• anon

    As a carrier, I agree with what folks are saying about retention issues and vehicles with new hires but it also needs to be noted that if we are given vehicles to drive by the usps, they need to be actually able to traverse the routes. I deliver in high sand and mud areas and the vans get stuck, a lot. A vehicle that is capable of something for other than on street driving is the only way we could ever convert to use in our areas. Great idea in theory but also the 100+ mile a day routes would make the usps shy away from putting their vehicles on the routes with the cost of maintenance and gas.

    Feb 25, 2022
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