fvwazing wrote:Click the "My Drives"-tab.
I don't have a "My Drives" tab. I'm in Australia, so I'm in world.waze.com Is that the prob?
fvwazing wrote:Currently you can not get any statistics on your drives. I wonder what you want to use those for - if one route is faster than the others this route will be your preferred route for this moment. Waze routing adjusts by the minute and there is - by design - no way to store one particular route. As of the "learn my preferred route"-option: it is misnamed and should be called "learn my destinations".
(I've said this a few times actually, so I hope you guys don't roll your eyes at me laboring the point.) I drive the route I know, I don't blindly follow what waze tells me to do because it simply isn't practical. If waze told me to drive off a cliff I won't do that; similarly if it tells me to go a stupid way I won't do that either. What I'd love to know is my trip times so that I - ME - I - can see for myself and use my own brain to evaluate how long each way is taking historically. Maybe waze is the wrong app for that or I can use pen & paper, but I don't care enough to be bothered. My trips to and from work ALWAYS take between 30 and 45 minutes barring exceptions but I have about 3 different major ways that I (repeat I) choose to drive & I'd like to know which is fastest. I'd try Waze's fastest routes, but they rarely are for someone that knows their roads so that's a fail. So now I'm thinking waze might still be good for traffic avoidance and warnings on the routes I drive.
Anyway - who in the heck wouldn't be interested in historical data??? It's interesting! If waze doesn't have the resources or storage, then let the mobile app keep the data & give me a way to look at it on my computer.