jasonh300 wrote:From what I've seen, anything off of a highway at a lesser angle will generate "exit" in tts if its to the right side (NA and other countries that drive on the right) rather than a "keep". It doesn't matter if the road coming off of the highway is a Ramp or not.
That's not how it works for me.
Only streets, including primary streets, and ramps cause an exit instruction off a highway at a lesser angle on the right side. This is why we can do highway splits. If "anything" at lesser angle generated an "exit" instruction you would get a "keep left" and an "exit right" at a highway split, which you don't.
Alan amended his theory to say any lower road type will cause an "exit" instruction but that is not correct in my experience either. A minor highway off of a major highway at a lesser angle gives me a "keep right" instruction.
The bottom line is that using ramp type has everything to do with getting an exit instruction. If you use a major highway or minor highway type for the jughandle, I do not get an exit instruction (if the main road is a freeway or highway). If you use a ramp for the jughandle, I do get an exit instruction.