• anon

    I am a rural carrier. I have my own rhd Jeep for my route. On the roads that I drive, my Jeep is best. The postal owned vehicles are NOT made to drive on these gravel back roads throughout the year. There are many times that I NEED my 4x4 to be able to reach all of my customers on my route, especially in the winter, spring and fall. The postal vans they are wanting us rural carriers to use are not beefed up for rural use. If I had a postal van on my route, there will be a lot of customers that I wouldn’t be able to make it to. How is that a good thing for customer service? They would be better off putting them on city routes that have those very outdated LLV’s. I understand that they are trying to save money but they should go about it another way.

    Feb 07, 2022
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