For a long time now, users complain about the absence of Waze-like reports in Google Maps, even though both apps are technically part of the same company. Things started to move in the right direction when we discovered crash and speed trap reports in Google Maps in November and then in December. The feature is not yet available to everyone and is still a bit sketchy. So far, however, this just meant reporting something and not seeing what others reported. The development is in progress, however, as a Tipper tells us that he can now see speed traps on the map.



According to our Tipster Ajay, speed traps are visible when exploring the map and while driving. In the latter case, you will also get an audible indication when approaching a radar camera.

So far, I do not see these icons, even if I browse to the same place, and our tests failed to validate them in other regions. It therefore appears that the speed monitoring icons are slowly appearing as a server-side switch.

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