Map Codes must be the most brilliant invention since GPS itself. Here's an example. My address (don't worry - this is just the address to the complex I live in) is either:
Corner of Wagenaar Road and Ferero street, Edenglen, Edenvale, Guateng, South Africa (actually 36 Ferero street, or 34-38 Wagenaar Road, but the corner is easier to find),
You tell me which is easier to enter into a GPS, or read to someone over the telephone????
PS- yes, I know - if you are searching internationally, its ZAF K95.J6M, but within South Africa, all I need to tell you is K95.J6M, and you will be within a metre or two of the gate to my townhouse complex! No guessing of street name spelling, struggling figuring out how to enter "corner of", etc, etc.
Best answer by Niall
Mapcodes are already implemented on your device See pages 48,54, and 65 of the manual http://download.tomtom.com/open/manuals/gox20x/refman/TomTom-GO-EU-RG-en-gb.pdf