Tech News Desk, Due to the high speed while driving on the road, everyone is afraid of getting their challan cut. Like other countries, speed sensing cameras have been installed on the roads to prevent over speeding in India, which catch vehicles running above the fixed limit and generate online challans. Google Maps can save you from this problem. Do you know that there is a special feature in Google Maps, which sends an alert to the user when the vehicle exceeds the speed limit?
This speed limit function of Google Maps sends alerts to the users about the speed limit of the road they are walking on. If the user goes above the set limit, then Google Maps gives an alert. After turning on this feature, the user can see the speed of his vehicle on the bottom edge of the Google Maps app, on which he is walking. If the vehicle crosses the speed limit of the road, the app starts sending alerts to the user.
However, Google Maps advises that the speedometer in the app is only for information and users should not rely only on it, but should also keep checking the speedometer of their vehicle. Here we are telling you that the speedometer on Google Maps How to activate limit feature? The steps are the same for both Android and iOS devices.
How to activate speed limit in Google Maps
First open Google Maps.
Tap on the profile picture at the top right corner.
Now go to ‘Settings’.
Now tap on ‘Navigation Settings’.
Keep scrolling down until you see the ‘Speed Limits’ option.
Now tap on the toggle button in front of this option and turn it on.
After this, if the user is driving at a speed higher than the prescribed speed on any road, then he will get information about it from Google Maps. However, as we mentioned, Google Maps recommends that users keep an eye on their vehicle’s speedometer and also check for speed limit signs on the sides of the road.