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Old 09-27-2018, 05:44 PM   #1
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RVTW Reverse Route

Can a planed route be reversed without dragging each stop individually. Because of late delivery of my motorhome l need to drive my original route in reverse and drop a couple of the original camp grounds off of my itinerary.
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The only place I have ever seent that is in Google Maps. Sorry.
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Old 09-27-2018, 06:05 PM   #3
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Here's something you could try that might keep you from having to manually recreate the entire trip in reverse. First off, make a copy of the trip, just in case it gets a little goofy with this procedure. To make a copy, click the wrench icon at the top of the Trip menu on the left, and choose Copy Trip.

So the thought I had was to scroll to the bottom of the Trip menu, past your last stop. Click on the Round Trip Options button just under the last stop, near the left side. Choose the option to Mirror Stops Back to Start Point. Now you can go back and delete all of the stops prior to the new ones that were just created, and you should have a reverse trip. Note there is one caveat to this in that waypoints you create by dragging a route do not mirror correctly, but all of your camping stops and normal routing should.

Hopefully this will save you some legwork. Like I mentioned, make a copy (or two) of your trip and don't be afraid to experiment. I think this will work reasonably well.
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In the left hand box that shows your stops, there is a small box at the end of the list. It says, round trip options, click on it and you can reverse your trip.
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