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Reporting a new speed camera
If you pass a new speed camera that you were not warned about, you can report it instantly.
You can report a speed camera in two ways:
Using the quick menu to report a speed camera
You see the message saying "Thanks". The speed camera is saved on your GO automatically and also sent to other users.
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Enable the speed camera report button
We recommend that you enable the speed camera report button so that you can report a speed camera directly from the Driving View of your navigation device.
The report button appears on the left side of the Driving View.
Report a new speed camera
With the speed camera report button enabled, do the following:
Report a new speed camera via the MapShare™ Reporter
You can also report a new speed camera using the MapShare™ Reporter . Select Speed Camera on the left hand side to add or remove a camera, or update camera information.