Sygic Truck GPS Navigation brings something great to UK drivers

19. 09. 2017 · 1 min read

London, a beautiful city for tourists but a rough jungle for professional lorry drivers. Restrictions here and restrictions there. That's where you can go and that's where you can't go. Very challenging for experienced drivers who know London streets, unimaginable for drivers who are new to a London. And let's not talk about how often these restrictions change.

However, there is a solution. Sygic Truck GPS Navigation, as one of the few, with the London Lorry Control Scheme has always the most recent information about restrictions on the streets of London. With a bunch of other powerful features like parking-rest places, petrol stations or easily find your destination with a great offline search, Sygic Truck GPS Navigation is a great and useful tool for all large vehicle drivers.

What is London Lorry Control Scheme?
The London Lorry Control Scheme controls the movement of heavy goods vehicles over 18 tonnes maximum gross weight at night and at weekends. The scheme is in place to help minimise noise pollution in residential areas during unsocial hours through the restricted use of these roads. Read more here.

Some other good reasons to get Sygic Truck GPS Navigation today:

  • Offline usage with 3 years of map updates with latest maps from premium provider stored directly on your device, so internet connection is not required
  • Beautiful and real 3D maps with lane guidance and lorry POIs with a friendly interface allows you to drive with confidence
  • Profile configuration based on lorry parameters so you can just enter the height, width, length, weight and axle load for your vehicle and avoid roads not suitable for your lorry/truck
  • Multiple waypoints for loading and unloading so it’s easy to plan ahead for the entire day and set-up routes with multiple waypoints

You can try Sygic Truck GPS Navigation and all its perfect features with our 14-days trial and see if you like it or not. Get your app for Android or iOS.

Drive Safe!

Written by Boris Hasko