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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Very important. Use Waze on car dashboard screen (Subaru 2018 CrossTrek) using both my Android phone and wife's iPhone. Current display of speed limit and my speed is too small to read without taking eyes off the road way to long in order to focus - not safe. Would love to see a large, white background circle with posted speed limit in large black digits. Next to that a color coded circle as suggested above with current speed in large white digits. Would reduce to 3 colors - green if at or below speed limit, yellow if 1-9 miles above speed limit, red if 10+ miles above (or a settable boundary instead of 1-9). Can now see basic situation at a glance, and if need to read the actual speed limit, or my speed, digits are large enough to also read quickly.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Completely agree - this should be a high-priority feature. In my case, Waze always routes me through a road which then T's into a high-volume, high-speed road with no traffic light. It is almost impossible, and very dangerous, to make a left turn onto this road. Desperately need a way to tell Waze to not use this road!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    And the explanation should be voice output since the driver may not be watching the screen at that point - i.e. the same way hazards are announced.

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