Forums Western Europe Norway The Fredrikstad Bridge

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  • Roy Kjellin

    The new map released on jul 2017 is wrong as I told you on the last map before. It wants to turn off the bridge at a height at 20 meters to turn in to the road below called Spinnerikroken, before you are finished driving down the bridge. I told you this on the last map and you promised to fix it on the next, but so you did not. It is so sad that wrong things that we as customers report to you is not fixed. Shame on you. The car must follow the bridge down to the end, before it can turn in to a new road.
    Roy Kjellin

    Gordon HERE Map Master (Ambassador)

    the maps relesed by GPS providers can be upto a year old, it is never the date they state it is.
    After HERE supply map data to providers it takes a minimum of 3 months to convert the files then another 2 months to compile the maps before they are released. It can take anything from 3 months to 1 year for maps to come into public use. So even if your map days says 2017 there is a very good chance it could be late 2015/early 2016 map data your viewing.
    2017 Q2 maps will be data from roughly March 2016 or earlier.

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