The Everett Turnpike is also called the Central Turnpike, but that name is more commonly used outside of New Hampshire. The roadway is named for Federick E. Everett, the first commissioner of New Hampshire's Department of Transportation.
The roadways is primarily U.S. Highway 3 south of Manchester. At Manchester, the Everett Turnpike joins I-293, connecting with I-93 north of Manchester, and continuing north to Concord.
While the last exit of the turnpike is listed as Exit 15, the freeway, itself, continues as an untolled roadway north of Concord, as I-93, also called the Styles Bridges Highway.
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The Everett Turnpike uses the following 'Class' definitions for vehicles:
Count each axle with wheels on the ground.
More detailed vehicle class information may be found on the Toll Payments page.