The cheapest route has the least combined cost (tolls + gas). It may be the fastest route. If it is not, you will see information about how much longer it will take you on the cheapest route compared to the fastest route.
Tollguru™ uses tolls that you will pay if you have a valid Tag transponder (E-ZPass, SunPass, TollTag, TxTag, FasTrak, I-PASS, PikePass, AutoExpreso, etc.) to calculate the cheapest cost. If tolls are not collected electronically, the toll calculator will use cash tolls to check the least combined cost (tolls + gas)
The fastest route takes the least amount of time. Sometimes, but not very often, it can be the cheapest route.
The “Compare” screen shows all the routes between your origin and destination. You can see distance, time, and cost for all the available routes. Click on the route to pick your route. You can see tolls by clicking on information. To get turn-by-turn direction, click on the “Direction” screen. It will send you to Google maps app, Apple map app, or your other favorite app service for voice-guided turn-by-turn directions.
You will find that depending on distance on the alternate route, gas price, and fuel economy of your vehicle, using a toll road can be cheaper or only marginally expensive than toll-free route. Alternately, depending on traffic conditions, fuel economy, and gas prices toll-free route might be the fastest route.