People over at express call their trucks " package car" only because is sounds trendy and upscale. As for your trucks it's to be expected from the people you hire if you are paying a perdiem basis. Getting done as early as possible is the only thing on their 8 hour day or less minds . A situation made even worse when using Fedex Ground specification vehicles which are nothing more than 3/4 or 1 ton pickup chassis that are being overloaded with " boulder in a box' or stolen motor freight You might be able to get away with it if your vehicle tires never come in contact with an unpaved surface. If you don't pay overtime and whether it's an 8 hour day or a 13 hour day it all pays the same then you can't blame them for wanting to compress their work day down to the smallest one possible. But then again as veterans of the business all say....."That's trucking".I had 13 trucks at my peak with Ground how would you suggest that I know any and all problems with them on a daily basis without employees telling me? Take each truck out every mourning for 30 min so they can get warm, well that would only tak 6 hours every day to accomplish. 90% of the time when I jump on a truck I do find a problem that the damn employee hasn't told me about that gets taken immediately to the shop. Wiper fluid not spraying, brights not working because they broke the lever, door off track, somehow broke of the air ducting so the heat can't blow anywhere, broken steering column shifter on the newer fords that are jimmy rigged together, snapped lever for seat slidder, and on and on and on.i swear most of these damn employees could break an anvil with a rubber mallet and somehow it would be on accident.
Obviously you have never owned multiple vehicles with multiple drivers and have no basis telling others anything about this. "Your car" being singular is not even apples to oranges in comparison to a fleet.