Curious if there is a for sure method for figuring a routes to/from miles. I have a rural area that is approx. 18 miles to first stop from the center and varys, but averages about 18 from last stop back to the center. However, my to/from miles are set at 85. I know for a fact the higher the to/from miles are the more my sporh goes up. I've been explained that the 85 is from the center to the furthest point in my loop, then it is doubled. I don't agree with how they get that number. To me, to/from should be miles traveled to first stop and miles back to center from last stop. Anyone know if I am right or wrong?