Your best chance of getting to a destination in time for rush hour is passing relatively empty HOV trains , Fortunately, when navigating through traffic with Waze, you can easily find HOV or HOT routes to optimize travel times by adding your toll passes in app settings.
In short, HOV (or High Occupancy Vehicle) lanes are freeways reserved for vehicles with two or more passengers, such as: Carpools and Vanpools. HOT (High Occupancy Toll) is the same but with tolls. These lanes are typically restricted to off-peak drivers at peak times, although many jurisdictions provide exceptions for eco-friendly cars such as hybrids and electrics.
So if you have an EZ pass, FasTrack, TxTag, or similar toll If you use passports, you can add it to Waze to find routes with HOV and HOT lanes for faster travel. Enabling this feature is easy and works the same way for Android and iPhone. Read more if you want to be prepared in a carpool the next time or just want to have an extra lane available as an option.
Add toll passes to get HOV & HOT Lanes in Waze [1
9659006] To get started, open Waze and either swipe right from the left edge of the screen or tap the magnifying glass button in the lower left corner, to call the dashboard. Tap the Tooth Settings button in the upper left corner to go to Waze's main page. Now tap on "Navigation" and select "Add toll / HOV passes".
Now you will see a list of the most common local passports in your area. Tap the services for which you want to add a permission to your list. You can also tap "Show All Passes" at the bottom of the screen to see a list of all available HOV, HOT and toll passes. So go there if your passport is not shown in the list of "Local Passes."
After enabling the HOV / HOT feature, exit "Settings" and enter your destination as used to. Waze will automatically calculate the best routes that contain HOV and HOT trails for your trip.
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