Apple Maps seems to do a bit better; except when it tries to tell me a bike path through the woods is a full-sized road.
There is a place in the outback not far from me where if you follow both Google and Apple you and everyone in your vehicle will die.
They have the road going off a 400 foot cliff. I have submitted corrections to both but in 7 years neither has fixed it.
GPS doesn’t stand for going places safely.
I don’t think I have that on my iPhone...do I?
Worst of all is when “Rand McNally” [the perpetually directionally confused hubby] goes in cahoots with google.
Several years ago we were on our way to some forsaken sector of WV to get a new futon for the dogs’ sofa.
It got dark and we were headed up a nearly vertical mountain when “her voice” slyly said “TURN RIGHT YOU HAVE REACHED YOUR DESTINATION”.
I could still see well enough to know that a right turn was a thousand foot drop off down the stony mountainside, guarded only by a flimsy cable between posts.
So I ignored it and drove on to the top of the mountain where I could see dim lights, which caused hubby AND the map voice to start screaming in unison TURN RIGHT TURN RIGHT TURN RIGHT NOW!!!
Not today, Google.