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Everytime I turn on gps savvy it doesn’t leave it on or remember my settings. I wish I could set savvy speed to all known speed limits.
 

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Solution: Purchase a V1LE Connect and run JBV1. VR will most likely NEVER have GPS anything nor the need to deal with updating a PSL Database!
 

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Everytime I turn on gps savvy it doesn’t leave it on or remember my settings. I wish I could set savvy speed to all known speed limits.
Go into Settings > Savvy Settings, then change the Savvy Speed (Default) setting to whatever you want. That way each time you load the app it will be at this speed and you won't need to adjust it with the slider.

As far as known speed limits, I think turning on Savvy GPS Learn may be able to do that, but I don't use that feature so mswlogo or someone else will have to chime in.
 

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Solution: Purchase a V1LE Connect and run JBV1. VR will most likely NEVER have GPS anything nor the need to deal with updating a PSL Database!
He already has the BTLE dongle. That’s how he’s able to use the V1Driver app he’s asking about.
 
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Everytime I turn on gps savvy it doesn’t leave it on or remember my settings. I wish I could set savvy speed to all known speed limits.
This Video should help you understand how that option works.


But, as @Mad Hatter alluded to I think you’ll find just letting V1Driver do it’s thing with default settings is the safest option and is fairly quiet. If I’m typically driving say 10 mph over PSL I don’t want anything Savvy Muted.

AutoSnooze will help a lot and didn’t exist when I introduced Savvy GPS Learning.

Good luck and thank you for using V1Driver.
 

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