Once you've created your route and optimized in Road Warrior, it's time to Navigate to your Stops!
After you've optimized, Road Warrior will show you the best Route based on your parameters--represented by the purple line.
Each Stop has a number associated with it to indicate the optimal order.
Warrior Tip: The purple line is only high level overlay. It is not a detailed path and not intended for actual navigation. Actual navigation is best left to your selected 3rd party navigation apps, which we will explain shortly.
You can also see the ordered Stops in more detail as a list in List View by tapping List at the top of the screen.
How to Navigate
From either List View or Map View, select your first Stop. A menu will pop up, you will see Navigate on the right side.
Tap Navigate, and RoadWarrior will automatically load your stop information into your navigation app, so you can get on the road ASAP.
Warrior Tip: You can change your default Navigation app at any time! Just open the side menu, tap Settings, then tap Navigation App, and make the change! Just make sure the app you want to use is installed on your device.
Warrior Tip: After you arrive at your stop, press < Road Warrior at the top of your screen to quickly return to RoadWarrior
Once you're back in RoadWarrior, tap Check-In to keep track of your progress on the map.
Your Checked-In Stop will grey out and display a check mark. Tap Stop #2, and repeat these steps until your route is complete.
Warrior Tip: You can change your Settings for your next Stop to automatically pop up after you Check In. Just open the main side menu, tap Settings, then check off Pop Next Stop
General Navigation Settings are accessible in the Road Warrior app settings (Side Menu > Settings)
Here you can:
Warrior Tip: the Navigation Target determines whether we send the address or the coordinates of your Stop to your navigation app of choice, and may help you improve accuracy depending on your region. In general, we recommend Coordinate, especially in rural areas, as Address can be quite finicky. Some users in Urban areas prefer to use Address--if you are unsure, give both a test and see which works best for you.
Advice for Truck Drivers
Consider downloading an offline Navigator like Sygic Truck. Sygic has a truck friendly version and is optimized for offline navigation using TomTom maps.