My route (some suburban areas with a large amount of middle-of-nowhere rural stops) used to avg. somewhere between 70 and 80 a day. Since about 6-7 months ago I'm in the nineties every day with a couple days a week guaranteed to be over 100 stops. Even with the earliest dispatch possible, doing 100 on this route will put you out past sundown most days. When you're in the rural areas, you're looking at 5 to sometimes 20 miles between stops. I haven't noticed a disproportionate increase from any particular shipper, it just seems busier all the way around. I've been a couple shy of 100 every day this week no matter what the expected inbound is. Lots of other contractors/couriers at my terminal have remarked that they've also noticed a spike. I'm just curious if this is a nationwide thing. If it continues to climb, that's going to force lots of guys to run supplementals which is an entirely different headache altogether.