Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by 11.19igrad, May 3, 2020.
Part of the pretrip.
UPS Package Delivery Methods
would you like management to check to see if you wiped your arse when you get done also
This is a mans game if you can’t figure out how to play it Time to go back to the hub
Do you know what a pretrip is
Have to hit the switch. They put the switch right near the gear lever. A light indicates engagement.
When I come up with next?... Bluetooth and backup cameras?
Telematics for everyone.,
Guilty as charged.
Nobody ever told me we were supposed to tighten it, or how to even do that. Definitely should be trying to drive forward with the brake engaged as part of the pretrip though.
they'll claim they did teach you how to tighten it and that you "forgot". happened to me. so I don't even ask questions anymore because no point in arguing. if you have any questions ask one of the veteran drivers.
plus you can easily check handbrake by just pulling it up while in drive and seeing if the truck actually moves at all.
In cab camera
Since when.... is not checking the handbrake not a part of the pre-trip ?
I believe you said check in the handbrake was part of the pre-trip
The "method" was adjusting the handbrake, with the vehicle in 2nd gear.
How dare you??!!
While I was taught every time you pull the e-brake you turn the handle back towards you to make sure it's completely tight.
And don't correct me or I might be forced to buy you two beers
use the e-brake?
this right here. sometimes it's not even the e brake but the crappy tires that'll slip on anything... especially if they send you on a rural route without terrain tires.
I was gonna say I’m shocked he was driving a manual.
Any decent slope the package car gets left in gear. I never trusted those handbrakes.
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