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Google Maps now tells Europeans which lane to be in while driving

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Driving with turn-by-turn directions is great, but there's nothing worse than rolling up to a junction and realising that you're in the wrong lane. To stop drivers from missing their turn or suddenly cutting across traffic, Google has expanded its "lane guidance" feature (originally launched in the US) across Europe. So if you're headed somewhere that's in the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Italy or Spain, your smartphone will now suggest the correct lanes in a timely manner. Of course, if you would rather the app was mute while you binge-listen to Serial, Google's friendly reminders will also be visible at the top of the screen.

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