Can USPS Park Anywhere?

Can a mailman get pulled over?

Rare occurrence but yes.

USPS drivers/route carriers are held to a HIGHER standard of safety.

If you are driving recklessly or excessively speeding, then you will be stopped for questions.

My mail lady was just pulled over the other day..

Can mail carriers smoke on the job?

Carriers are strictly prohibited from smoking while delivering or collecting the mail.” I request mail pick up every day due to high volume of packages I have every day and now I no longer use USPS as long as I have this mail man comes to my house to pick my mail up.

Can a mailman not delivering mail because of car?

Mailbox blockage by a vehicle may also prevent the delivery of mail. According to our policy, the city or rural carrier should get out of the vehicle to make delivery if the mailbox is temporarily blocked by a vehicle.

Why do USPS vehicles not have license plates?

Marked USPS vehicles do not require license plates under federal law due to the conspicuous nature of their markings. They are immediately identifiable as owned by the USPS, and they have serial numbers on the front and back of each vehicle which works as their vehicle registration number.

Can mail carriers run red lights?

No! USPS drivers are not above the law, and the only reason they would be allowed to run a red light would be if they were being chased. … Running red lights is an invitation to an accident and anyone doing this and claiming they are allowed to do so because they work for the USPS, needs to be terminated.

Can USPS get parking tickets?

David Van Allen, regional spokesman for the U.S. Postal Service, said in an interview that postal employees “are subject to obeying local traffic laws and ordinances just like any other citizen. However, the Postal Service cannot legally be billed for any traffic violation fines incurred by its employees.”