Well if you use Google Maps for all your driving direction needs, you now have two options to send just the link in an email very easily.
Say you wanted to send directions to your friend who is visiting New York City and they want to go to the Statue Of Liberty after first visiting the Empire State Building.
After entering the two locations in Google Maps you will have the directions available. Just above the map you will see three links: Print , Send , and Link .
If you want to quickly email the link via Google Maps, click on the Send link and enter the To and From email addresses. If you want, you can also add more information in the Message box before sending. When finished, click the Send button to send the message.
If you just want to copy the link to the directions and map, click on the Link link and in the pop up window, click once in the top field to highlight the text and copy (by right clicking and select copy).
Now using your email program, you can just paste the link in the message and send it.
Using these two otions to send directions in an email will save you a lot of time while keeping your message sizes much smaller by not needing to send the entire directions with images via email anymore.