I understand that drivers are graded on number of stops made. I'm just a helper but we get several misloads every day, his scanner thingy gets frequent "package found elsewhere" notification and packages that's supposed to be in the truck, but he can't find. Apparently the person that loads the truck at the hub is sloppy. Driver spends a lot of time digging for packages. He'll go out of his way if its not too far off his route and deliver another drivers package himself. If its too far, sometimes he'll go off course, drop them off at UPS store before the intended driver's scheduled pickup. For the latter, I don't believe he document it in the system through the bar code scanner.. why not? I believe these are costing our stop numbers. What's the reason to not just push it through the bar code scanner as miss-load" to be taken back to the hub along with Not-In packages so the intended driver doesn't spend time trying to find it on their truck?