Depending on the design and maintenance of the rumble strip, which is
highly variable, it could be worn off completely, but still (depending on
color) visible on the road (thermoplastic appliqu├ęs).   Or so substantially
dug into the pavement as to cause a loss of control in light vehicles (a
known hazard of ground in rumble strips and why there's often gaps in the
middle of full lane rumbles and continuous shoulder rumble strips go flat
every few meters: bicycles and motorcycles are nearly uncontrollable on
them and light cars can struggle on them).  It'd be nice to have advanced
warning in either case.

On Mar 2, 2018 08:19, "Nelson A. de Oliveira" <nao...@gmail.com> wrote:

> On Thu, Mar 1, 2018 at 6:57 PM, Paul Johnson <ba...@ursamundi.org> wrote:
> > Doesn't seem to be triggering on Rumble strips.
>
> The rumble strip is *already* a warning by itself
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rumble_strip
>
> Would it really make sense to have osmand warn about an object that is
> warning about something else?
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