zadigre wrote:Google Maps is far from perfect... but usually, it very good in North America (at least where I've used in Canada and the USA).
Yeah but USA is not the world Let's say we have a street that translates literally as "Street of the flowers". It doesn't even matter where the "of" or "the" comes from, it's the name everybody uses, and the name on a plaque on the corner of the street. But no, Google decided those little things are worthless and called it "Street Flowers". Hence the 99.9% of the streets are wrong over here. On the other hand, before Google bought waze, it was quite easy to identify editors copying street names from Google. Oh and the aerials are completely out of place, randomly, whilst the previous ones were perfect. </rant>