For the past few years, my wife and I have relied on an ancient Garmin GPS for long road trips because it was a useful characteristic in which Google Maps: missed speed limits. We can change soon because Google has began to feature for Google Maps on iOS and Android devices.
The new feature, seen by Android Police (via Mashable), shows the speed limit put up on the roads in the corner of the app, and also features an icon to show the location of gesture cameras. Mashable reports that drivers will get an audio notification when they are getting hold of a speed trap. This update is currently in practice for users in Denmark, United Kingdom and the United States, while Speed Camera Icons are being given for users in Australia, Brazil, Canada, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia, the UK and US.
Google began examining feature in 2016, and it was only available in some areas – launch an update for San Francisco and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and recent features of their Apple CarApp app. This new update will assist users who can not drive cars with smart display screen, and Google helps catch Waze and Garmin, who have long information for drivers. I’ll definitely test it on my next road trip.