Slow down & move over warning for Emergeny Responders
Warn motorists of Emergency Responders (police cars, tow trucks, ambulances) with a Slow Down Move Over warning. Lives are being lost at alarming rates and any support of the move over laws are greatly appreciated.
Already implemented for report crash or police. Maybe emergency services could be added.
1) emergency vehicles are fitted with LOUD sirens if you ear them you should be moving over
2) at any point on a map emergency vehicles will be present for 5min or less by the time the report is made would have passed
3)cannot predict reliably know the route of emergency vehicles.
1) Get agreement from emergency services to publish their route on waze and alert users based on route.
2)Add emergency vehicle flag to the police flag.
Agree a better solution is needed. But i don't think Waze can fix the issue.
Georgie Rivera DymsTowing commented
Very important we what to get to or family
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Billy Gallagher commented
Cut it out with the dang ads. I'll be finagling my map *while driving* because there's an ad for McDonald's 16 miles away. The app tells us specifically "NOT" to Waze and drive. I am trying not to, truly.
"You can always pay for the premium ad free ap!" Ya well, I could always switch back to Google maps too.
Garrett Popovich commented
This should be an audible and visual warning to Move over and slow down for emergency responders! HAAS Alerts do not do that
Carl Moen commented
Slow down move over alerts directly from Waze rather than purchasing a 3rd party device. Permit emergency vehicle icons for fire, ems, tow etc that can be active at all times
Tom Parbs commented
This is already being done and has been done since 2015, by the leader in Slow Down and Move Alerts for Towing and Roadside companies- HAAS Alert
Towers and Roadside companies can easily have this ability- just reach out to HAAS Alert.
Considering there is a move over law in every state this is a MUST in the USA!
I absolutely agree! This is a must have for the US
Keto BFray commented
I always wondered why radar detectors didn't have some system with ambulance, police and fire vehicles broadcasting some special radar signal that would alert motorist ahead of them when they had their lights and/or sirens engaged. Could help warn people to move over and look out for emergency vehicles.
Stephen Seaton commented
Add an emergency vehicle icon , Such as the Hazard, Police, Crash Icons. Have the voice tell people to evacuate the lane and to slow down. Allow Emergency Responders and also Tow Trucks the ability to add to it map quickly. Help us get home safely, one step at a time. Could be your family we are assisting. I'll be glad to have you ride along if you need some reference materials!
Richard Martin commented
If you have a difficult or or have your car and difficult situation James a driver from Pepe's is your man for the job very professional very knowledgeable and he handled a very delicate situation for me with all the expertise of the best tour out there. I know I used to tow just thought I'd let this out
Linda Garcia commented
Yes yes yes!
it should be a law across the country
make it a law if people dont move over pull there ass's over
Joshua Danielowski commented
Similar idea: Have the ability to specify is there is a person in the area. For example, add a separate construction option with the ability to report either an active construction zone (people working), an inactive construction zone (Nighttime, no workers present) and to specify lane closures due to construction (Right lane, Middle lane, left lane closed).
In addition, allow the user to specify if a vehicle or cop on the side of the road is sitting abandoned (no one around)/enforcing the speed limit (Not pulling anyone over) or if a car is newly broken down (people around)/a cop writing a ticket (lights on, out of vehicle).
Yes Yes Yes!