Driving? Use Google Maps speed limit warning feature to stay safe; here’s how


The Google Maps Speed Limit warning feature is designed to inform users about their current speed which can be shown on their phone screen while they are driving. — Photo by Isaac Mehegan on Unsplash

Google Maps speed limit warning: Driving a vehicle is not a challenging task, and is a skill that gets better with practice. However, while driving, it is important to keep an eye on the road signs that inform you of various rules, such as parking schedules, repair work, as well as speed limits.

In most countries, exceeding the speed limit is a punishable offence, and can land you in trouble. Keeping an eye on the speedometer and the speed limits on each road is an absolute must, but drivers can also use their smartphones and Google Maps to access speed limit warnings on their phone.

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