How do people get on with using their phones as sat-navs? I've tried once or twice, and even with a decent, big phone (Samsung S8+), it's difficult to hear the voice guidance when travelling above about 50mph. I use a Garmin I was given for work, it's a pain to have to keep plugging it in to the laptop to update (it came with free map and speed camera updates for life) so it doesn't get updated as often as it should, but at least I can hear it properly. I did prefer my old TomTom One back in about 2006 though. Picked up the signal more quickly, re-routed more quickly after taking a wrong turn or something...the Garmin seems to take an age to do this.
That's the point of waze. It will send you on the quickest route by default, which just doesn't work so well in the UK. In the USA and Canada, where there's a lot of square blocks, it makes way more sense.
Tried it, plenty of cams don't show around here
Tom Tom speed camera is free app, shows you current speed and fixed camera
I'm sorry but there's no logic in this post. A speed sign provides information on how fast you're permitted to travel on that stretch of road. They are everywhere. If you follow the signs, you aren't breaking the law. I have no objection to Google telling users the speed limit. This system instead specifically warns users when there will be concequences for breaking the speed limit, which is exactly the same as telling users when they can get away with speeding.