Google Driving Directions

Get FREE Driving Directions between any point shown on Google Maps™ or Bing Maps™ and follow the turn-by-turn directions displayed near their interactive map.

Are you looking for traffic information? Click here for a Google traffic conditions map.

Google Maps is a free desktop/mobile web mapping service developed by Google. Google Maps offers dynamic satellite imagery (high-resolution imagery of cities mostly taken from satellites), street maps, panoramic views of streets (called Street View service: provides 360° panoramic street-level views of various locations), real-time traffic conditions (called Google Traffic: traffic data in real-time, using 4 colored lines on the map as an overlay to display the speed of vehicles on particular roads), and route planning (called Google Driving Directions in the US.).

Google provides a route planner service by clicking “Get Directions” on this page. With this tool, Google Map users can plan their routes up to four modes of transportation depending on driving, public transit, walking, and bicycling.

Use this tool on the left side of the map to get accurate directions between any points using Google Maps. Just enter a city, a zip code, or an address above in both the From (A) and the To (B) address text fields. Click the Get Directions button, and the map will display the best route you need to take to get from your starting point to your desired destination. The turn-by-turn directions will also be displayed near the Google Map and contain the distance and approximate time it will take to get from one location to another.

Google Maps, in combination with Google Street View, issues such as parking, turning lanes, and one-way streets can be viewed before traveling. Still, it is also a viral tool worldwide to avoid tolls and highways during car travel. Read more about Google maps here on Wikipedia.

Other free maps you may be interested in are Google Maps, Bing Maps, Bing Driving Directions, or Driving Directions Canada.