The digitized map database reflects conditions as they existed at various points in time before production. Accordingly, your database may contain inaccurate or incomplete data or information due to the passage of time, road construction, changing conditions, or other causes.
For example, some places/landmarks may be missing when you search the database because the name was misspelled, the place was improperly categorized, or a place/landmark is not yet in the database.
This is also true for police stations, hospitals, and other public institutions. Do not rely on the navigation system if you need law enforcement or hospital services.
Always check with local information sources.
In addition, the map database contains verified and unverified areas. Unverified streets may be missing from the map, in the wrong location, or have an incorrect name or address range. A message will warn you if your route includes unverified streets. Exercise additional caution when driving in unverified areas.
The database does not include, analyze, process, consider, or reflect any of the following categories of information:
• Neighborhood quality or safety
• Population density
• Availability or proximity of law enforcement
• Emergency, rescue, medical, or other assistance
• Construction work, zones, or hazards • Road and lane closures • Legal restrictions (such as vehicular type, weight, load, height, and speed restrictions)
• Road slope or grade
• Bridge height, width, weight, or other limits
• Traffic facilities safety • Special events
• Pavement characteristics or conditions
Every effort has been made to verify that the database is accurate. The number of inaccuracies you experience increases the longer you go without obtaining an updated map database.
We assume no liability for any incident that may result from an error in the program, or from changed conditions not noted above.
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