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==== Only collection points ====
[[File:Tollgantry.png|right]]Under this method, only a segment (entrance/exit/highway) that actually '''traverses a collection point''', such as a tollbooth, recording gantry, transponder reader or ticket dispenser, is marked as toll. This means that all paths use a single toll segment per collection point, and they are only assessed with a single penalty, whether "avoid toll roads" is on or off. This may mean that only a single segment is marked as toll, or if there are parallel segments going through the collection point (e.g. multiple entrance or exit ramps, cash and pass lanes), a single segment of each path is marked as toll. This method works well for users who have the "avoid toll roads" option enabled, but they want to or must use a toll road. '''It is the preferred method for most of the US.'''
There are a few benefits of this method, as opposed to marking every segment of a toll road.
==== All segments ====
[[File:Tollsign.png|right]]In some regions the leadership may choose to mark all segments of a toll road as toll. This works well for users who do not have the "avoid toll roads" option enabled, and multiple options exist with toll collection points spaced closely together. The routing server assesses the same penalty for traveling on any toll road in the area, because one transition onto a toll road exists for any option, and the user can decide on whichever price they are willing to pay. If this method is used, it's best to mark ramps between toll facilities as toll roads also, so that an extra transition penalty isn't applied for users who aren't looking to avoid tolls.
=== Partially tolled ===