I wasn’t implying anything other then exactly what I stated. I highly doubt most the time that a delivery driver purposely drove over a flower bed or what have you. Everyone knows by now that most everything is on camera of some sort and being recorded. They drive in many driveways and have to make sure to maneuver the truck out without running someone or something over. Big truck and big tires probably didn’t see or feel the flowers. I highly doubt driver has something against anyone’s flower bed or personal property. And No one wants to deal with that headache of a pissed off customer complaining. So I highly doubt most incidents are on purpose.I do not think that 'most people bitch' unless there is a reason. So from your statement, you are implying it is OK for the driver to cause damage during the delivery and the customer has no right to 'bitch'?
Which goes back to the amount of pressure they are under to perform to keep their jobs staying out late just to make it back home to their families. Also every driveway, property, area is different and until you are familiarized with them some could be tricky for your truck if you lose awareness of it being there.You're right, most are not out of malice, but they are the direct result of carelessness. That still should not be happening.
Sounds like you need a 2X4 with some nails on the days you see deliveries are due.Yup, and they've been doing it sporadically since Laser Ship was their carrier. We just put a 6x6 " curb in on both sides of the driveway, yesterday. I still need to stake the 6x6s and may add a second layer to make it a nominal 12" high. My Christmas present to me.
The world is full of mindless, shit people. That is why it runs as poorly as it does.I dont see the guy being malicious at all. Now if he pulled the stunt that was in Sebastian's video, I'd have more of a problem with it and would not want that driver on my property again.