I've reported an error, but google told me I was wrong. Heh. I've driven these roads for 7 years now, almost daily. I'M wrong? Instead of taking the "highway" (the main route through town - 25mph) where there are no stop signs, Google says the quickest route is to turn right, then left (Stop Sign), then right, then left (Stop sign), then right, then left through the back roads, in residential areas. Where, instead I could just stay on US41 in Hancock, MI, which only has one curve to the right (not a turn), and then turn left (the same left at the very end of the stupid-long directions above). Yes, it MAY be the shortest distance, but it is NOT the quickest! Not to mention, the 'stupid-long' route involves steep hills that are dangerous in the winter, versus the gradual incline of US41.
I think the only way I'll prove this to them is to take a video of me driving both ways. It's just a shame that all the tourists that come to town will want to follow that idiotic route because of Google Maps - and our economy is heavily tourist-based.