TeslaWaze is one of our favorite apps for navigation. It’s a web app that crowdsources traffic data with the latest navigation update. It reports incidents such as traffic accidents, roadworks, objects on the road, etc. It’s usually pretty accurate if you’re in a fairly populated area.

TeslaWaze can be accessed at https://teslawaze.azurewebsites.net (the browser needs to access your location). Note that if you’re on MCU1 it may be a bit slow to load.

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Videos about Teslawaze

How to use Waze in a Tesla for Enhanced Traffic Data

This video demonstrates how to use Waze on your Tesla browser. This works on all browser enabled Teslas.

Tesla Waze: The Most Useful Web App

This video demonstrates how to pull up the Waze map on your Tesla browser. It's limitation is not having navigation. However it does have some helpful features, such as: Traffic jams, Road closures, Red light/speed camera, Alerts will popup when approaching red light and speed cameras, police traps and more. In this video I show you how to change the settings and how to save your configuration as well as the limitations while using Tesla Waze.

Past Tesletter articles

TeslaWaze is back

And it’s better.

Read more: Reddit

From issue #17

TeslaWaze site will no longer be available starting June 2018

TeslaWaze is one of Tesla owner’s favorite apps for navigation, and while we think the tone of their message isn’t the best, we’re all pretty sad that they’re shutting down. Is it dreaming too much to think that maybe Google could do something to help here?

Read more: Reddit

From issue #8