Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by soberups, Oct 21, 2015.
If the beeping gets on ur nerves on yhat freightliner take the speedo out with them 4 screws and fix it with stuff
He is way smarter than you. That will get you fired. He knows this.
Malicious, wanton destruction of company property is a terminable offense.
Covering the orifice of a beeper with a piece of electrical tape to reduce the volume from “ear splitting air-raid siren” down to “moderately annoying” is not.
Hypothetically speaking, of course...
What about filling it full of 4 tubes of Superglue hypothetically
Or u can poke it with a needle hahahaha
The mechanic will remove it at PMI and report tampering. The center manager should be interested his/her drivers have time to tamper with "safety" features on the clock.
I find a thin package and place it under my handtruck when its locked in the back. that extra 2" helps keep the BANG BANG BANG sound of the handtruck shifting when I make those sharp turns at 30mph
FINALLY some useful advice!
Static-cling window tint.
If you have one of the new DIAD cradles, you have probably already figured out that it is a pain in the ass to remove the DIAD due to the poorly designed catch on the back. Rather than give yourself a case of carpal tunnel, simply wedge some delivery notices in front of the backboard to defeat the catch. One more thing: the USB port only works while the DIAD is in the cradle and the engine is on but it will keep a Blutooth speaker fully charged. If you try to charge a cell phone it will show an error message on the DIAD but it will still work to charge the phone, you will just be unable to view the map.
instead of having a large flashlight, i have a small led, that i have on a lanyard around my neck, never forget to take it home, when extremely cold, body heat keeps it warm, and it will light up house numbers 100yds away,,if only i could read the things at that distance. also has adjustable beam, so i can quickly go to floodlight. hands free when handling pkgs.
i just have an extra rag or two within reach, and if you are in cold snowy weather i have a extendable snowbrush/ice scraper stashed above the visor area
great idea, also carry some wet ones, individual packs.
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