Finding your way around Malaysian roads can be a frustrating experience; for the road signs often state the same location times over, connecting you through a longer route if you choose the wrong exit. Putting yourself in this stressful situation tenfold won’t do any favours for your health, so Google has decided to ease that burden off your shoulders for a bit by adding lane guidance for Malaysian public roads.
Featured on the Maps app (pre-installed on Android) but available here for iOS, the add-on helps you stay on the right lane so no missed or wrong exits are taken in the process. No longer will you have those last second moments to switch from the opposite end of lanes just to make it to where you’re heading to.
Accessing the lane guidance is similar to just using the turn-by-turn Navigation already present on the application. Type in your location and tap on the Navigation icon to get voice assisted directions with lane guidance. Do note that Google mentioned that it’ll cover MOST public roads but be prepared that it might not support wherever you’re heading to, at least not yet. Knowing them, they’ll continue to add to the existing roads already supported to ensure Malaysian can rest easy while travelling and paying (more expensive) tolls.
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