Back in November 2018, things started moving in the right direction when we came to know that Google Maps had started testing the accident and speed track icons. However, the feature didn’t roll out to all the users at that time. It only made its way to a limited number of users. Now, according to the latest reports, we have come to know that Google Map’s Speed Trap Feature is rolling out to some Android Users. It is expected that the feature will soon rollout globally after the official announcement by Google.
Brace Yourselves For The Much-Awaited Google Map’s Speed Trap Feature
The new feature will let the users report any accident and speed traps. It will be a good feature that will provide an improved user experience. The feature was tested a long time ago. Now finally we are hoping for a global rollout.
According to the latest reports, some Google Maps users are seeing a new button in navigation mode. It lets them report accidents and speed traps. Before this feature, the users can only report an accident or a speed trap when similar reports on your navigation route had come in. However, Google has improved this feature now by adding a button to report such incidents. Let’s have a look at that.
Google may announce this new feature officially in the coming days. Let’s see when will this feature make its way to all the users.