You can use the estimator in the dashboard to roughly estimate the necessary credits per day, but note that it can give precise results only in standard cases.

If you need an better estimate contact us or read through the following steps:

- one
**Routing API**request costs 1 credit. Every 10 via-points cost 1 more credit. E.g. 11 via-points cost 2 credits, 21 via-points costs 3 credits and so on. And if you specify`optimize=true`

the credits will be multiplied by 10 i.e. one requests costs 10 credits for 1 to 10 locations, 20 credits for 11 to 20 locations and so on. Changing the parameter`algorithm`

costs additionally 2 credits, i.e. calculating the alternative route between two points costs 1+2=3 credits. - one
**Geocoding API**request for the providers`default`

and`gisgraphy`

costs 0.3 credits. For the providers`nominatim`

and`opencagedata`

it costs 0.9 credits. This might change in the future if the external providers change their pricing. - the costs for one
**Route Optimization API**request depends on the number of vehicles and unique locations and is calculated as`vehicles * locations`

and is at least 10 credits. For custom packages a location independent credit calculation can be arranged. Please note that GET requests to fetch the solution have a tiny cost of 0.05 credits per request to reduce heavy polling. - the costs of one
**Map Matching API**request costs certain credits calculated by the formula`input_locations / 100`

but at least 1 credit. - the costs of one
**Matrix API**request are calculated as follows: If either the number of`origins`

or the number of`destinations`

is less than 20, it costs`origins * destinations / 2`

credits. For bigger matrices we use a more favourable formular:`MAX_OF(origins, destinations) * 10`

. In both cases at least 1 credit is charged. For example, if you have 2 origins and 10 destinations,`2 * 10 / 2 = 10`

credits will be charged. If you have 30 origins and 40 destinations, the required credits amount to`40 * 10 = 400`

. If you have one-to-N matrices like 1-to-100, then always the`origins*destinations/2`

formula applies. - the costs for one
**Isochrone API**request is 5 credits for every minute it explores and at least 10 credits. E.g. if you set the`time_limit`

to 20 minutes then this request will cost`5*20=100`

credits.