Please note that EWAD is only intended for those already proficient in WAD. Put in simple terms, EWAD is taking it to the next level of WAD, which does take some cunning and skill. Here's an example: Your manager tells you that Rt. 132 has 175 stops and to contact them and help when you get done. You say "OK", and then proceed to WAD your way through your own route. Once you've taken all of your breaks and 28/29, you then proceed to contact 132. Never mind that you've already got a bunch of on-calls piling-up that also include some early closes. When you do meet with 132 you proceed to take more than you can possibly handle, enough that you might be able to get a couple of your pickups...nothing more. About 1500 or so, you start getting urgent messages from Dispatch wondering why you haven't done any pickups. Better yet, maybe they won't even notice until 1530 or 1600, which is entirely possible. At that point, you tell them you still have 45 stops and that you need someone to tell you what to do...dump all of the deliveries or do a few pickups? No matter what they decide, you have already effed it up big time, and you were only doing what you were told..."help 132". EWAD. Are you up to the challenge?