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along a route, can't I see where x hours out would be?

Posted on 2016-07-28
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I've been googling this and can't seem to find a website or google maps or anything that does this:

You want to drive between point A and B.  They are, say, 12 hours apart.  I'd like to get a hotel roughly 6 hours into the trip and finish the trip the next day.  Can't seem to find a way other than brute force to see where x hours into a Y hour route would be.

any help / advice?
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Check out meetways.  It doesn't allow you to input a time, but simply finds the middle of the route.

https://www.meetways.com/
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