NAV thinks I live somewhere else

NAV thinks I live somewhere else

Hi all,

Is anyone else having this issue? My NAV (I call her Lola) directs me to a house west of me on the wrong street when I punch in my home address. It is if she thinks my door is on the west part of my property. She takes me to a really nice house, but it just isn't mine. Do you know where I can make a request to fix this in Google maps?



SMOP | 2012年12月23日

Google Maps is probably not your problem as they are not responsible for TBT navigation routing.

You will want to report the error at this link:

psullivanassoc | 2012年12月23日

Thanks. I checked there. It seems to have my house in the right place. Are these the guys who handle the turn by turn?

SMOP | 2012年12月23日

Navigon does the TBT, it is based off Navteq data.

olanmills | 2012年12月24日

"My NAV (I call her Lola)..."

Whoa! Hey! No need to get to personal here on these forums, please.

olanmills | 2012年12月24日


EcLectric | 2012年12月25日

We live on a 1-block street. All nav systems we've ever used, including in Model S have us about the same distance from the other end of the block. It appears they just guessed on the direction of the house numbers. It has been several years. I will search for NavTeq and see if they will correct.

EcLectric | 2012年12月25日

NavTeq has our house exactly where it should be - yet every GPS we've ever used has it wrong!

jbunn | 2012年12月25日

The nav is correct. You have someone elses car.

psullivanassoc | 2012年12月25日

@olanmills - My wife and I call our of our NAVs Lola. I couldn't tell you why. :)

@jubunn - You might be right. The garage at the house it takes me too is much bigger and nicer. I am sure my car just wants to live there.

It is kind of odd. When I turn on my street "Lola" tells me I have entered a dead end street and to turn around. I guess I better get a nicer house.

This is the only NAV I have had that can't find my house out of an Acura, Prius, and Mercedes. Good thing I know where I live.

Robert22 | 2012年12月25日

Ah.....but will you be so sure when drunk, call Navteq.