@ Uli_LH…I suppose I am using the correct (new) tread for the next proposal ?
@ Robin. Not urgent !
Only when all the dust, caused by your new website, has settled
Unless a free extra offer for all ? Otherwise could be a niceTourer web extra ?
Planner agreement to do.
Desired scheduled U-turns should best be triggered by a Via Point.
Sloppy misplaced Shaping points at road intersections cause false turn instructions and *a nearby U-turn. These unexpected 180° U-turns (sign -98) indicate that something may have gone wrong with a somewhat too hasty route planning.
You can find the U-turns due to incorrect positioned Shaping waypoints in the turn instruction list pretty quickly. For a long route with many instructions you will have to spend a little longer tracking them all down. Click on a U-turn instruction and quickly find the corresponding Shaping Point on the map and correct it. When the unplanned unwanted (Shaping) U-turns are gone you will have *almost no false turn instructions left. By the way this procedure works very nice using the Kurviger app too !
The * Exceptions. So avoid planner mistakes and work accurately at waypoint placements !
- It can sometimes happen that you are offered a return alternative over a nearby traffic circle.
- In case of multiple lanes with a passage correction by a directional U-turn. EU:Left U. UK:Right U
Tourer web ? Cleaning tool.
Kurviger Planner notifies you of the total number of detected suspicious (Shaping) U-turns.
Shows a compact turn list with only the (Shaping) U-turns and the suspicious positions on the map.
You so do not have to search the entire Turn List manually. Then follow the same correction procedure as the non-tourer