- Now this special feature will be available in Google Maps
- Users will get more convenience than before
- you can also use it
New Delhi: A few years ago people were asked the way to an unknown place, but now you can go to any unknown place and search for the paths. Google Maps You become a true friend. While driving, the driver has to handle the steering, look at the side mirrors, speedometer, brakes, gears, accelerator and much more at the same time. It becomes too much in one go. There are great tricks in Google Maps that can make your work easier.
While navigating through Google Maps, users will get information about their speed such as the speedometer of the vehicle. It is more of a speed enforcer than a speedometer. If you can exceed your speed limit, Google Maps will inform you to check the speed limit of their vehicles. Apart from this, when you cross your speed limit, you will be informed and the speedometer of Google Maps will change the color.
Using Google Maps, you can see the speed limit in the bottom left corner of the screen above the bar showing the duration of the trip. Speed limit shows the duration of travel, estimated time of arrival, remaining kilometers and options to stop navigation and reroute the entire route. The on-screen speedometer of Google Maps was rolled out in 2019. The feature was initially available in Asia, Europe, South America, UK and US. Later it became available in other regions as well. Still the speed limit function is not available in all the regions. You can check the process of activating the speedometer in Google Maps. If it is available in your area then you can use it to travel safely.
How to Activate Speedometer in Google Maps
- First of all, you have to open Google Maps on your smartphone.
- After that select the profile photo in the top right corner and select ‘Settings’.
- Then you have to scroll down to ‘Navigation Settings’ and then you can switch the Speed Limit button towards ‘On’.
- Thus the process is completed. Now if you exceed the speed limit, Google Maps will automatically inform you. But Google suggests that you confirm the speed with the original speedometer of your vehicle.