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Waze makes reporting speed cameras even easier

Reporting speed cameras is now easier than ever with the new update from Waze.

Even simpler

If you drive regularly, you know that there are more and more speed cameras on the roads. The government continues to install new ones regularly in order to track down the slightest speeding violation. Motorists are looking for all possible means to counter this threat to their driving license, including community applications like Waze. The app relies largely on driver reports to warn of road dangers, the presence of the police, and lane closures. Good news, an update has been revealed, simplifying the reporting process even further to allow users to share information about the presence of fixed speed cameras more easily. This is made possible by the arrival of a new danger icon with much faster and more convenient access than before.

Faster reporting

Now, when motorists report an event, a simplified menu appears with the question “What do you see?”. They can then choose from several options, such as reporting traffic, an accident, the presence of the police, or traffic jams. Previously, drivers had to navigate through multiple menus to select the desired reporting option. With this update, a single click on the yellow triangle icon automatically sends the report in seconds, without any further action from the user. The map is then updated accordingly automatically. This update is currently rolling out to Android and iOS users. For users of Android Auto or CarPlay, this improvement could be available a little later, but no specific date has been announced at the moment.

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