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    Rahman commented  · 

    Or you could just turn your head and check your mirrors lol. Install rear-facing camera if you're really worried about this.

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    Rahman commented  · 

    OP sounds like the guy who thinks that just because he doesn't get into accidents that makes him a good driver. People like this always talk about how everybody else is such a bad driver- but never realize that other people drive "recklessly" because they have to get around your slow ass. Probably an old dude who can't judge distance or interpolate speed of an oncoming car- he will sit at a stop sign for minutes while missing dozens of opportunities he could have pulled out into traffic. Finally the guy behind him gets fed up and simply goes around him- to which he honks and yells at the "crazy driver" who cut in front of him.

    Anyone who intentionally drives under the posted speed at all times simply because "safety" is probably one of these drivers. Someone who can't use logic to tell themselves that there is a difference between driving on a busy road at 5pm and the same road at 2am when it is deserted, and that the volume of traffic should dictate the speed at which you drive, and not some sign, is probably one of these drivers.

    Fortunately for the rest of us who use common sense to tell us how fast to drive we have waze to help us avoid getting tickets by police who have quotas to hit.

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    Rahman commented  · 

    Put it in a map chat. Its actually more likely that someone will see the little green bubble than them clicking on the police comment thing.

    This pisses me off so much. Someone at waze is intentionally trying to make the app suck and drive away users. It is insane.They already make the report accuracy suck by not letting people drag their alert to where the thing actually is. Depending on how long it takes you to get your phone out and get waze open (or get to a safe spot to use your phone) it might take you a mile before you can hit send. Now you cant even tell people why the alert is a mile away!!! What a garbage company!

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    Rahman commented  · 

    As this is a US website, very few people are going to take the time to translate your post, they will just move on. Adding the English translation would get a lot more votes

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    Rahman commented  · 

    Why the hell not? If I'm riding in a train and I look out the window and see a cop doing radar on a street a mile away, why wouldn't I try to help drivers out in the area?

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    Rahman commented  · 

    That is the totally ass backwards solution to a broken reporting system.

    I agree with you 100% but instead, why not just let people specify the exact position where the thing is! Then you wouldn't have to try and figure out which position is correct, based on which user managed to get his phone out in time (or turned his car around to get an exact position report) or another user wouldn't have to go back and fix something that the OP could have just been more precise with to begin with

    If everyone could just touch the map where the report should go, none of this would be an issue!

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    Rahman commented  · 

    Sadly the technology is not there yet. Vehicles with this capability currently have large obtrusive cameras mounted to their trunks, and still do not work well at night. There's no possible way you;re going to make this work with a smartphone, unless you are OK with mounting your phone to the outside of your vehicle.

    But a great idea! Especially to identify unmarked cars!

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    Rahman commented  · 

    I would certainly want to know where the police are during a terrorist attack- so I would know not to go there. I routinely drive with waze but rarely with the news- for that matter, "terrorist attack" should be added to the list of things we can report!

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    Rahman commented  · 

    You dont want to report at your current gps location because that means the report will always be wrong (unless your vehicle is stopped)

    They need to let you touch the map where the report needs to go! Problem solved!

    The idiotic excuse that this would encourage abuse is one of the dumbest things I have ever heard! There's nothing stopping people from abusing the system now! and they certainly do, with endless "vehicle stopped on shoulder" reports! So many that thousands of people give up on waze every day, or only turn it on when they need it instead of leaving it on during their whole drive.

    Letting users specify an exact location for a report, to within a mile of the current position, could not possibly do anything to allow more abuse than what is currently going on.

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    Rahman commented  · 

    Simply let us touch the map where the report needs to go! Problem solved!

    The gps-location-reporting is total bulls***! If I really wanted to abuse waze I could simply feed my phone's OS false gps data and put hundreds of fake reports; simple enough to do on a rooted or JB phone. Saying the current faulty system is to "prevent abuse" is total idiotic nonsense!

    Let people report to a precise location to within a mile radius of their location.

    Until we can do this waze is essentially useless unless you don't care about a cop's location to +/- a half mile, or are driving in the country where there is only one possible road you could be on at any time.

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    Rahman commented  · 

    The current reporting is a joke. It is useless in cities or heavily urban areas.

    You may get the report to within half mile IF you have your phone in your hand AND you have waze loaded up. God forbid you see something down a cross street- what are you supposed to alter your route and go miles out of your way to report this thing after you get close enough to it?

    Waze is only truly accurate in rural areas where there is only one street you could possibly be on at a time.

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