Drivers of large cities have at their disposal an indispensable application: Waze. Navigation application manages to find less crowded routes to reach the destination in an extremely short time. However, not all drivers are satisfied with some of the routes they take Waze it offers them because sometimes they may seem good only in theory, not in practice.
Along the routes established Waze, various left curves may appear in intersections without traffic lights, in which, as a rule, agglomeration is created in that direction. From now on, Waze will consider these places "difficult intersections" and will mark them appropriately. Those who prefer the way the routes in the application currently work, will be able to use it as before. Those who would prefer quieter routes, without complicated maneuvers, will be able to deactivate the passage through difficult intersections.
Such that, Waze it will only try to avoid as many intersections as possible, while bringing the user to the destination in a fast way. Currently, avoiding difficult curves will be present only in Los Angeles for testing, and the city of New Orleans will receive access. Over time, many more cities will be added to the list.
Waze tests new features on a limited number of users before offering the feature for free to everyone. We may be able to avoid difficult intersections using Waze and on the streets of Romania in the next few months.