I went outside on my break to have a smoke. I work the early morning preload. When I went to my car a barrel full of cement, holding a no parking sign was knocked over, into my car, creating a gouge in the paint down to the bare metal. I have to assume it was one of the feeder drivers, because they are the only ones aloud to drive in that area (my car was the last in a row, where the driver would round a corner to park the trailer. The barrel signifies the end of the parking area and the beginning of the area where the feeder driver is to go). Management came out, saw the damage. We took pictures. Anyone have something like this happen before? Any thoughts on how the process is going to go? The damage isn't horrible by any means, but its my car, I love my car, It's hard for me to think the feeder driver knew he hit it, and took off anyway. At the same time could I be getting him into serious trouble? I know UPS is very strict about accidents. I'll put this in the freight section so I can get their input.