I've been driving on my own for 3 weeks now & except for my 1st day I've never needed a driver to take any work off me. I average about 130-160 stops a day & my last stop is usually finished by 4:30 ( on a good day ) to 7 ( on a bad day ). Except for my 1st day which was a train wreck, I've never received any feedback from management. Since UPS doesn't strike me as a positive feedback type of company I'm guessing no feedback = doing a good job? Our center manager keeps talking about peak & routes going out with 300 stops, I'm not sure how this is possible. Do they really expect brand new drivers to do 300 stops a day? I'm busting my ass now all day long ( only taking a 15-30 min lunch, eating while I organize my car ) to get 150 stops done. I can't believe UPS spent millions on ORION, if I run ORION 100% I would be doing uturns on the busiest street on my route all day long! The other day I had a new section added to my route that I had never done, I had a school stop buried in my 8000 section that I didn't know about, I got there @ 4:00 & they were closed. The next day I had that school again on my route & ORION had it as the very last stop of my day! WTF Oh, I forgot to say I have a whole new respect for the regular UPS drivers, this job is way, way tougher than I thought it would be. Many of the vets at my center have been super helpful as well.