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These 2 things can be done using the "Menu". (You can also adjust the Volume from the Driving Screen - tap bottom left area and slide the volume bar to adjust the volume).

From your Driving screen (showing map of current location), tap on the (middle of the) screen, to show the Main Menu (on the next screen),
Look for, and tap on "Change preferences".

1. To set Time:
On the next screen, look for and tap "Set Unit". On the next screen, select (tap on TIME), and you can set (reset) the (display) format and time.

2. To set Volume:
On the next screen, look for and tap "Volume preferences". You can then tap on the bar (position) and test/hear the level of the sound. And/or you can select "Link Volume to car Speed" ... and tap Done.

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