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.
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Still not convinced? Just enter your origin, destination, Submit and see charging stations in seconds. Fill the optional fields - mileage, toll tags etc. - to get more accurate results.
Electronic Toll gantry only accepting Toll tags
Toll plaza accepting Cash
Truck restricted routes
EV charging point
Check out the detailed usage guide to know more about how to use the toll calculator, how the calculator works and much more.
EV Trip Planner Features
- 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
Other Toll Calculators
Can any EV use a Tesla supercharger?
No, currently only a Tesla car can use a Tesla supercharger. However, any EV can use a Tesla charging station in North America as long as they have a ‘Tesla to J1772 adapter’.
How much does it cost to plug in an electric car?
The cost to plug in an electric car depends on charger type, electricity costs, charging facility etc. Assuming electricity cost at $0.13/kwh, charging up a fully depleted EV of 66 kWh battery with 200-mile range will cost about $9.
TollGuru EV Trip planner shows the cost to use each charging point in your route.