goimir wrote:The worst thing for me is that waze knows it's giving you improper directions, as your route does not end on the destination steet.
Yes and no. Yes, you input the value, but it relies exclusively on GPS location for the actual destination. With Waze internal addressing they are working on getting the stop point to be able to be located on any segment. I've got dozens maybe hundreds of addresses where the actual location is on a street named other than that in the address.
More often than not though, the location is at the actual address. Address not reflecting location (not a Waze problem, mind you) should be illegal, and as a commercial driver who has to go looking for these places from time to time, I hope there's a special place in hell for the planners who cause such things to happen, along with people who buy 20 dollars in ten different kinds of lottery tickets with a verbal order.