Shaigan wrote:The law says :
During 4 km long, there is an alert on freeways to say there is a danger inside
During 2 km long, there is an alert on off-town roads to say there is a danger inside
During 300 m long, there is an alert on city-roads to say there is a danger inside
A danger could be a speedlimit change, a speedtrap, a big turn... But, the words "speedtrap" and "police" are now forbidden in a navigation system; and the position can't be mentionned, it should be an interval, a distance where the "danger" inside (4km, 2km or 300m in function of the road type)
Autourdupc wrote:Now the problem is that waze seem to be forbiden in France.
In a first time, I think that a "Quick Shutdown button" is a temporary solution... And then we will need a software modification...
RallyChris wrote:But maybe as a stopgap, you turn off the display of the human based reports (hazards, police, chit chat). Yes you can still access them, but it can show that you at least attempted to not take advantage of it.
xteejx wrote:Agreed. Might need to email Waze HQ as they're probably not aware of the new legislation.
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