Most of Them Don’t Mind If You Pull up to the Trucks
Some workers won’t mind shaving a few minutes off their journey if you pull up to their trucks and ask for your mail a little early.
They only ask that you at least step out of the car and get it- it’s quite rude to stick your hand out of the window and wait for the worker to come around to you.
Most Mail Carriers Love Their Jobs and the People They Serve
Some people might think of this type of work as exhausting, but they’re not seeing the bigger picture. Most mail carriers love what they do and they do it with a huge smile on their faces!
Why? Because most of the people they serve brighten their days. Some make friends along the way and make long-lasting relationships.
They Try to Deliver to Every Address, No Matter How Remote
Most rural areas can’t rely on FedEx or UPS. That’s where the USPS comes in.
You could live in the most remote place in the U.S., the U.S. Postal Service is required to get your mail to you, rain or snow! That’s something you won’t get with private companies!
In fact, UPS and FedEx both rely on USPS to make some final deliveries.