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9/25/2020
VIDEO: Mapping with 2019 and Newer Ride Command

This video demonstrates how to navigate the touch screen Ride Command screen located on your Polaris vehicle and explains the features each button allows you to access.
 


To zoom in on your Ride Command display, use the "+" and "-" buttons in the bottom left-hand corner. You can also zoom in or expand the map view by pinching or expanding your fingers on the touch screen display. Similarly, you can move through the map by using your finger. If you lose your current location on the map, re-center by pressing the bottom right-hand button. 

The compass in the top right-hand corner of the screen can be tapped to lock and unlock map orientation. The NORTH UP view locks the map view so that north is always shown at the top of the screen. Tap the compass to switch to TRAIL UP view, which rotates the map to match the direction your vehicle is facing.  

When you tap on the MORE tab at the bottom center of the screen, you can track your current ride, review past rides, and navigate to waypoints.

To review ride stats from your current session, click CURRENT RIDE. From this screen, you can pause your ride or start a new one by clicking on the three vertical dots in the upper right-hand corner. 

ADD WAYPOINTS allows you to mark important locations on your Ride Command display. To add a waypoint, press the ADD WAYPOINT button under the MORE tab. To edit your waypoint, click on the pencil icon. On the next screen you can edit a waypoint's name, latitude and longitude or delete the waypoint.

Click on the waypoint icon to the left of the waypoint name to further edit your waypoint. On this screen, you can assign a color and symbol to your waypoint. 

To navigate to your waypoint, select the waypoint on the map and click on the left button, which displays distance from the waypoint. 

To log in, update software and learn more, visit the Ride Command website.
Also watch other Off-Road Vehicle video tutorials on the Polaris Off Road Ride Command website.

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