Hello, I had a terrible experience at work. You see, we were doing what we calling "two manning it" (which is where we do a three man job, with two people), and so we didn't finish 'til late. It is the car washers job to park all the package cars, so that they are ready for preload. Well the car washers decided to bail out, when we ran long. I finished up my usual work, and I was halfway punched out, when my full time supervisor tells me he wants me to help him park the cars. Well I am thinking in my mind that I want to tell him that I don't want anything to do with parking cars, because I know how close they park those things together and I don't want to wreck one of the cars. But, I am a coward when it comes to talking to management, so I just don't say anything and sort of look at him funny, but I follow him out into the yard anyway. Well he looks at this chart he has, and he looks at the first car in line, and tells me to pull it around to the bay doors on the other side of the building and he'll park it, and I'm like, okay, I guess I could do that. Well I hop in the car and fire it up, and I'm thinking this shouldn't be too bad, since I don't actually have to park it. So I start backing it up, and I look in the side view mirrors and I look at the video screen, and I'm thinking, the building is pretty far away, so I give it a little more gas, when all the sudden I hear this really loud banging sound, and I'm thinking to myself that I didn't think I was that close to the building, but I've smacked into the building before, and it really doesn't do any damage to the rear end of a package car, on account of the padding, and soft wood on the bay doors. So I pull forward, and then I can seen on the video screen that I hit another package car that was parked next to the building, and of course I am thinking a swear word at this point, so I look out the door of the car I am driving and I see that there is a dent in the bumper of the car I hit, and so I know this could be serious trouble. Well I pull around to the other side of the building, and go to find my full time supervisor, and as I do so I naturally check the rear bumper of the car I was driving (which was fine), and so I tell him that I hit a package car. He thoughtfully says, "Was that the loud bang I heard?" I timorously say, "Yeah." He says, "How bad was it?" I say, "Pretty bad, I hit it pretty hard." He says, "Well lets go take a look." So we go out into the yard, and look at the bumper of the car I hit, and of course it has a big dent in the bumper. He says, "That's a pretty good hit." We go back in the building and he says, "Alright, well go grab the keys out of the cars and shut the gate, and we'll let preload deal with the parking." So I did as directed an went home. Now I know that when I go into work tomorrow, that they may have something for me to sign, they may have a meeting with me and my full time supervisor, and center manager, and a shop steward. I don't know what, exactly, but I know somethings going to happen tomorrow. I would like to know if anyone knows of similar situations, and how it turned out. The main thing for me is that I don't want to lose my job with UPS. I don't care if I'm never allowed to get in the driver seat of a package car again, but I really don't want to get fired. Obviously I didn't crash the cars on purpose, but I don't know how UPS feels about that. My full time supervisor was pretty mellow, but I don't know how the higher ups will react. Please let me know of any related stories, or any advice for this situation. I probably won't read any responses til Thursday afternoon. Peace out.