reflon wrote:You cannot cross that median but sometimes it will tell you to. So as you can see these examples are the reason I say turn restrictions need to be an absolute.
edEskankus wrote:Back on topic. I'm confused. Waze does or doesn't learn preferred routes? I'm finding it does not. I get options to work, but none of my "shortcuts" are ever incorporated even thought they shave time and distance off of travel time and I use them virtually every commute.
txemt wrote:After about 15 tries, Waze "learned" that I can use the back gate (and routinely directs me that way) of my apartment complex. Although my apartment complex has now closed and lock the gate, Waze does route me that way. It choses a private road and street as opposed to the primary street at the front of my complex. So....I don't know.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Waze does not learn routes. It learns destinations. There is no way to "train" Waze to learn routes. The option in settings is misnamed. We've asked Waze to rename it for... oh, well about a year? At least 9 months.
xteejx wrote:That will only increase the penalty, it won't stop it.
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