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Final Note

Waze is doing away with the crazy left turns

Kai Ryssdal Jun 17, 2016
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They finally got it right.
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Your drives to and fro could get just a hair longer.

If you use Waze, the crowdsourced navigation app, you know its fatal flaw.

The often hairy, sometimes downright dangerous left turns it orders you to do.

OK, doesn’t order, but suggests.

As of today, rolling out first here in L.A., Waze will offer drivers an alternative route, maybe like going to the closest signal instead of playing real-live Frogger or using a bunch of right turns to get where you’re going.

Me?

I just want ’em to bring back the Morgan Freeman voice option.

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