I was given a memo from our mechanic regarding radio's in the package car. It is from the South Florida District Automotive Fleet Manager. It states: Regarding radio's in package cars, please review the National Master United Parcel Service Agreement and Souther Region supplemental Agreement August 1, 2002 through July 31, 2008. Page 42- Article 18 Page 49- Section 8 - Radio Transistor Radios will be allowed in Package Cars. Battery operated transitor radios onlly, no power leads of any kind are permitted in package cars, which are used for parcel delivery. Radios must be positioned in a safe place, no on dashboard,not on floor, preferably in package compartment. Ok so whats the point of having a radio if it is riding in the back where you are unable to hear it in the first place. And so we are no longer allowed to use the cigarette lighter connections they installed for us?? So how can we get around this new memo. Have any other districts sent out a letter like this?