Unfortunately when your stop count goes up your allowances go down. They call it density. It is assumed you can do the stops alot faster because they assume they are closer together. You know what the real meaning of assume is right?
I think you're also assuming how the allowances work.
My understanding of the system is that you get:
- An allowance for each stop delivered.
- An allowance for each package.
- Some additional allowances that are dependant on what you do (COD for instance)
- A to / from allowance to travel to and from the area.
- A travel allowance for the miles driven on area.
Density doesn't really change the allowance. Its true however, that if you have more stops, you'll deliver more stops per mile, right? The allowance however is based on the miles you drive, and not the density.
BTW, many of the allowances are dependent on which unit you pickup or deliver in, but they are fixed for the unit.
I think I'm right. If someone with more knowledge can chime in that would be good....