Bing maps sending amazon drivers through my private driveway

Carolyn Lopez 1 Reputation point

Bing maps keeps sending Amazon drivers through my private dirt road driveway. How do I get this to stop. It’s very dangerous. There are little kids here and they drive through really fast and then come back through because the dirt road takes them nowhere

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  1. rbrundritt 15,546 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Amazon only uses Bing Maps on the frontend website, not for their driver navigation. I would recommend reporting this issue directly to Amazon.

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  2. QuantumCache 20,031 Reputation points

    Hello @Carolyn Lopez

    We are really sorry to hear the trouble caused by the delivery drivers approaching some private property!!!

    You can report the issue on Bing Maps by clicking the "Feedback" form available on the site. You can provide details of the problem, including your private driveway's location and the dangers it poses.

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    As responded by Ricky in the above response, you can reach out to Amazon and let them know of the issue and ask them to advise their drivers to avoid your driveway.

    Amazon works with the following carriers to deliver items. If you have an issue with your delivery, you can contact the carrier directly.

    Carrier Contact Information

    Some additional info:

    Delivery Instructions entered on your Amazon account are only visible to Amazon Drivers. If your package is being delivered a different carrier, please contact them for assistance. See Carrier Contact Information for contact information.

    • Use UPS MyChoice to communicate delivery preferences to UPS drivers.
    • Use FedEx Delivery Manager to communicate delivery preferences to FedEx drivers.
    • Contact your local Post Office to communicate delivery preferences to USPS.
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