With the raw, visceral feeling of zooming in on the open road, you can easily get carried away with your helicopter, super bike or scooter. This increases the risk of getting lost and the routes can be slightly different for motorcyclists and campers, without this being known to most riders. Fortunately, Waze has developed a feature that is specifically designed for bikers.
The activation of motorcycle navigation at Waze is basically the same for Android and iPhone, with minor differences. This function can be accessed in the same way, regardless of whether you started navigating or not.
: Setting the Vehicle Type in the Waze Settings
This guide covers two methods, the first of which is appropriate for people who strictly choose to use Waze Motorcycle. The second is better if you frequently switch between a bike and a car, although this method is only available for Android devices.
To get started, open Waze and switch to your user dashboard by fading in from the left side of the interface screen or by tapping the magnifying glass button in the lower left corner. While the dashboard is open, tap the Tooth Settings button to access the app's settings and select "Auto Details."
Now select "Vehicle Type" and tap "Motorcycle" to activate two-wheel mode. From now on, Waze will always look for the most motorcycle-friendly routes if you ask for directions.