Toll Calculator & Gas Calculator FAQ

Truck Toll Calculations FAQ

How do you show tolls for trucks based on axles when the toll agency charges based on weight and vehicle height?

As you are aware, some toll road agencies charge tolls based on weight and vehicle height. Tollguru™ toll calculator uses a relationship table between truck weight and number of axles. For example, you can see the table showing relationship between weight and axle for Pennsylvania turnpike here. Please refer to individual state pages for information for all facilities where tolls for trucks are not charged based on axles.

If we do not use a relationship between weight and axles, we will not be able to show total tolls for routes where one toll agency in the route charges tolls based on axles and another agency charges tolls based on truck weight.

Why do you show different tolls for 2-axle trucks?

On many toll roads you have to pay different tolls if you drive a 2-axle pick-up with 4 tires, 2-axle pick with 6-tires, or if you drive a 2-axle commercial truck. Often the tolls are same but on some roads they are not. You can pick appropriate vehicle class (personal pick-up truck or 2-axle truck) to get the correct toll.

TollGuru™ is not affiliated with any tolling agency. All product and company names and logos are trademarks™ or registered® trademarks of their respective holders. Their use does not imply any affiliation with or endorsement. Toll rates are for planning purposes and maybe inaccurate. While toll calculations are available for a variety of vehicles, including commercial vehicles, routing for vehicles other than 2-axle cars and motorcycles should be verified by independent means. In no way should routing be considered safe or legal on its own.