Destination desperation

In March this year I purchased a new Peugeot 308 with RT4, which includes GPS satnav and cost £1,600 extra. This system includes a "store" for destinations. However, once a destination is in the store it can neither be removed nor amended. Some are stored as 8 figures
(presumably ordnance survey grid references or latitude and longitude), which when selecting one for a repeat destination is meaningless. I appear to know more than the Peugeot garage where I bought the car. Are you able to help by finding out if Peugeot recognises this problem, and if so whether it proposes to change the software?

Asked on 31 January 2009 by

Answered by Honest John
Peugeot tells me you can delete any references in the sat nav by selecting the ‘Directory’ option from the main menu, then the ‘Manage Directory Files’ option. You will then get an option ‘delete individual files’ or ‘delete all files’. Select which option is best and the memory will be deleted. For information, the system automatically deletes the oldest entry when the maximum number of saved destinations is exceeded
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