What's wrong with this picture? OK, besides the big different colored tractor. A driver from my old hub posted this on another account. Do you see it? Yeah, a longer than legal combination in the UPS yard. Yes, this IS our yard. Yes, it is legal in many states, but NOT THIS ONE. In fact, from the north, you have to travel at least 100 miles in just a "double 28" state to get here. From the south, you have to travel about 100 miles in just a "double 28" state to get here. From the west, you have to travel about 500 miles in just a "double 28" state just to get here. From the east, you can't get here at all with this combo. In talking to the driver, he said that a state trooper even passed him without incident. Now, my question is this: Do you think UPS was aware of this? My answer is a definite YES! It used to be here, HERE, that management didn't even ask contractors if they had "doubles/triples" endorsement. Their attitude was, "Once it gets out this gate, as long as it's not OUR drivers, we don't care". Anyway, what if DOT would have been so P***ed, they would have confiscated the trailers? Think it can't happen? You damn right UPS knew about this. Oh, well, another case of safety first and following all the rules.