(This article is for PC*MILER route planning software customers.)
Six-digit Canadian postal codes can be entered as stops. (Requires Canadian Postal Code data add-on.) The codes are always alphanumeric in the format “ANA NAN” where “A” represents an alphabetic character and “N” represents a numeric character. Entering any valid Canadian postal code will invoke a search for the corresponding city and province name, and these will be entered as a stop along with the postal code.
Example: If you enter: K7L 4E7
PC*MILER will return: Kingston, ON K7L 4E7
For help with Canadian postal codes:
1. Enter at least the first 3 digits to bring up a pick list of possible locations.
2. Select your location from the list.