EV Trip Planner -‌  Charging Stations, Routes and Tolls

Looking for EV routing on Google Maps? Use the EV Trip Planner! See all the EV charging stations and superchargers on map with details – brand, connector type, level, cost, power feed, access time and contact. Also see toll plazas, tags – E-ZPass, SunPass, FasTrak, TxTag -l discounts. Travel on the cheapest or fastest routes to your destination. For Tesla, Chevy Bolt, Ford Mustang Mach-E, Nissan Leaf etc. across the US and Canada toll roads, turnpikes, expressways, express lanes, highways, bridges, and tunnels.

Business? Integrate Toll API for pre-trip, on-trip and post-trip toll and route information.

Still not convinced? Just enter your origin, destination, Submit and see tolls in seconds. Fill the optional fields - mileage, toll tags etc. - to get more accurate results.

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  • Charging stations on map
  • Number of connectors
  • Charging point’s brand
  • Connector type
  • Cost of charging
  • Power feed type
  • Access time & contact
  • Cheapest and Fastest routes
  • Reorder stops (Traveling salesman problem)
  • Toll plaza on map
  • Toll rate for each plaza

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US Toll Calculator — See Toll Plaza Locations, Toll Rates, Toll Tags, and more


You can calculate tolls for your trip using TollGuru Toll Calculator app. Specify origin and destination, and choose your vehicle type, toll tags, departure time, and more. The mobile app is available for iOS and Android.

Try the TollGuru Toll Calculator

The toll payment method in the US depends upon the facility type. It can include Transponder, Cash, License plate or Video toll, Credit card, and Prepaid card.
A valid tag transponder for the state is the preferred option as most of the toll facilities are cashless.

Learn more about payment methods

Out of the 50, 37 US states have toll booths for turnpikes, bridges, or other toll facilities. The major ones include New York, New Jersey, Florida, California, Texas, and Puerto Rico territory. 13 of the US states and the District of Columbia do not have any toll roads.

Check which states have toll booths