You need to account for mileage from stop to stop as they will disallow commuting miles, i.e., you cannot deduct the mileage from home to your shop, or from the last job to home (or shop).
Above is very correct: if you want to use details, read the whole tax publication (Publ 463), even the examples, and get the requirements for proper recordkeeping as the IRS sees it. Partially following the rules, or using your own interpretation of them can be very expen$ive.
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