WeeeZer14 wrote:This topic has come up many times in the past. You are correct, that type of driving (called lane splitting in the US and either legal or outright illegal depending on where in the US you are) will pollute the data for other Wazers.
It has been requested that Waze support different vehicle types (cars, motorcycles, trucks, etc etc) but that does not exist yet nor has it been promised.
For now Waze is aimed at the daily commuter in a personal automobile. If you are not behaving like one, using Waze is creating negative effects for other users.
iamgigglz wrote:My concern is that the traffic could be completely grid-locked, but I'll still be moving through the traffic on my bike, which would sully the data reported by Waze.
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