Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Dracula, Apr 28, 2016.
I guess training still needs work at FedEx...
That has to be a photo shop, please tell me that is not real.
That's a good spot to drop a trailer. Lol
Not a photoshop, but the definition of what happens when you feel it is important to get in a hurry, and rush your pre-trip. We get paid for our pre-trip; FedEx, obviously, does not. "Eh, what's the worst that could happen?" says the non-Union contractor.
He's got some splainin to do.
if you look closely u can make out the fedex truck hauling another short trailer on the shoulder lane.
Looks like he was changing lanes based on the skid. Nice job "landing" it in the lane.......yeah, don't want to have to explain that one.
is that the driver leaning up against the wall?
That is awesome
I cover a job that does a CPU the same time FEG is there. The guy that I see does not pretrip at all. Barely cranks up the landing gear. He has dropped at least 1 box pulling out of the lot, dropped it so it blocked to lanes of traffic.
I'm just amazed he made it all of the way to the interstate before that back box let go.
Lol it definitely is Chicago
Non-union work example at it's finest!
How does a company like that even exist let alone thrive?
Did you honk and wave when you went by?
Those guys scare the crap outta me. They fly by me so fast at night I didn't realize that you could pull a set that fast.
Scary indeed. Esp when on i80 going to and from Reno.
Where are his/her triangles?
He/she is probably busy shaking the fresh snickers bar out of their shorts.
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