A toll road can be a benefit and a drawback. On the one hand, you may want to know when an alternative route is coming up so you can avoid congested traffic. On the other hand, if you don’t want to pay extra money just to drive on the road, you will want to know what is coming up on the road before you get there. With Trapster you can see all the toll roads on your path, and you can make the best decision on how you want to get from point A to point B.
One of the old complaints about toll roads was that they made you stop to pay your fee at the toll booth. This was amajor inconvenience for many people, and it offset the benefit from avoiding heavy traffic. Now, though, with digital and electronic transponder technology, a lot of these roads don’t require you to slow down at all. Still, there are a lot of people who would rather avoid the costs altogether.
Changing Traffic Patterns
Toll roads can appear and disappear from time to time, which is why the information is constantly updated on Trapster with millions of drivers across the world reporting and confirming information about the road ahead. If a toll booth no longer exists, or when a new road is completed and there will be a charge for every driver that uses it, you will have instant access to these details so you can plan a route that avoids unwanted costs or takes advantage of a more open road.
Download the free Trapster app today on any of the major Smartphone’s and take advantage of the most accurate information about the roads you travel.Creative Commons: Toll Road from Stock.xchng and Toll Road 2 from wikipedia.org.