Two suggestions. One check in your setting menu and deselect the XM Traffic data and make sure HD Traffic is selected. The other thing is that you can use phone tethering. Go to the Play Store and install the Android Auto App by Google. Then you will need a USB-A to either micro or USB-C (depending on your device) cable. You need to connect this to the port beside the Qi charger. Then you can use either Google Maps or install Waze which is also owned by Google. Waze is the only NAV app that I aware of that is Android Auto compatible that can do traffic. As a bonus ,it does red-light and speed-cams as well.