Difference between revisions of "Roundabouts"

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Countries around the world may use slightly different instructions for creating and editing roundabouts. Currently defined specific country instructions include:
 
Countries around the world may use slightly different instructions for creating and editing roundabouts. Currently defined specific country instructions include:
  
* [[Junctions and roundabouts/Australia|Australia]]
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* [[Junctions and roundabouts/Australia#Roundabouts|Australia]]
 
* [[Junctions and roundabouts/India|India]]
 
* [[Junctions and roundabouts/India|India]]
 
* [[Veityper#Rundkj.C3.B8ringer|Norway]]
 
* [[Veityper#Rundkj.C3.B8ringer|Norway]]
 
* [[Junctions and roundabouts/United Kingdom|United Kingdom]]
 
* [[Junctions and roundabouts/United Kingdom|United Kingdom]]
 
* [[Roundabouts/USA|USA]]
 
* [[Roundabouts/USA|USA]]

Revision as of 07:59, 20 December 2014

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Roundabouts, rotaries, or traffic circles, are unique segments of roadway in the Waze router. When a driver approaches a roundabout, a specific icon is displayed in the turn direction area of the display with a number corresponding to the exit count from the driver's entry into the roundabout. Manually creating a circular road will not tell Waze to navigate the area as a roundabout.

Countries around the world may use slightly different instructions for creating and editing roundabouts. Currently defined specific country instructions include: