Any Express folks who watched the most recent Frontline saw the segment about new vehicles given by the global senior vp for such things. It sounded promising to me, especially when he ended by inviting anyone with questions to write to him at an email address he gave. I’m in Massachusetts and our Sprinters are awful in even light snow or icy roads. I am not the type who holds back on questions, so I wrote, asking if the new model Sprinters and vans will be any better in winter. Not to mention the tires on most of our vans, which have poor traction even in very light rain. (I mentioned it.) I received a very good reply and soon couriers at our station will meet with his area rep to voice any concerns, questions, suggestions, etc. re: vehicles. To me, this is good. On the other hand, my email was cc’d to my senior manager, manager, district director and others very high up. Can you spell GULP? Or Holy [fill in the blank]? I had a ton of anxiety at first. But I can’t see any policy or rule that I broke, unless there’s an unofficial one about not embarrassing your managers. In any case, the guy invited questions. If I’m accused of some infraction I will ask to see exactly which one in black and white in the manual. I wrote back to the vp saying I was concerned about my job. He told me he’d sent everyone “a note” and I’d be fine. Whatever that may mean. Signed, Still Anxious BTW: I was out on leave the last couple of days and haven’t been to the station since this happened.