Why Is it that if your gps takes you from Point A To Point B the fastest route then why when you want to return from Point B to Point A why does it want to route you a whole different way (So Then why wouldn't it take you back the same way you come if that is the fastest way)
There has been comments made that some GPSs record your speeds and make adjustment based on your speeds so case in point... Below is an example to explain so the numbers have been exaggerated:
point A to point B via Interstate100 was calculated for 55 miles/hr but you went 10 miles/hr hour due to traffic. As a result your return trip might calculate a single route parallel on statehighway10 which was recorded as 45 miles/hr.
I think reseting user data will clear any previous trip data from the GPS calculations.
i have found the question to be true for both long and short trips. im sorry but im not sure i understand the the explaination. i ask this question some time back and i thought the answer "i dont know " made the most sense.lol
That sound to be about right Bob
When the situation occurs, the user should help by providing additional information, particularly when it is an often traveled path. My suggestion is to report the difference in estimated time. I have found that when this occurs there is perhaps a one minute difference in the trip. Then, depending upon the car position, it might be a toss up as to which route is the best (set on shortest time).
I think we would all be interested in other users experiences.
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