marking for speed humps

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Re: marking for speed humps

Postby AlanOfTheBerg » Fri May 03, 2013 7:48 pm

Some people with fancy cars can't go over them at all and therefore speed doesn't factor into it. Unfortunately, this is not possible at this time, and based on the small number of people who are affected, I doubt it will be available any time in the next few years.
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Re: marking for speed humps

Postby ancho85 » Tue Jan 03, 2017 7:30 pm

I also think that this would be a really useful feature. There must be a way to let other wazers know that there is a speed hump in a segment. Maybe the same way as when a road is temporary shown as closed, but in this case with a yellow dot (as a warning) and without any date limit.
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Re: marking for speed humps

Postby AndyPoms » Thu Aug 08, 2013 4:56 pm

pydagenais wrote:Simple suggestion but not in the way WAZE ask us to edit...

add a junction node at the speed bumps,
it will add like 3 sec penality to the street and route more often on the streets free of speed bumps, except on traffic detour.

please wait for an higher editor to admit it

But Waze already knows the time to travel the entire segment (including the slow down for the speed bumps). And the three second penalty gets changed when Waze gathers the data for that point.
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Re: marking for speed humps

Postby arielorellana » Thu Aug 08, 2013 2:52 pm

One point against this is there are places where speed bumps are legion, I don't want to have 3 different warnings in the same block for speed bumps (yes, I live in one of those places) or having all of those markings on the app.
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Re: marking for speed humps

Postby Crzhorse89 » Sat Dec 01, 2018 6:31 pm

I agree. Please Help. I have launched the family on a number of occasions because of poorly marked (or no markings at all) Speed Bumps. It would seem to me that this would be an excellent addition to the map in many parts of the world.

thank you for listening.
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Re: marking for speed humps

Postby Eagles1181 » Tue Feb 07, 2017 9:42 pm

I agree. Much like some people want to avoid toll roads at almost all cost, I much prefer to avoid speed bumps even if it means a couple of minute delay in my trip.
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Re: marking for speed humps

Postby htahta » Tue Jul 02, 2013 5:57 am

Driving has still be done by the driver. If he still looks at his phone to see what is comming up. He then is missing the road. Is he then a good driver?
Eyes to the road, and use your phone to guid you from A to B not to lead you. From hump to hump.
Remeber a driver without routing asistent, hase to drive bye the eye. And when he misses a hump. He knows, that he is driving to fast.

note. I also like good marked humps
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Re: marking for speed humps

Postby htahta » Fri Aug 16, 2013 4:55 pm

Just drive this road a few times. Drive it a bit slow. This way you will learn waze that this route is not the best. Also look at the map for map errors.

Perhaps you changed the setting "fasted / shortest route" in your phone.
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Re: marking for speed humps

Postby jellyg108 » Sun Apr 24, 2016 1:08 am

Marking for speed humps/bumps is NEEDED in Mexico PLEASE!! In Mexico, there are many bumps made unusually high and/or without signs. Some bumps even made by local person just only for slowing drivers to buy their merchandise. In the morning, the bump without paint still can be seen but at night? sigh....
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Re: marking for speed humps

Postby jm6087 » Fri Dec 07, 2018 9:58 am

Crzhorse89 wrote:I agree. Please Help. I have launched the family on a number of occasions because of poorly marked (or no markings at all) Speed Bumps. It would seem to me that this would be an excellent addition to the map in many parts of the world.

thank you for listening.
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In my opinion, then it would also be a good idea to notify local authorities of the dangerous speed bumps so that they can fix them.
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