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Elizabeth Barrett Browning could’ve written, “How do I love thee? Let me count the Waze.” With the driving season upon us and seniors hitting the nation’s highways, there are many digital apps for making the trips easier, safer and more pleasant. One you’re sure to love is Waze.

Forget bulky maps, looking for road signs, stopping at gas stations for directions and other old-fashioned driving unpleasantness. Among other excellent travel navigation apps, USA Today calls Waze the most handy and convenient to use. Not only in the U.S., but for seniors hitting the roads in Mexico, Canada, China, France, Argentina, Siberia or just about any other part of the globe, Waze offers the ways to go.

One of the best features is that Waze is always evolving. Truckers, drivers, GPS and other resources continually add updated info. As you roll along, you’ll be told about accidents, road repairs, police contacts, gas station prices, top eateries, hotel recommendations and just about everything else happening out there along your way.

For more information, go to www.waze.com

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