Your station may be different, but mine is full of old junkers, and they've been breaking down at an alarming rate. Just how does one fulfill the hallowed Purple Promise when you don't have a working truck? Just another consequence of being overly cheap. I see new FedEx LTL vehicles as well as new FedEx Freight trucks. Apparently, FedEx Express isn't worthy of an investment in replacement vehicles. I also see new or newer UPS trucks on the road, both package cars and feeder tractors, which makes the rusty and dirty crap we drive look even more unprofessional. I would guess the average vehicle age at my station to be approximately 12 years old. I'm sure there are some exceptions out there where FedEx has invested in an all-new hybrid fleet for (one) a station for PR purposes (being Green), but I'm guessing the vast majority of the stations are similar to mine. Just like with employees, you get what you pay for.