There is currently no solution to get the list of websites where one can pay the toll fees incurred during the drive. There is a large amount of toll systems in the US and they aren't compatible, so the toll situation in the US is a mess:
The 2012 transportation funding bill MAP-21 required all electronic tolling systems on Interstate highways be compatible ...
I can't find an official English translation, but this web page from the Austrian government on Covid related travel restrictions answers your question:
When a person in one of the previously mentioned groups (Austrian, EU,
EEA and Swiss citizens) enters Austria from all other states (which
are not in the groups of states with a stable or ...
You can and you are expected to turn into the nearest lane. Whether there is traffic in the other lane is apparently not relevant.
The Washington State Driver Guide says:
Turn from the lane that is closest to the direction you want to go and turn into the lane closest to the one you came from. When making turns, go from one lane to the other as directly as ...
@FrankDernoncourt's answer is correct. Here is a translation of the sign:
어린이 보호 구역: children protection area.
여기부터 속도를 줄이시오: Slow down from here.
So this sign is probably in an area with schools/kindergarten/private academy and asks the drivers to slow down.
If you take a US registered vehicle to Mexico, you can drive it temporarily in the Mexico Free or Border Zone as a temporary visitor (FMM), Temporary Resident, Temporary Resident Student, or Mexican citizens living abroad. Everywhere else in Mexico, you have to get a Temporary Vehicle Import Permit for Mexico through the Banjercito website. Your immigration ...
It's simpler than you might think.
Look at the map (with tolls removed), decide which roads you do not want to travel on and use an alternative route.
A quick check of the geography shows that alternative bridges are a ways upriver, the I84 doesn't add that much time.
You have to cross the Hudson River somewhere, so its bridges are natural choke points. The three closest to, but not entering, New York City are:
New Tappan Zee Bridge on I-87/I-287/NYS Thruway, toll $5.00 eastbound
Bear Mountain Bridge on US-6/US-202, toll $1.50 eastbound
Newburgh-Beacon Bridge on I-84, toll $1.50 eastbound.
The bridges further north ...
I use strava for bicycling. I think it does everything OP is asking for.
It is for biking, but I do not think the world would explode if you used it for driving.
It would probably not even upset the records that much. The segments are sufficiently segregated so that you will probably be on different segments. I know because I did a combination bike ride/...
One service that might be of help to you is Glympse. It is specifically designed to share your location (temporarily).
When sending a Glympse, you can specify the time your location will be available for and your destination. It doesn't show any directions, but only a trail of the route taken.
The location is only shared for a period of time you specify, so ...
Yes, for Google Maps you can share your position (Location sharing) with others (and they with you). I assume a Google Account is needed for both parties. This can be turned on and off when needed. You also get general email reminders that you are still sharing your location information.
In the Google Maps application you can see the persons position, based ...
One can use the phone application Waze to see one's connections on the same map: https://youtu.be/hGDrzDw2a7s
It's not really live, it's just an animation that moves the pin at the theoretical speed it should move based on distance + ETA, it's quickly out of sync too unless you refresh the page ...