Cadillac Escalade: Point of Interest (POI) - Destination - Navigation - Infotainment System - Cadillac Escalade Owner's ManualCadillac Escalade: Point of Interest (POI)

The Point of Interest (POI) destination entry method lets you select a destination from the POI list.

Point of Interest: Press to access

the POI (Point of Interest) screen. From this screen you have three options to select/enter Point of Interest: Press to access the POI (Point of Interest) screen. From this screen you have three options to select/enter a destination. Enter the name using the alpha keyboard, select a category from the category list, or select the Franchise Search screen button to do a franchise search.

To use the point of interest destination entry method by entering the name:

1. Press DEST.

2. Press 3. Select the state/province screen button, if needed, to change the current.

3. Select the state/province screen button, if needed, to change the current state or province. A list of all of the available states and provinces appear. Select the state or province.

4. Enter the POI name. If five or fewer names are available, a list displays. If more than five are available, the List screen button displays a number. This number represents the number of available POIs. Press this button to view the list.

5. Press GO, located next to the POI. The map screen, with the destination marked displays. 6. Select the route preference for Fastest, Shortest, or Other. The system calculates and highlights the route.

7. Press Start Guidance. The route is now ready to be started. See “Getting Started on Your Route” in this section for more information.

To use the point of interest destination entry method by selecting a category:

1. Press DEST.

2. Press 3. Press Browse POI Categories to view the list of POI categories..

3. Press Browse POI Categories to view the list of POI categories.

4. Select a category.

The system displays available POI names in the selected category.

5. Press GO, located next to the POI. The map screen, with the destination marked displays.

6. Select the route preference for Fastest, Shortest, or Other. The system calculates and highlights the route.

7. Press Start Guidance. The route is now ready to be started. See “Getting Started on Your Route” in this section for more information.

To use the point of interest destination entry method by selecting to do a franchise search:

1. Press DEST.

2. Press 3. Press Franchise Search to view a list of franchise categories..

3. Press Franchise Search to view a list of franchise categories.

4. Select a category.

The system displays available POI names in the selected category.

5. Press GO, located next to the POI. The map screen, with the destination marked displays.

6. Select the route preference for Fastest, Shortest, or Other. The system calculates and highlights the route.

7. Press Start Guidance. The route is now ready to be started.

See “Getting Started on Your Route” in this section for more information.

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