Not too long ago, Google Maps was an automatic choice for several iPhone users. With more accurate information and a number of user-friendly features like street view and indoor maps, it has continued to be a top-notch asset for travelers.

However, Apple Maps app has admirably closed the gap and become as reliable as any other app. Whether it’s accuracy or advanced features such as Transit, the Maps is second to none from every aspect.

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

With iOS 10 installed on your iPhone, you can enable “Tolls & Highways” to avoid them while traveling. It’s a very handy feature which ensures you don’t face long stoppage or rush while on the go. Google Maps has this feature for a long time. Fortunately, Maps has got it as well.

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

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iPhone → Scroll down and tap on Maps.

Tap on Settings Then Maps in iOS 10 on iPhone

Step #2. Now, tap on Driving & Navigation.

Tap on Driving and Navigation in Maps App Settings in iOS 10

Step #3. Under Avoid, you will have the option to turn on Tolls and Highways separately. Turn the switch next to them.

Enable Avoid Tolls and Highways in Maps App in iOS 10

How to Disable Avoid Tolls & Highways in Apple Maps

If you no longer want to keep Tolls and Highways enabled, you can turn them off.

Step #1. Follow all the steps from 1 to 3.

Step #2. Finally, disable the switch next to Tolls and Highways.

Disable Avoid Tolls and Highways in Maps App in iOS 10

That’s done!

Honestly speaking, I had been a huge critic of the stock Maps app. Its accuracy was not up the mark as compared to its rivals.

Hence, I didn’t use it much. Nevertheless, it has been able to impress me in recent times thanks to massive improvements. Hopefully, it continues to get better adding more stand out features.

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