So I'm fielding a UR and get a rather odd response:
Immediately I think "trying to get home, you were routed onto a road that doesn't exist. ooookey." I go over to where the address is and, lo and behold, no non-existent roads to be found nearby. So I plug the address into LiveMap and pick an origin nearby the UR. After cranking longer than usual, LiveMap eventually coughs up a route:
Which shows that, despite the fact that there are clearly roads leading directly to the destination, Waze is making a "best effort" route.
Well, this of course means there must be a turn restriction somewhere. I go checking... nope... nope... no... wait. There's a segment restriction hidden in part of the road leading into the development. I didn't think to grab a screenshot of it, but it was pretty obviously Jolly.
20:00-06:00 daily, all vehicles: "Entry only to residents and welcomed guests"
Yes, someone (presumably another resident of the complex) had coded what is probably a residential community guideline into the map.
I shook my head as I removed the restriction. Driver should be able to go home now.