Via Michelin offers lots of handy functions but the layout really lets it down, and that transfers to the mapping as well. Multiple routes were suggested, but the cluttered design makes it hard to use – it also suggested a route that we wouldn’t consider and that no other website flagged up.
In this review
- 1IntroductionPlanning a journey in advance? We log on to test the Internet’s best free route planning services
- 21. Google Maps
- 32. AA Route PlannerIf you simply want directions from A to B, the AA’s Route Planner is a great choice.
- 43. TomTom MyDrive
- 54. Waze
- 65. RAC Route PlannerThe RAC’s option loses out due to the cluttered page and vast number of intrusive adverts.
- 76. Via Michelin - currently reading
- 87. OpenStreetMap
- 98. Green FlagGreen Flag’s route planner is powered by Google so you can be assured of accuracy and ease of use.