TLDR: Can a ground driver who left with a bricked out truck get in serious trouble for refusing a meet point for more work? I am an air driver. During peak, years ago, I completed my air route and then went to help out the bldg closest to us. I loaded pkgs that didn't fit into the bricked out ground trucks into one of their trucks and was supposed to do 4 meet points. The ground drivers left around 10:30 and I was in their area by 11:30. I had a small amount for the 1st driver, but the other 3 filled 75% of the truck. The 1st meet point was no problem. The other 3 drivers refused because of space issues (all true). Their sup called them and told me to wait around for an hour and then try again. Two drivers refused and one driver gave me a non existent meet point address in front of a cemetery. The sup called them again to no avail. He told me to have the OMS keep sending messages to the drivers to meet me (??!!). 3 hours later I told the OMS that I was bringing the truck back 75% full because the sup couldn't make the drivers take the stops. So at 3:30pm, after I went home, the center manager walked by that truck and freaked the out.