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The limo driver John dignity and getting his customers to New York City fast.
Is this top priority how fast -- John big John is the fastest he gets me they're so fast it's incredible.
-- every day -- -- with multiple choices.
And a wrong one could -- him.
There are five different highways into the city and almost always one of them has traffic.
-- one if not more.
The amount of cars on the road today is.
Nowadays man has a way to beat the traffic heavy traffic reported ahead it's an app called ways -- goal and -- goes.
He says its traffic -- is so accurate it always finds the fastest route.
My customers -- -- today they're thrilled with the give me the most direct route to the airport.
GPS devices from Garmin and Magellan also have traffic and -- But from street sensors which can be hours old.
-- gets it's traffic data in real time from other ways users making it incredibly accurate.
What's more the more people who use weighs.
More accurate it becomes.
Getting a signal from everyone -- -- on the road so all you have to do again is turning on and drive and you're already helping.
Help everyone that's on the road.
-- -- Eisner is from ways which was recently purchased by Google for close to a billion dollars she says ways now has more than seventy million users worldwide.
We have lots of information very accurate information.
About it's not just the speeds up the road but is there an accident is there -- -- how things changed since you left your house.
-- days also allows users to mark traffic cams and speed traps police reported ahead.
A feature that's drawing the ire from some and law enforcement.
But not from everyone something.
And tells me ways has saved you more than a few speeding tickets.
-- It has a with the speed traps and a mile in advance and Dillard stated to police activity ahead.
Enough time for Dayton and to hit the brakes and save both money and time.
In Westchester county New York Douglas Kennedy and Fox News.
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