MsRottn wrote::| First, I am enjoying my Waze experience! I am finding that if I attempt to report several different situations within a couple of minutes that Waze is limiting me. When I report 3 or 4 different hazards (object in road, two tractor trailers broke down on outside shoulder, a car with a flat tire on inside shoulder) a few miles apart and then report a police siting and then try to reply or ping someone, I get a message tellling me I sent in too many reports in a short period. When driving on the interstates every day, I am sure most of us see more than 3 or 4 items worth reporting to others that are important to safe driving, why are we limited? Thank You
dneutrino wrote:I think Waze should block this users (who use reports for more points).
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:dneutrino wrote:I think Waze should block this users (who use reports for more points).
I think if you could come up with a good algorithm for the computer system to automatically figure out who is abusing the report feature instead of reporting valid hazards, Waze might be interested. IMO, this is quite complex.
davipt wrote: For example, were those tractor trailers or the flat tire on the shoulder any imminent danger to the people driving on that road? For example, if the shoulder is not large enough and they were partially on the road and people need to slow down and detour them, then yes they should be reported, but if they were completely outside of the lane they shouldn't even be reported.
Recall that the report is called "wazzard", not "everything that is happening around me".
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