I use YOURS API to obtain the car path between two points but now it doesn't work. The default example in wikipedia doesn't work:

http://www.yournavigation.org/api/1.0/gosmore.php?format=kml&flat=52.215676&flon=5.963946&tlat=52.2573&tlon=6.1799&v=motorcar&fast=1&layer=mapnik

this example dosn't work!! Anyone can help me? It's only my problem or for all?

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In general, please avoid telling "doesn't work" in error descriptions without explaining what exactly does not work. What did you expect and what is actually returned as result? That would make the problem easier to understand.

(07 Sep '14, 23:18) aseerel4c26 ♦

This help forum is not intended for offering help for all services that use OSM data. For this problem, you should contact the developers of Your Navigation

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For more information, questions/feedback or want to lend a helping hand please visit the OpenStreetMap forum or send me a message through the OSM messaging function. If you do not have an OpenStreetMap account email me directly: osm at na1400 dot info.

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