Last night with 2 stops to go way out in the boonies my truck lost power and refused to start. I tried and tried, but no go. ODS center wait for 30 mins no reply. Its now 8 pm in the middle of nowhere, freezing, hungry and quite conserned for my health. Now at this point I realize its time for a walk. A walk through pitch black mountain lion country to try and get cell signal. Not fun. I walk back and forth up and down the road. I walk to the top of a mountain and still nothing. I was so cold, i had to get back to the truck. On the way to the truck BOOM signal. I call the center quickly tell them where Im at and she puts me on hold and the phone signals dies. It took me and hour to make that phone call. As I am looking for the signal again, something brushes up against my leg. Its fur and i about had a heart attack. I quickly turn the wonderfully over powered diad light on only to find it is a house cat. OMG thank goodness. Its now 930 and i hear something coming in the distance. Its a tow truck. Hell yeah. I was yelling at the truck like it was wilson. Well thats until the tow truck driver missed the road and kept driving. The tow truck driver would not be seen for another hour and half. Now its really cold, Im covered in dr bags, and hungry. Luckily a customer just happened to give me some honey earlier in the day. I took a couple sips and the hunger was gone. I look up and see the tow truck driver, but he just drove right on by again. At that point i pretty much conceded this is where i was spending the night. Then i seen a grand sight a truck coming down the road. It was another driver in his personal rig coming to pick me up cause the truck driver couldnt find me. I was so happy. dr bags do not insulate well. Tow truck driver hooks up the truck and were off back to the building. Walk through the doors and punch out after 1230 am. It was so Late the board wouldn't even punch out. Bottom line, dont count on UPS to get you home safely, and prepare for the worst. Like a bunch of incompetent people entrusted with getting you home safely back to the most important stop. Which is where they cash their checks. Anyone else have this happen to them before?