drop zone (e.g. from 07:00 – 09:00) and you will plan a route in an evening hours, you will be asked to select different destination and if you would refuse, it will navigate you to the closes point possible.
However if you will plan the route and you will arrive to the destination within the time interval, you will be able to reach it.
Please note that if there is required some kind of special permission to access the drop zone in the center of the town, navigation will automatically assume that you have it.
You may also set if your truck load is hazardous (explosive or harmful to water). Each of these options will affect the calculated route. As for example, you may see on the following pictures route with explosive materials, where the algorithm has avoided tunnel and without explosive materials, where the route was calculated through the tunnel.