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    Edgar commented  · 

    Waze tends to prefer routes for which it has no information on congestion to known reliable but congested routes. This leads you to use convoluted back roads that can have more congestion and stops that the known route, turning a theoretical savings of a few minutes into an actual loss of time and sanity.

    Wake should give priority to routes for which it has enough information and indicate on the alternative routes how much information is it really relying on. A theoretical saving of a couple of minutes is not worth the added aggravation.

    At the very least an "Aggravation Threshold" should be configurable in the app.

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