Step 4 Settlement on Refueling of Government Vehicles

THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN’
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Step 4 Settlement on Refueling of Government Vehicles

This case involved management requiring rural carriers to refuel more frequently than provided in the refueling allowance. The parties agree there may be instances where local policy requires rural carriers to refuel more frequently than provided in the refueling allowance. The parties further agree that in these situations, additional compensation may be warranted.
You may view the Step 4 settlement letter here.

Source: News Info



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Leland Grant

jeez another weak missive,k from kangaroo jenner [ oops joey johnson] HEY JOEY HOW MANY THINGS THAT WE NEED DO YOU GIVE AWAY IN ONE DAY ANYWAY???

Michael Volz

Donna Strohbeck.

Nadine Hofmann

Compensation? For fueling up the LLVs? You mean like we are being compensated (NOT) for all the damned scanner interruptions?

Rick Hughes

That’s not tied into the route counts ?

Brad Weidert

Quit complaining & just do your job. We all go under evaluation every day even with the scanner interruptions. These are going to help the Post Office in the future.

Nadine Hofmann

Brad Weidert OK Brad…whatever you say.

Nadine Hofmann

Brad Weidert OK Brad…whatever you say. You don’t get to determine who can complain and who can’t.

Robert N Meyers

It should be with this!

Mark Pearl

How many gallons does the llv tank hold?

Lisa Ann Cogan

If I remember correctly, it’s only a 12 gallon tank.

Lisa Ann Cogan

It is in the USPS vehicle allowance. In the equation to determine how much time we’re allotted, they use 100 as if we fuel every 100 miles. Some offices require carriers to refuel at 1/2 tank which would obviously be under that 100 miles per fueling. For a low mileage (i.e. 10 miles) route, it’s not a big deal since they are given 30 minutes minimum. If you’re a higher mileage route (i.e. 40 miles) you’re fueling almost daily due to mgmt requirement & not being paid fully for your time. Glad I don’t have this issue. 26 miles a… Read more »

gangadhar Vaddey

hi
I am RCA i driving every day 52 miles. so i have to put gas every day

Mark Pearl

In my situation, I put in about 7-9 gallons everyday. There is no way to get around the route twice in one tank of gas. Therefore I need to fill up everyday. But I only get paid to do it every other day:(