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    Cloud203 commented  · 

    Unless there's some database out there with all this information, due to varying bridge heights, and road widths, this isn't something that "Waze" can do on its own. Feel free to hop on the Waze Map Editor and start adding this relevant information yourself.

    For example, find a bridge with 11" clearance, and mark it as such with a "Hazard" or comment.

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    7 comments  ·  Waze Suggestion Box » Android  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thank you for your suggestion! Adding EV charging stations to the map is under consideration.
    Stay tuned for more features and updates on Waze’s social pages on Facebook and Instagram

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    Cloud203 commented  · 

    They have "EV Charging Station" as a category now. Update your gas/EV stations accordingly. There's nothing to implement that isn't already there.

    If you need specifics, add that to the EV/gas station information (only supports model X chargers, etc)

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    8 comments  ·  Waze Suggestion Box » Android  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Cloud203 commented  · 

    Use Tasker.

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    25 comments  ·  Waze Suggestion Box » Android  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Cloud203 commented  · 

    You can use AutoLocation as well as a few Tasker plugins to do this and more. You don't NEED Waze integration, you just really have to know the in and outs of Tasker.

    Example: You set up a "Geofence" for wherever your planned arrival is, and have it so when you enter that "Geofence" the task "Billy has arrived at his destination" will be launched.

    For the other things you mentioned, that's all possible with current Tasker plugins as well. Still, namely AutoLocation. You can set a profile for while you're in your car, and receive a call/text, it will auto-reply with your coordinates on a map, etc.

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    Cloud203 commented  · 

    This is highly subjective. What determines a "High crime rate area"? Just statistics? Your own personal bias/opinion? When do we adjust these "high crime rate areas"? Do we do this yearly, when crime rate statistics are released?

    Or do you just want to mark areas that make you uneasy/scared? Unless Waze is instructing you to go down dark alleyways in southside Chicago, That's kind of what it seems like to me.

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    Cloud203 commented  · 

    They already have a category called "EV Charging Station" Simply update your gas/EV stations with the relative information guys.

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    Cloud203 commented  · 

    How long do "Hazards" last? Couldn't you mark the speedbumps as a "Hazard" indefinitely? I know you can add map-comments through the Waze Map Editor, but I'm unsure of how these comments appear on the actual map on the app.

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