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  Reply # 2178541 14-Feb-2019 20:57
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I've used both, Google Maps is the all around better performer with CarPlay.  


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  Reply # 2178656 15-Feb-2019 08:39
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Does Waze work with Android Auto? If yes, I may get it a try.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2178661 15-Feb-2019 08:53
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Does Waze work with Android Auto? If yes, I may get it a try.

 

 

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I wonder when the speed limit improvements will hit google maps in NZ? That is one of the major things I miss after moving from Nokia Here maps to google maps. TBH I'm tempted to try Waze just for this... 


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I wonder when the speed limit improvements will hit google maps in NZ? That is one of the major things I miss after moving from Nokia Here maps to google maps. TBH I'm tempted to try Waze just for this... 

 

 

 

 

It's pretty handy...our roads (and overseas friends have mentioned this), we're pretty sparse at posting the speed limit.





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  Reply # 2180768 15-Feb-2019 11:26
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Thanks for all the feed back guys - I think I will stick with Google maps via Carplay and yes I do prefer Google maps over 🍎 maps.

 

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"Lane Keeping Assist" (LKA), which actually starts turning the wheel, could be very useful on the open road but otherwise I will switch it off, anyway it doesn't kick in till over 60.





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sidefx:

 

I wonder when the speed limit improvements will hit google maps in NZ? That is one of the major things I miss after moving from Nokia Here maps to google maps. TBH I'm tempted to try Waze just for this... 

 

 

 

 

It's pretty handy...our roads (and overseas friends have mentioned this), we're pretty sparse at posting the speed limit.

 

 

We use here maps for our units and have posted speed enabled driving facing. Our drivers update all of our speed zones for here maps and it keeps our roads up to date. This is also for the AU market.
So if you use here maps, you can thank my customers for keeping the data up to date and accurate.

Here is an example of a correction request the clients submit. System compiles all info for them, they just enter the new limit and a comment. 





 


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