This trip calculator can be used to work out how long a journey will take. Simply enter your average speed and start clicking.You can then read off how long your journey is and how long it will take to complete.
Trip Calculator Map
|Speed MPH KPH|
|Total Distance miles km|
|Total Time hours minutes seconds|
How to use the Trip Calculator
First, type in your average speed. Click to specify if this speed is in Miles per hour or Kilometers per hour.
Then begin to click on the map to plot your route. You can click as many times as required.
As your journey builds up, the trip calculator will work out how far your journey is and also how long it will take. You can read the time in hours, minutes or seconds
Before, during and after you plot your route, you can change any of the settings such as the average speed, the units or speed, units of distance or units or time.
- 13th November 2013 - Implemented Google Maps API V3
- 2nd August 2007 - Display halfway button and function removed
- 20th July 2007 - Page Created and published
Previous Comments For This Page
It works on a Microsoft Surface Notebook but you have to use the pen otherwise it doesn't work
By Ben on 02/02/2016
waste of time
Ask for your money back?
this tool is lame.
On trip calculator can it be made to provide cumulative and 'stage' distances ?
By JOHN WITHILL on 17/12/2012
Calculates your distance and journey time BY HELICOPTER. Does not, so far as I can see, fit two selected points to the ground road network. I don't need this tool to calculate the straight-line distance between two points - I can manage that myself.
So, what use is this exactly?
DOES NOT LET ME TYPE IN "Total Distance"
By Free Map Tools on 26/07/2012
not evening working
By bogus on 24/07/2012
bogus. not even close to real time and miles
2008-06-07 Långtrip på Inlines med Jonas =)
By Johan on 07/06/2008
FREE MAP TOOL IS A GOOD TOOL TO STUDY TIME AND DISTANCE FROM CITY TO CITY. BUT IT DOES NOT DISPLAY THE TIME SO ACCURATELY.
By GAUTAM on 27/05/2008
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