I have not had a great deal of success, but maybe one of you will, or you have a media contact willing to get our story out there. Sooner or later it will be revealed just how hard we're being pushed and how badly on-road safety is being compromised. I've seen some of the bad accidents where couriers were killed or severely injured, and I'm also aware of numerous cases where FedEx vehicles killed and/or injured innocent motorists or pedestrians. IMO, the national media won't be that interested because FedEx is a major advertiser. Simply put, they don't want to piss-off a potential revenue source, regardless of journalistic ethics. If one of the big networks ran a story "outing" FedEx, you can bet they'd yank every ad. Your state's DOT, Highway Patrol or equivalent, or even local police could be good alternatives. FedEx Ground is already on the national FMCSA radar, and it's highly likely that most states are watching Ground more closely these days. The same needs to happen with Express, so I encourage anyone and everyone to call, email, or write your local applicable agency and fill them in on what exactly FedEx is doing. I would definitely mention working through breaks, excessive workloads that encourage speeding and reckless driving, and management threats. Nobody should be forced to be unsafe by a company motivated by only one thing...increased profits. Unfortunately, I still think it's going to take a monumental disaster to get the proper degree of attention focused on the antics at FedEx. I'd really like to head that off at the pass by being proactive and getting the word out to authorities about the lack of a safety culture at Express. All of the empty BS about safety means nothing if you get hurt or killed, nor does it mean anything when you're sitting there looking at the blanket-covered body of a dead pedestrian or innocent driver. Please do not get pushed into being unsafe just so Fred can make even more money. And guess what? If you DO get into an accident, how do you think FedEx will react? You'll be under the bus so fast that you won't know what hit you. The truth needs to be revealed.