Discussion in 'FedEx Discussions' started by TooTechie, Apr 26, 2014.
You're doing it wrong.
Old news bub.
I read that in Wolverines voice.
He shoulda been able to just rock that thing right off there and be on his happy little way
At least the trash in his truck was cleaned out.
That truck looks a lot nicer than the ones I see on my route...
Don't know why drivers leave their doors unsecured. Anyone can take the truck out of park or gear and just watch it roll. Not to mention an upset customer putting a lock on the steering wheel. Just lock your trucks, unless you're at a house and your truck is never out of sight.
We (brown) don't have locks for our doors. I always chuckle when in our safety stuff they say to secure our trucks before leaving them. If they're in park & hand brake is on, that's about as secured as the trucks get. When we leave our trucks, everything in the cab is fair game for anyone walking by who wants to slide the doors open.
Wonder what that is hanging off the back? What's left of the bumper maybe?
He got confused by the term "load balancing".
You gotta be kidding?
You don't have locks on the sliding doors into the cab?
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the old P 600's and 800's did. Never used them though.
Those had a lock on the inside but useless if you were out making a delivery. I never used it either.
Now that I think of it you are correct. I do remember trying to use it a couple times when they brought me extra stops.
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