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Old 11-25-2017, 10:03 AM   #1
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I am just starting to use Trip Wizard.
Can someone tell me if the time from pt. A to pt. B is calculated based on the speed limit of the road (type of roads} or based on the average speed that you put into the account settings at the beginning? Thx.
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I am just starting to use Trip Wizard.
Can someone tell me if the time from pt. A to pt. B is calculated based on the speed limit of the road (type of roads} or based on the average speed that you put into the account settings at the beginning? Thx.
I don't know about Trip Wizard but a good rule of thumb is 50 mph average. This has held up over 5 years.
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