Waze can tell you how to get where you're going. At the end of last month, it started telling people how fast to go on the way. These speed limit notifications were only supported in certain countries, of which the United States was not one.

Not officially, anyway. As it turns out, Waze has been testing the feature in the States for the past few weeks. While Waze hasn't yet issued a nationwide rollout, it has started testing in certain cities and states across the country.

A reader has reached out to us after seeing notifications appear in northern Kentucky. We've noticed tweets commenting on the feature in Illinois, Tennessee, and South Carolina.

Waze previously told The Washington Post that speed limits were appearing in DC, Connecticut, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and a dozen other states. Chime in if you've spotted speed limit support in Waze where you drive.

Waze - GPS, Maps & Traffic
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