- “Navigation” - Initiates a navigation dialogue and shows examples of commands.
- "Take me home" - Guidance is given to the Home position.
- "Go to [City]" - Specifies a city as a destination. Example "Drive to London".
- "Go to [Address]" - Specifies an address as a destination. An address must contain city and street. Example "Drive to 5 King's Road, London".
- "Add intersection" - Starts a dialogue where two streets must be specified. The intersection point of the specified streets then becomes the destination.
- "Go to [Post code]" - Specifies a post code as a destination. Example "Drive to 1 2 3 4 5".
- "Go to [contact]" - Specifies an address from the phone book as a destination. Example "Drive to Robyn Smith".
- "Search [POI category]" - Searches for adjacent points of interest (POI) within a certain category (e.g. restaurants)2. To have the list sorted along the route - say "Along the route" when the results list is shown.
- "Search [POI category] in [City]" - Searches for points of interest (POI) within a certain category and city. The list of results is sorted according to the city's central point. Example "Search for restaurant in London".
- "Search [POI name]". Example "Search Kielder Forest".
- "Change country/Change state3,4" - Changes the search area for navigation.
- "Show favourites" - Shows favourited positions in the driver display.
- "Clear itinerary" - Erases all the stored intermediate destinations and final destination in an itinerary.
- "Repeat voice guidance" - Repeats the last spoken guidance.
- "Turn off voice guidance" - Switches off voice guidance.
- "Turn on voice guidance" - Starts the switched-off voice guidance.
When an address is entered, the search area is defined as the search area preset in the navigation system. It is possible to switch to a different search area. If the new search area uses a different language to the selected system language, the system will automatically switch to a different recognition engine. Therefore, state the address in the language used in the new search area.