Occasionally the hub I work has enough rain to flood the parking lots where employees are parked. Not long ago, a driver's brand new car (which sits low) was flooded out and it was considered totaled and thankful he had insurance to cover it. I'm not sure what became of him pursuing ups about it as I work the twilight shift . It got so bad that a tow company came out and towed peoples cars from the lot for a small fee (well below what they normally charge) because they seen that cars wouldn't have been able to drive out of the lot without water getting under the hood. My question is what can be done about this from an employee standpoint? If it pours raining to the point it floods our parking lot and floods out our cars what recourse do we have? We have brought this up to management and they say it is not their parking lot, it is the city's parking lot even though it is on UPS's property. We've reached out to the city and they say it's ups's lot...but no one is being held accountable, I'd hate to come out one day to realize my car has water in the engine...So what can be done?!