...my usual package car was in the shop most of the week so I wound up driving an assortment of spare cars. Without fail, every morning before leaving the building I had to refill a bone-dry fuel tank and remove at least one full DR bag packed full of trash that had been jammed into a every nook and cranny of the cab. I am hardly a neat freak, and my truck is usually filthy from spending half the day on dusty gravel roads, but I cannot stand working in a truck full of garbage. I'm talking about candy wrappers, Big Gulp cups full of tobacco spit, bags from fast-food resturaunts, empty water bottles, etc. What is amazing to me is that our building has trash cans on the fuel islands right next to the pumps, so when we refuel there is a trash can less than 3 feet away. Yet I see drivers pull in at night with overflowing waste baskets and cabs packed full of garbage that they don't bother dumping out while they refuel. I don't understand how anyone can stand to work all day in a truck packed full of trash, and it is downright disrespectful to your fellow driver to leave your mess behind for him or her to clean up. It also causes service failures; I found two smalls in the back that had been picked up days earlier and wound up getting buried underneath trash and clutter that had piled up on one of the shelves. UPS needs to implement and enforce a rule requiring drivers to clean trash out of the truck as part of the post-trip inspection.