Do you want to be responsible for keeping the speed limits up to date the 55 MILLION+ miles of road just in the United States alone?
If by "you" you mean one person, individually, no. If by "you," you mean the community, yes.
Bad data is worthless data, and regardless of where speed limit data comes from, it will have errors.
"Bad data" is everywhere in the maps already. I'm correcting stuff all the time. My own town needs a lot of work. If you're scared of "bad data," you probably shouldn't be using Waze.
And you have to support insanity like this:
Not really. Just use the base speed limit. The community probably already understands the school speed limits.
In places where there's a lot
of reporting going on, there should probably be added better tools for managing the large volumes of data - it already looks like it's a problem.
Don't see the point when you can just look out the window, and to be fair, it's EXACTLY what you should be doing as a responsible driver.
Well, I could say the same thing about a lot
of Waze's current functionality
. Or I could say the same about the feature in other GPS units, but it's still a popular feature, and a lot of people still like it.