Manual - Using CheckPOInt
When you start CheckPOInt, it will appear as a little icon in the lower right corner of your Pocket PC's "today" screen:
By tapping on the icon with your stylus, CheckPOInt's menu will appear:
The menu options are discussed on the following pages.
Once you start driving and approach a POI, the TomTom Navigator window will look like this:
On your screen you'll see:
A special feature of CheckPOInt is that it supports
speed traps that check your average speed over a number of kilometers.
As long as you approach a section camera , CheckPOInt handles it the same way it handles any other type of POI:
But once you've passed the section camera, CheckPOInt starts measuring your average speed, and shows it in a window in the upper left corner of the screen:
When your average speed is higher than the speed limit you specified in the overlay settings of the section camera, then CheckPOInt will play the sound file you specified in the same overlay settings. As long as your speed stays higher than the specified speed limit, CheckPOInt will repeat playing the sound file as often as you specified in the section settings of the section camera.
Once you've passed the next section camera, CheckPOInt assumes that
the distance over which your average speed was checked has been completed and
stops measuring your average speed.