Normal Random Variables - Can anyone guide me to do the rest of the problem

**A radar tends to overestimate the distance of an aircraft, and the error is a normal random variable with a mean of 89 meters and a standard deviation 190 meters.**

What is the probability that the measured distance will be smaller than the true distance?

I interpreted the question as this: what is the probability that the "overestimate" is less than zero? (Do you think I interpreted it right?)

Then, I expressed the difference between the mean (89) and 0 as a number of standard deviations:

89/190= 0,4684

but now I'm stuck... Can anyone help me to do the rest of the question?

Appreciate any responds.