I searched, but didn't find a thread for this. With all the larger packages in the system, last year, I got a 1000 to replace the 700 that was assigned to the route. Parts of the route are on winding narrow rural roads with no shoulder, and others are dead end dirt roads with nowhere to safely turn that beast around (my previous supe got stuck in a 700 on one of these roads, so they know I'm not exaggerating). Last Summer, I got temporarily stuck trying to make a delivery by leaving the driver's side tires on the pavement and the passenger's side on the steep shoulder. There are still 700s in the area, and our routes literally overlap (Yay dispatch!), so it would be no challenge to move these dangerous addresses to the smaller trucks (I used to make these deliveries in a 700 by driving into the driveways). I have brought this issue up with my dispatch, supervisors (I've had 3 over the last 6 months) and manager with little success. I've discussed it in person, via phone calls, text messages, written notes and DIAD messages. Yet still... After correcting the dispatch for a couple of days, the dangerous addresses are out back on me. When I bring it up to any one of the mgmt, they hem and hae with no real answer, usually referring me to someone else who likewise takes no responsibility. This has been going on since August. I have been instructed not to swap packages with drivers in 700s (who are more than willing to do so). I have been instructed not to sheet them as missed. I am also under the impression that getting a 10000 pound truck stuck in the mud is frowned upon. It's a no win situation. _____________________________________ Is there a company policy in regards to using the appropriate vehicle for an address? Where would I find that? Any other suggestions? Thanks in advance.