Several years ago I covered a route with a truck with a bad odometer. It read 30 or so more miles a day then it should. The bid driver would estimate his miles everyday to avoid running 2 or more hours under. The route was a ball buster and I worked to 8:45-9:00 every night on it. I eventually got fed up with it and filed 9.5 on it. When I did that, they made a comment about the miles being too high and they took the truck off the route. Now in present time, I'm the bid driver on this route and the truck made it back to me. I went from running 1.5 to 1.75 hours over to right at scratch because of the increase in miles. (For the record, that much over allowed is fine on this route because of a terrible time allowance. They go by sporh.) Management has to be aware of the miles on this truck because it's a very old truck and has bounced from route to route. I enter the exact miles on the odometer every day so I'm not worried about an integrity issue. My question is that we're now starting Orion, and obviously it only cares about miles. Am I going to be hurting myself down the road by setting up the route with this truck?