In 40 countries, including Hungary, Google has launched the Google Maps service, which features pre-installed and mobile traffic taxi for drivers. They use the same official and user-submitted information as Waze, which is also owned by Google. For the time being, it is not a question of taking over other Waze services, such as warning signs of accidents or other traffic hazards.
The speed allowed on a given road section will appear at the bottom of Google Maps in the same way as the Waze interface, and a small icon on the map will alert you on the map. The service will also be available to Android and iOS users, but for the time being, only Android users can report new mobile or pre-installed speeds.