Reason for not using FVector.Equals(...)?

My code:

void ABoxStaticMeshActor::BeginPlay()
{
    Super::BeginPlay();
    if (!HasAuthority())
    {
        return;
    }

    StartLocation = GetActorLocation();
    ToLocation = GetTransform().TransformPosition(TargetLocation);
    SetReplicates(true);
    SetReplicateMovement(true);
}

void ABoxStaticMeshActor::Tick(float DeltaTime)
{
    Super::Tick(DeltaTime);
    if (!HasAuthority())
    {
        return;
    }
    MoveToTarget(DeltaTime);
}

void ABoxStaticMeshActor::MoveToTarget(float DeltaTime)
{
    FVector Location = GetActorLocation();
    Location = FMath::VInterpTo(Location, ToLocation, DeltaTime, Speed);
    SetActorLocation(Location);
    if (Location.Equals(ToLocation, 20.f))
    {
        Swap(ToLocation, StartLocation);
    }
}

I realize there’s a bit of error tolerance, but readability seems better. Is the reason we don’t use Equals here just due to the lack of exactness?

Not that I’m complaining, I liked the detailed math explanations/alternative techniques!