Yep. Then near the end of the day you realize that you forgot to input one or more addresses that you drove by 40 miles ago.If you want to download a program onto your phone, go to the Google PlayStore and search for 'route planner'. Have fun typing in 100-200 stops each day.
Depends on the route. I do my route two times and then a small chunk during pups. A route with 4:30 P1 commits likely tries to straight line the route in one shot.
This right here is the most cost effective way to go. Use google maps or whatever to plot your stops before you head out and then you have the big picture and can route yourself. This way you learn your route faster and won't be wasting time plugging away at the gps after every stop. even if you're a temp its worth it to do this. gps is good to get you out of a jam once in a while or to get around an unfamiliar area, but they can bite you in the as$.That being said, I learned all my maps by a dry-erase marker and a laminated map. Quickest way to memorize them. If you’re a swing, I used Route4Me with pretty good success on areas I’m not familiar with.
Yes there is, I had one on my phone but my phone crashed and I haven't needed it since but I think it was "route4u" dont quote me on that though...also do a search on "route planner" Someone said there is not a program that will put it in order for you, this is not true...you may have figured that out by now...but I swore by this program. I am going to see if I can find it for you and come back - just realized 'sir digby chicken' said 'route4me' i looked that up and that wasnt the one i had...ugh