Once you’ve set a route on your Beeline Moto, tap ‘go’ and ride!

Most of the time during your ride, your Beeline Moto will look like this:

Diagram showing what the symbols on screen mean on the Beeline Moto

When you are approaching more complex junctions, your Beeline Moto will give you extra information under the arrow.

Beeline Moto with a roundabout indicator to take the 3rd exit

At a roundabout, you will see a roundabout symbol with the number of the exit you need to take in the centre. In the above image, for example, your Beeline is telling you that you are approaching a roundabout and will take exit 3.

You may also see the following symbols:

- The fork indicator, which will tell you whether you are taking the left hand, or the right hand, fork. The symbol below indicates that you need to take the right fork in 3.8km:

Beeline Moto with fork indicator showing to take the right turn in 3.8km


- The lane indicator which tells you which lane you need to be in. The symbol below indicates that, in 3.8km, you will need to be in the left hand lane.

Beeline Moto with lane indicator in the centre showing to take the left lane in 3.8km