The roads in some parts of Seattle may have one, two, or three names. SW 130th may also be 141st ave and is not to be confused with NW 130th or NE 141st. Of course it may also be called by a name like "Main Street" on the map, with the numbered names missing altogether. But the name on the map is not likely to match the road signs. And I think the road department throws dice to determine which name will appear on any given street sign, if there is a sign at all! If you want an exit, watch closely because it may or may not have any warning or even an overhead exit sign - just a small sign along the roadside. If you miss the exit, good luck finding another one and getting back to the freeway. Also, you had better know the names of all the local towns because novelties like having "South", or "West" attached to the highway name [whichever name they happen to be using this time] apparently don't meet code. And when the two left-most lanes of the freeway suddenly diverge from the other three lanes causing you to think you've just missed another exit, don't worry, it comes back sooner or later. About the only place I've driven that is worse is Portland but at best it's a close call. I don't have much need for GPS driving down to my office but Seattle may be another matter. I am so tired of getting lost!!! It may be time to get a GPS navigator before they're outlawed. Back in day I could get anywhere with a map, but not anymore. Online maps can be terrible! I assume this results from the focus on coordinates now, and not names.