Object in roadway
Waze needs to specify which lane to avoid when warning about objects in the road. Add a lane selection when reporting the object and then add that info to the warning. I need to know which lane is safe to drive in.
Robert Eisenbrandt commented
It would be nice to know which lane to not be in.
When driving in medium to heavy traffic and the alert comes up indicating “object on road”, users often don’t see the object until it is right in front of them. It would be very useful to add a step indicating which lane the object is in (Left, Middle/Only, Right). We could then move to a hazard-free lane well before getting to the object.
Dave Luckenbach commented
give the option to pick the lane the hazard is in.
Robert Poissant commented
Pretty simple feature to add that would save drivers SO MUCH TIME when approaching a hazard or accident with enough distance to adjust lanes accordingly.
Ron Molaro commented
Have the ability to report which lane has the hazard, accident, pothole, etc.......
Ek Seng Ng commented
Currently for reporting hazards, accidents its all basic. Would be better if we were able to report hazard/accident is on which lane on the road. And have a number/icon with tbr hazard/accident to represent which lane the accident/hazard is on.
Khong Weng Chee commented
There should be additional buttons to describe where the accident is so that users can change lane earlier to avoid more accidents and causing jam due to changing lane last minute
Emergeny lane, First lane, second lane, third lane, fourth lane, all lane
Emergency lane & first lane, first lane and second lane, second lane and third lane, third lane and fourth lane.
If there is no buttons which accurately describe the accident, wazers can type in themselves
The original reporter has just enough time to log the item, but all Wazers that are following with the acknowledgement can identify the location that it exists on the highway. This will make it much safer for everyone coming behind to be positioned in a safe lane until the hazard has been removed. For example: Vehicle stopped on left shoulder or pothole in center lane. Even if there are more than one center lane, it gives you a pretty good idea of where it is located.