Eco-Friendly Navigation Features

Eco-Friendly Navigation Features

Google released a new Google Maps eco-friendly feature that allows users to plan trips with an eco-conscious mind. The Google Maps application would previously allow users to choose different route preferences, such as the quickest path, the path with the least traffic, or a path that avoids motorways. Additionally, the company previously released the ability for users to plan a fuel-efficient path based on gasoline-powered vehicles.

With the new update, drivers can now plan an eco-conscious path around their specific type of transportation. This includes gasoline, diesel, electric, and hybrid power cars, as well as electric bikes and scooters. The map will also inform the driver of how much fuel is expected to be saved on that route vs an alternative, stating information such as “Save 26% petrol by driving 9 more minutes.”

The eco-friendly Google Maps feature will now be available in several countries across Europe, whereas it initially rolled out earlier this year in North America.

Image Credit: GoogleGoogle released a new Google Maps eco-friendly feature that allows users to plan trips with an eco-conscious mind. The Google Maps application would previously allow users to choose different route preferences, such as the quickest path, the path with the least traffic, or a path that avoids motorways. Additionally, the company previously released the ability for users to plan a fuel-efficient path based on gasoline-powered vehicles.

With the new update, drivers can now plan an eco-conscious path around their specific type of transportation. This includes gasoline, diesel, electric, and hybrid power cars, as well as electric bikes and scooters. The map will also inform the driver of how much fuel is expected to be saved on that route vs an alternative, stating information such as “Save 26% petrol by driving 9 more minutes.”

The eco-friendly Google Maps feature will now be available in several countries across Europe, whereas it initially rolled out earlier this year in North America.

Image Credit: Google

Source:https://www.trendhunter.com/trends/google-maps-eco

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