Google Maps is indeed a great navigation app available for Android smartphones. It can help you find direction, find visiting spots, track train timing, and do a lot more for you. If you are a frequent traveler and travel by bike or car, enabling the speed limit warning is a good idea.
Google Maps has a speedometer feature that tells you about the current speed of your vehicle. If turned on, the speedometer feature notifies you when it detects that you surpass the speed limit set.
The feature is designed to increase the awareness of speed limits, and you don’t need to install any third-party app to enable this option. The feature resides right on the Google Maps app for Android & iOS, and it helps you focus on the wheel instead of monitoring the speed at the speedometer.
Steps to Turn On Speed Limit Warning on Google Maps
So, enabling the speed limit warning feature is recommended if you rely on Google Maps to plan your trip. Here’s a step-by-step guide to turning on the speed limit warning on Google Maps for Android. Let’s get started.
1. Open the Google Play Store and update the Google Maps app for Android. Once updated, open the app on your device.
2. Next, tap on your profile picture in the screen’s top-right corner.
3. From the menu that appears, tap on Settings.
4. On the Settings screen, scroll down and tap on the Navigation settings.
5. On the navigation settings, scroll down to the Driving options. Here you need to enable the toggle for ‘Speedometer’
That’s it! This will enable the Speedometer on Google Maps app for Android. The Speed limits will be shown only if your area has set speed limits.