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Waze gives users ability to avoid “difficult crossings’
Waze will have the opportunity to take into account when navigating with so-called “difficult crossings. Users can choose to avoid this, so driving reduces stress, so is the thought.
For now, it is a test of the new feature, as announced Waze on his blog. Users of navigation in Los Angeles have the opportunity to “avoid difficult junctions’ on or off. Thereby incidentally are not all as hard avoided book standing intersections, but the software tries to find a balance between the required driving time and the most comfortable route.
Difficult intersections as traffic may be situations where a busy road to be crossed, where there are no traffic lights. According to Waze, a subsidiary of Google, such situations can be stressful, and it also dodging could provide a safer ride.
After Los Angeles, New Orleans will be able to avoid difficult intersections, though it is not clear when this will be. Other cities will get the new feature, but Waze claims that examines what is prioritized in consultation with the community. If there can be avoided difficult crossings abroad, is not clear.
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