I had an interview yesterday for a seasonal driving position. The HR rep stated that GPS is not allowed because it is a distraction. I agree that GPS can be a distraction if a driver is typing an address on his phone or staring at the screen while driving but if you are sitting in the package truck parked typing in an address or using the speech function and while driving only listening to where the phone is telling you to go and not looking at the screen. i.e. "when you hit elm street turn left" how can that be a distraction? Also we were told that it is highly probable that we could be running a route one week then a different route the next. So how the hell do you know where you are going? And please don't tell me using traditional maps. You would never get anything delivered.