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    518 comments  ·  Waze Suggestion Box » Navigation  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Carrie Sue Ransome commented  · 

    Thank you everyone for not letting this go. Please know you are so appreciated. Still no contact from Waze saying anything one way or another. Not sure how long til the suggestion drops off yet know we will continue to fight to get this added and I know you completely understand why. If it were your brother, father, mother, sister....any relative you care about that works on the white line and takes the chance with their lives to rescue other peoples loved ones from the side of the road, I know you would be all over it working it out to make this possible. Thank you for all your time and effort in this. =)

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    Carrie Sue Ransome commented  · 

    Thank you so much. I see the other requests on here and other than the largest one voted on there are not any that would save lives. All are cosmetic and trivial compared to what this could change for those who work on the White Line. We can only keep pushing for change or no change will happen. Help us be safer when saving your loved ones on the side of the road. When you are a top used app for traffic and notifications it seems like a no brainer to ask for a solution from. Thank you again for all the support and not minding my incessant posting and reminding. =)

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    Carrie Sue Ransome commented  · 

    Amazing job guys. Still waiting on some sort of a response from Waze. Please keep up the good work. So we have contacted local news and have had a great response. Fox 12 was the first to get on top of this and they did such an amazing job.

    https://www.kptv.com/news/portland-towing-company-asks-gps-apps-to-warn-drivers-of/article_19c28d12-38f6-11ea-917f-f709590ac484.html?fbclid=IwAR3UhJ-wYlYSKrmA9h5i0ujY7ODBZY9c8735l3jV47xKhA_apqyqOhDO3I0

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    Carrie Sue Ransome commented  · 

    Sorry for my double negative in the first statement of my last post. I was severely beaten and corrected... Bwhahahahahah!! Thank you to all who have taken the time to support this mission!!

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    Carrie Sue Ransome commented  · 

    I don't believe it won't change a single thing. I believe that getting one of the drivers who have navigation on to move over changes something. It has the chance to make the driver behind that one to follow suit as I have seen happen. I also agree that training is key to keeping our loved ones alive or at least keep them from being killed. We preach and train non-traffic side when working the trucks, we preach keeping your head on a swivel and to be aware of your surroundings the entire time. Unfortunately, this too is not enough. I also agree that killing a screen would be a great idea although it is not an option when the newer cars all have the screens built in taking the place of cell phones. I will not just point fingers at who is in the wrong and will continue to fight for a safer place for this world and our first responders who put their lives on the line everyday.

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    Carrie Sue Ransome commented  · 

    We are getting noticed. =) In this industry it is easy to feel like we are climbing a very high mountain to reach people and their awareness when driving on the roads. It feels like small wins when we move over and the cars behind us follow suit. Thank you to all who have helped make this noticeable and we appreciate all you do in the name of safety. Keep up the good work!!!

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    Carrie Sue Ransome commented  · 

    What a great response guys, let's keep the votes coming. Let's do our best to make sure everyone gets home safe!!!

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    Carrie Sue Ransome commented  · 

    If you put so much attention in avoiding a ticket, why can't we get more attention that could save a life. Please add the Slow Down and Move Over!!!

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