That's why the word "technically" was included.If it is, it isn't a very good long haul.
Aren't the good ones fairly subtle anyway? Anything that's explainable as a mistake is easier to defend against any allegation of intent.More like a driver who made a wrong turn or missed an off-ramp.
That's savage yet clever. is it really worth it? i mean over a period of time, like would the extra few each time end up more than possibly missed tips?That's why the word "technically" was included.
Aren't the good ones fairly subtle anyway? Anything that's explainable as a mistake is easier to defend against any allegation of intent.
As the author of the #1 UPNet bestsellerIs this technically an example of "long hauling"?
But there must exist a working definition... something like:I'd need to see the map to determine if it qualifies
Greater than 25% increase in distance or miles compared to shortest route
Shape remind me of many of my NW>SW, SW>NW, routes "around" Atlanta. I don't consider them longhauls because they're the most efficient and timely routes at the moment they're calculated.Here are a few of my favorites
Not slower. The time rate was usually not high enough to make it worthwhile. This is a rare one that I didn't mind sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic after a Redskins game:Longhauls seem to be all about one's intention to drag his feet, or rather, his odometer and just generally drive
slower than necessaryand longer, more circuitous routes and distances than necessary (decreased efficiency).