For some, that means getting lost or having a longer drive because the GPS simply can't keep up with all the changes.
Eyewitness News reporter Erica Simon compared two travel apps: Google Maps and Waze.
Both did fine for a while, but sure enough, they got off track and gave us the familiar "re-routing" message many of us have seen.
The good news is you can do your part as a driver. You can make a route suggestion to Google Maps, so that hopefully other people don't have to be confused.
- On your computer, open Google Maps.
- Click Directions.
- Enter the starting point and destination for the route for which your directions were wrong.
- In the bottom right of the map, click Send feedback.
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