Have seen many times while on rural two lanes, both on Tom Tom and Garmin GPS devices, where they try to recommend to turn onto a 'road' that is clearly an old roadbed, overgrown & unused for many decades, some random driveway, and even where no indication of a road ever being there even exists.
Can't remove the human from the equation when a GPS is in use.
slmjim & Z1BEBE
A biker looks at your engine and chrome.
A Rider looks at your odometer and tags.
There is a back road to a ski resort near my home. The road is only open in the summer due to heavy snow. Last week the local police reported two instances where they had to rescue cars that used a map function to get to the resort via the back road. There is still a lot of snow on the high mountain roads and the visitors got stuck trying to get through it.
I have several restored bikes along with a 2006 Goldwing with a sidecar. My wife has a 2019 Suzuki DR 650 for on and off road.