How to Avoid Tolls and Highways with Maps App in iOS 10 on iPhone

If you are on a leisure & pleasure trip, you don’t mind facing those toll booths on highways. But when you are in hurry or having a medical emergency, you wish those toll booths were bombarded by fighter planes. Sorry, you don’t need to go to that extreme. Just make a few changes in your iPhone’s Maps app to avoid tolls and highways on your way.

With the release of iOS 10, there are some remarkable changes (and they are good) in the Stock Maps app. Until recently, iPhone users have vouched for Google Map for its accurate information and other smart features. Perhaps, this has inspired Apple to introduce equally good features to get better of Google Map.

This avoidance of Tolls and Highways is two such features every iPhone user would appreciate and welcome.

How to Avoid Tolls and Highways on Apple Maps in iOS 10 on iPhone/iPad

Step #1: Open Settings app on your iOS device.

Step #2: Scroll down and tap on Maps.

Step #3: Next, tap on Driving & Navigation.

Step #4: Under the Avoid section, you will see options to toggle Tolls and Highways ON. Toggle both option ON.

It’s done! Now the Maps app will show you roads that are not loaded with tolls. If you want to go back to the original settings, follow the steps given below.

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How to Disable Avoid Tolls & Highways in Apple Maps

Step #1: Launch Settings app on iPhone/iPad.

Step #2: Scroll down to tap on Maps.

Step #3: Now tap on Driving & Navigation.

Step #4: Here, toggle the Tolls and Highways options OFF.

This would send you back to your old set-up, i.e. you will be facing tolls on your trips.

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