Aun Johnsen (via Webmail)
skippern at gimnechiske.org
Mon Jul 27 23:22:54 BST 2009
I do not agree that they bouth should be treated as maxheight=* If my car
with load that is 3m high, and maxheight=3m, but physical clearance is much
higher,than you would pass at the speed limit, but if both maxheight and
physical clearance is 3m, than I would need to slow down to almost crawl
when passing the lowest point. maxheight can be 3m even if physical
clearnance is 3.2m
They can even be tagged on the same node.
On Mon, 27 Jul 2009 12:14:31 +0200, <marcus.wolschon at googlemail.com> wrote:
> I am tagging both as "maxheight".
> It is a restriction that you are not capable or allowed
> to pass a given node or a given way in any direction
> with a vehicle of greater height.
> That is also how I am evaluating maxheight and maxwidth
> in Traveling Salesman.
> On Mon, 27 Jul 2009 11:31:49 +0200, "Aun Johnsen (via Webmail)"
> <skippern at gimnechiske.org> wrote:
>> maxheight=* refers to legal maxheight, in some countries, such as
>> there is a difference on legal height (restriction) and physical
>> height/clearance (information sign). See my note on the discussion on
>> wiki key:height - if height is not to be used for this, than another tag
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