According to reports, Google Maps may soon assist its users in saving money on their car’s fuel expenditures.
Maps has indicated that users would be able to select the type of engine in their vehicle. So, whether anyone drives a gasoline, diesel, hybrid, or electric vehicle, Maps will be able to recommend the optimum route for the trip.
Some may argue that fuel economy is more dependent on driving style, road conditions, and traffic density in a region. However, Google may be able to recognise particular areas in the region and provide a better route alternative.
Maps will most likely prompt the user to select the sort of vehicle they drive, and based on that, it will determine the most cost-effective route to the destination. Such filters might be pretty useful, especially with fuel prices rising at such a rapid pace these days. Maps currently allow one to choose a route depending on the method of transportation, such as vehicle, motorcycle, or even walking.
In certain places, Maps has already begun to provide information on charging facilities for electric automobiles and even electric bikes.
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