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    Martins commented  · 

    This one truly baffles me: Waze doesn't see this as a driving hazard!?!? There must be stricter regulations around these navigation apps and devices. It should be banned if the app fails to provide a safe driving experience. Unfortunately, these feature requests aren't getting enough traction/votes because most of your user base is in countries that drive on the right side, and you are entirely overlooking your user base in countries that drive on the left, like the UK. Please don't be this company that overlooks whole countries just because of the majority of your users. The lack of ability to move the speedometer from one corner to another is a driving hazard; period, the speedometer must be closer to the steering wheel. It would be interesting to see how many crashes the lack of this feature has caused over the years. I did see some threads asking for this feature 9 years ago. This is just insane. We must do something about this. Imagine car manufacturers putting a speedometer on the passenger's side.

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