Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Holydriver, Jan 23, 2016.
Poor driver. Probably pooped his pants. Followed by the UPS chain of command pooping theirs.
I have a driveway on my area where I have that fear on sometimes. Not cool
Wouldn't catch me driving that "road" with the layer of ice on it. Either EC or leave at mailbox.
I can only imagine the power points that were created over that one. I can also imagine the verbal beating the driver's OCS and center manager endured during the conference call by a coward in a suit.
Oh I'm sure they made this guy feel like the lowest piece of scum on the earth. The center manager was most likely yelling at the whole center in the PCM and had hindsight on everything. This seems to be the norm now. Somebody makes a mistake, get yelled at like your in a high school gym class or your football coach.
It appears to have been a bad decision by the driver. But nowadays it doesn't matter. It would still go down exactly how I described. Even if the truck had been struck by space junk.
When the phrase "Check this out" is used, it precedes something stupid is about to happen.
Glad I'm not disappointed.
It must have been hard resorting the shelves after this
Everything is now FL1
I heard an ORS say "kindergarten" the other day
Nice bodyshop bill here. A whole new side skin will be needed, which will probably months away.
Any excuse to not deliver a package will do. I was in downtown Minneapolis yesterday and the city streets were packed with double parked cars and trucks. I suppose that would qualify as EC also.
Your BA wears a suit?
Check this out.
Drivers would make less bad decisions if they weren't second guessed for making good ones.
Really? I don't see any damage. To me it looks like he just needs to pulled back on to the "road".
Just need a few well selected feeder drivers to sit on the rear step to get those back wheels back on the ground. Then the driver can back it up.
Do you see any damage on the pkg car?
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