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Old 06-23-2018, 09:08 PM   #1
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Question Route 44 toll road?

Hi Folks, We will be traveling on rt 44 from Oklahoma City to Joplin Missouri and it's quite a long way on a toll road. Can anyone tell me approximately what the costs will be for a 40' coach (6 wheels) with a 4 wheels down flat toad ?

I'm just curious, if it's really high priced I can choose to go a different route.

Thanks for any help you can provide!
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Old 06-23-2018, 09:21 PM   #2
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It's actually a pretty decent road, as far as the tolls there not too bad I think we paid 18.00 total from OKC to Springfield. they charge by the axle, we were in the ford expedition towing a car hauler (4 axles). Tulsa has fixed some of their roads so they are better than they used to be.
we live just a little east of OKC and travel that way often.
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Thank you Skiddy! $18 bucks is well worth it, thanks!
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Like many things in life these days, the answer to your question can be found with a simple Google search. The Oklahoma toll calculator is located here: https://www.pikepass.com/toll/TollCalculator.aspx

For the purposes of the calculator Route 44 is known as the Bailey Turnpike. A two-axle MH pulling a 4-down toad is a Class 4 vehicle. From this I calculate that your toll would be ~$10.75 from OKC to the state line.
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I have 5 axles and the toll for that is about 33 cents per mile in Oklahoma.
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Old 06-24-2018, 08:23 AM   #6
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You can also get a free "Pike Pass" so you don't have to stop at the toll gates. Probably not necessary if you're only going to use the road once. I travel occasionally on the pike, and it's nice to have. (You do have to prepay about $20)
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On our annual trips to Calif we travel that road twice a year. The section of pike from OK city to Tulsa is the Turner Turnpike. From Tulsa to the Missouri border it's the Will Rogers. The Baily is from N. Texas to OK city and connects to I40/44. Even at $9 per TP I recommend using them. The trip up 66 can be really slow. Roughest roads in the US were in OK City and Tulsa. When you go out of them you wanted to stop and take inventory of what fell off. Last year was much better!
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