I live in Knoxville (Eastern) and travel monthly to Nashville (Central). I don't travel FOR work but I work while on these trips. At my work we all follow Eastern time, so even though I am in Central for 3 to 7 days a month, I am ALWAYS on Eastern time (phone, watch, car, computers, etc). So I for one do NOT want Waze to be smart. If I am driving somewhere and trying to get there in time for a 3 pm Eastern conference call, I don't want Waze doing any math for me.
I of course realize the case you mention is true and valid. I'm just saying we may need an option to turn it off as well.
For now people just need to realize that ETA arrival time = Device current time plus estimated travel time. Your arrival time will change as soon as your device updates its time once you cross into the next time zone.
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