Driving Directions

Truck route map and driving directions is a travel tool website, an app that tells you how to get from location A to location B by mapping it out with bus and truck options and walking or riding a bike or motorcycle.

Truck driving directions are the fastest way to traverse unfamiliar territory. Whether you're looking for minivans or SUVs near your office, company vehicles with drivers available at every terminal, or maybe even a driver for hire, Truck Driving Directions will help you get around.

Route Planning Options

Travel options for your driving directions: Please choose from the following modes of travel;
Car, van, truck, bus, walking, hiking, bicycle, scooter, motorbike, and transit.

The route planner will plan the route, taking the appropriate options and restrictions into account.




Driving Map

Click on the map to select origin and destination.


What are the routing types mean, and how do they differ?

A few different types of routing can be used when planning a journey, and each has its advantages and disadvantages. Car routing is the most common type and is generally the quickest and most direct way to get from A to B. However, car routes are often congested and may not be suitable for larger vehicles like vans or trucks. Bus routes are usually slower than car routes but can be a more efficient way to travel if multiple people are going the same way. Walking and hiking routes can be great for exploring an area, but obviously won’t be suitable for long journeys. Bicycle routes are becoming increasingly popular as they offer a healthy alternative to cars but might not be suitable in bad weather or hilly terrain. Scooter and motorbike routes are often quicker than car routes but may not always be legal or safe. Transit routes (such as buses or trains) are usually the slowest option but can be handy if you need to travel without your vehicle.

Driving a truck in the USA or Canada

When driving a truck in the USA or Canada, there are a few key differences to keep in mind compared to driving a car. These include:

Overall, it's essential to be aware of these differences and plan your route accordingly to ensure a safe and efficient trip. Visit the Canada Maps website for more detailed information on the driving rules in Canada.

The differences between the driving directions options and their planning specifications

Drive: The "Drive" mode is designed for passenger cars that have a maximum weight of 3.5 tonnes and a maximum height of 1.6 meters. This mode will provide directions that take into account the roads and routes that are most suitable for cars. It will also take into account traffic conditions and will provide alternate routes when necessary.

Light Truck: The "Light Truck" mode is designed for larger passenger cars, small delivery trucks, camping cars, or vans that have a maximum weight of 3.5 tonnes and a maximum height of 3.2 meters. This mode will provide directions that take into account the roads and routes that are most suitable for these types of vehicles. It will also take into account weight and height restrictions, as well as traffic conditions, to provide the most efficient and safe route.

Truck: The "Truck" mode is designed for trucks that have a maximum weight of 22 tonnes and a maximum height of 4 meters. This mode will provide directions that take into account the roads and routes that are most suitable for trucks. It will also take into account weight and height restrictions, as well as traffic conditions, to provide the most efficient and safe route.

Bus: The "Bus" mode is designed for vehicles that are permitted to drive on lanes and roads with bus-only access. This mode will provide directions that take into account bus-only lanes and routes, as well as traffic conditions and the schedule of public transport.

Scooter: The "Scooter" mode is designed for motor scooters and mopeds. This mode will provide directions that take into account the roads and routes that are most suitable for these types of vehicles, as well as traffic conditions.

Motorcycle: The "Motorcycle" mode is designed for motorcycles. This mode will provide directions that take into account middle-class and upper-class roads, as they are more suitable for motorcycles. It will also take into account traffic conditions, weather, and road conditions, to provide the most efficient and safe route.

Bicycle: The "Bicycle" mode is designed for city bicycles built for city riding on roads and paths with suitable surfaces. This mode will provide directions that take into account bike lanes, bike paths, and roads with low traffic.

Walk: The "Walk" mode is designed for pedestrians. This mode will provide directions with a pedestrian speed of 5 km/hour or 3,11 mph, taking into account sidewalks and pedestrian-friendly routes.

Hike: The "Hike" mode is designed for pedestrians who want to explore natural paths or trails. This mode will provide directions that take into account the trail conditions, inclinations, and difficulty level.

Transit: The "Transit" mode is designed for routes that include public transportation. This mode will provide directions that take into account the schedule and routes of public transportation and will include information about the type of transport and the time of arrival.

This mapping and routing service website provide detailed and free directions for all types of truck drivers and for walking or riding a bike or motorcycle. Whether you're headed to the grocery store or the airport, this website will help you get there quickly and easily.


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