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Squeegee say they do route optimisation but I'm not sure it does the navigation bit.

Just looked at Circuit Route Planner and it seems it's £239.88 a year!!! Might be cheaper to switch to Squeegee if that does navigating?

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17 minutes ago, Pjj said:

No don’t use anything apart from my local knowledge and plan all the rounds using that . 

We cover a 10mile radius and some jobs that come in I haven’t Hurd of the streets before so I think it may be batter to plan the fastest routes mate 

16 minutes ago, ched999uk said:

Squeegee say they do route optimisation but I'm not sure it does the navigation bit.

Just looked at Circuit Route Planner and it seems it's £239.88 a year!!! Might be cheaper to switch to Squeegee if that does navigating?

Rather go to pen and paper then go to squeegee 

We haven’t had a good experience with it mate 

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3 minutes ago, Dt 20 said:

We cover a 10mile radius and some jobs that come in I haven’t Hurd of the streets before so I think it may be batter to plan the fastest routes mate 

Ok , google earth maybe ???

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Route xl is free and I use that when adding new jobs to rounds etc. The squeegee route optimisation is my only gripe with the app, it’s awful!!!

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6 hours ago, Mx19 said:

Route xl is free and I use that when adding new jobs to rounds etc. The squeegee route optimisation is my only gripe with the app, it’s awful!!!

 

9 minutes ago, High-tower said:

https://www.routexl.com/

another vote for routexl, can do 20 at a time for free.

Thanks, I'll be using this to plan my route for new jobs down south

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On 02/04/2021 at 21:10, Dt 20 said:

Do any off use use apps to plan the best and fastest routes ? 
I’m looking at a app called circuit ? 

No don't use anything other than brain power local knowledge and how long it takes to get home for tea time 

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I use cleaner planner, but I don't use the diary, I just have everything organised into rounds, and work my way through them.

At times I juggle the order, for instance if its windy in an area, I will move to a more sheltered area, or if I have 30 mins left, I may go an do an odd one thats due, rather than start a group I won't have time to finnish.

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