Google Maps will show you how fast you’re driving

At times that lead foot of yours can push you into difficulty. When you’re cruising down the highway, you may not think to check in case you’re going over as far as possible. Luckily, on the off chance that you use Google Maps while you drive, you can watch out for how quick you’re going with the speedometer tool built into navigation. Truly, we realize your vehicle as of now has one, yet the Google Maps speedometer changes hues when you’re going over as far as possible, making it simpler to see from your peripherals – in light of the fact that shooting your eyes forward and backward between the app and your dashboard is perilous.

Google likewise has speed limit pointers and speed camera alarms, so ensure you’re checking those, as well.

Google revealed the speedometer in Maps to all Android clients – so in the event that you use Google Maps on your iPhone, you won’t see it yet. You can check the Maps app settings to check whether you have it. We additionally reveal to you how to report a speed camera trap and an incident like a traffic jam.

How to use speedometer

Turn on the speedometer

1. Open your Google Maps app.

2. Tap on the three stacked lines and scroll down to the bottom of your screen.

3. Select Settings.

4. Tap Navigation Settings.

5. Scroll down to the Driving Options menu and slide the toggle on for Speedometer. If you don’t see this option, you probably don’t have this new feature yet.

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Report a speed camera trap

1. Open your Google Maps app.

2. Type in your destination to start navigating — you can only report the speed cameras if you’re in navigation mode.

3. Tap the speech bubble icon with the plus sign.

4. Select Mobile speed camera.

5. A pop-up message will appear that says, “Adding mobile speed camera to the map.”

6. If you didn’t mean to report anything, you have a few seconds to cancel by tapping the circle that says Undo.

Report an incident, like a car crash or a traffic jam

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1. Open your Google Maps app.

2. Type in your destination to start navigating — you can only report incidents if you’re in navigation mode.

3. When you’re on the road and you see a wreck or a slowdown, tap the speech bubble icon with the plus sign.

4. Tap Add a report.

5. Select crash or slowdown. A message will appear that says “Adding [crash, slowdown] to the map.” You can click Undo if you don’t want to send it.

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