Just a heads up for your upcoming tax filing. If you deliver across state lines you may be eligible to get some or all of your state income tax back. Search for the "Amtrak Exemption". If you drive your package car across state lines you are considered to be working in both states, but by federal law you only have to pay the state tax of the state you live in if you drive a commercial vehicle. This works great where I live (washington) with no income tax. I work in oregon as an air driver but I frequently find myself delivering a few E.A.M. packages across the border to washington. So I qualify to only pay my home state's income tax, which is nothing because we only have sales tax here in washington. I encourage you to search for this exemption if you think you may qualify, it makes for one hell of a tax refund.