In South Africa we use the N,R,M naming convention for major routes : N - National, M - Metropolitan and R - Regional, supposedly.
I do not always have a headset plugged in, nor have it connected to the Radio via Bluetooth. I do however always have the radio on and barely ever listen to TTS.
I recently noticed that that TTS prompts me to turn onto the 'North One North' or 'North One South' where the road designations are 'N1 North' or 'N1 South'. It's named with no spacing between the N and the 1, so I would typically assume this should be pronounced 'Enn One'.
I would assume that the English version of TTS is global and not Country specific as this is likely handled with the 'nasal twang' for US voices and the occasional 'Keep left, mate' instead of 'Keep left' for Aussie versions
Is there any way we can override this behavior with other naming conventions, or how do we handle this ?