Steps to avoid toll roads and toll bridges with Apple Maps on your iPhone

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Apple Maps has lagged behind its competitors in the mapping service industry for years. However, iOS 10 has changed a lot of things and it appears that there is no exception to the Apple Maps.

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With iOS 10, Apple Maps has become more helpful and it is not just restricted to showing the directions to your planned destination. The Maps app now allows you to book reservation at your restaurant or get a ride without switching app.

One of the most noticeable features added to Apple Maps is its ability to display toll roads and toll bridges, allowing you to avoid unexpected payments while you are driving around.

In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to avoid toll roads and toll bridges with Apple Maps on your iPhone. Before we begin, note that avoiding toll roads and toll bridges means that you will need to travel a longer distance than expected.

Steps to avoid toll roads and toll bridges with Apple Maps on your iPhone

Step one: First off, you need to launch the Settings app from your home screen. After that, scroll down a little bit and tap on Maps to proceed

Step two: Next up, you now have to select “Driving & Navigation” in the Maps settings

Step three: Once you are in, you will notice that the toggle next to Tolls is now turned off, so all you have to do now is to tap on the toggle to enable the feature

Step four: You are now supposed to launch the Maps app from your home screen, start getting directions as you always do and you will notice that there are toll roads and toll bridges shown up in the app

That’s all you need to do to avoid toll roads and toll bridges with Apple Maps for iPhone. This is pretty useful feature for those who don’t like paying tolls roads and toll bridges.

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