If you check the speedometer, it will maintaine at speed limit, it will even slow down to 9 mph at intersection to simulate turning speed.
If you check the speedometer, it will maintaine at speed limit, it will even slow down to 9 mph at intersection to simulate turning speed.Getting warmer.... I've got to play with my findings a little bit more, but what I think I found might explain a few things... or at least bring up a whole new set of questions. Stay tuned, I won't keep you hanging much longer.
Max simulation speed is 1 mph below speed limit
That their using historical speed data. . .
When simulating a trip, ... I am driving approx 10 mph more than the posted speed limit
Unless it's always assuming 9mph over the posted on major highways, which would make it purely a Garmin guesstimate.
Of course that doesn't rule out the possibility that they could be using historical traffic data which doesn't have nearly the same granularity as the TomTom data.
Define "historical data." You seem to be using it in relation to average actual speeds as reported for particular road stretches.
If they don't use higher than posted on many roads, the estimates won't be as accurate as they should be, nor will routing be as "intelligent".
I don't think that the 780 is using my personalized travel style to run its simulation.