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That's just the way the client drew the route segments sent by the server (the server sends a series of gps coords for the route segments). When I zoomed in, it did get closer the the actual segments, and eventually was right on about two zooms in from max.
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More extreme examples in the Dutch forum:viewtopic.php?f=21&t=11952
Personally I have never seen such a deviation.
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Very unusual. Hard to say what could be causing it, since there aren't any GPS tracks to show anything bizarre happening. I recall going through that particular interchange the last time I was in Oregon, and it's not like you're surrounded by mountains or tall buildings, or really anything else that would cause Waze to get strange signals from that location.
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