How does Toll Calculator Calculate Tolls
TollGuru™ considers the following factors to calculate tolls for your vehicle:
- Day and time-of-the-day: For example, tolls on SR 133, 241, 261 toll roads, SR-91 Express lanes in California are different each day of the week, and during peaks, pre & post-peak hours on a day. Please refer to toll information for your state to learn more.
- Vehicle class based on
- Number of axles for car, SUV, pick-up, truck, RV/motorhome, bus, motorcycle
- Whether dual tires
- Whether towing a trailer
- Height, weight of vehicle
- Method of payment
- Vehicle occupancy (carpool)
- Discount program
For roads where truck tolls are based on weight and height, TollGuru™ uses a relationship between weight, height and number of axles to calculate tolls. Please refer to individual state pages to see truck toll payment information for your state.
If a method of payment cannot be used throughout a route, it is shown as 🚫. For example, if you cannot pay using cash for all toll plazas, bridges, and tunnels in your route it is shown as 🚫 . However, you will be able to see tolls for individual toll plazas, bridges, and tunnels in the toll calculator.