Driving For Fedex Ground

Driving For Fedex Ground

Driver & Course Preparation

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Driving Forces

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Freight Door – A single, freestanding backing barricade. Alley Dock – A backing barricade with side barricades. Bullpen – A boxed in backing barricade with predetermined access. Purpose: To back the unit and position the rear of the unit within the confines of the dock and within the scoring zone 18" without touching it.

Scoring: Position score minus penalties. Measurements: Both corners of rear of the vehicle must be within the confines of the designated doorway. Measure from the center of the tailboard. A free pull-up is at the discretion of the course chairman. The driver shall blow horn when ready for measurement. Penalties: 5 points – each unauthorized stop.

Purpose: The contestant is required to pull through one set of barricades, turn left or right and proceed through a second set of barricades without stopping or touching any of the barricades. There may be a third set of barricades. Scoring: Basic score 50 points to start minus penalties Penalties: 5 points for each instance of stopping. Purpose: To cross over the scoring zone with the designated tire without stopping. Note: Do not stop unit as this is a no-stop problem.

Penalties: 15 points for each instance of striking course fixture. Straight Line Created with Sketch. Purpose: The contestant is required to drive the designated tires between the rows of markers comprising the problem without stopping and without touching or displacing any of the markers.

Scoring: Penalties: 5 points – for each instance of stopping. The marker does not have to fall or be displaced to count as a hit. Note: This is not intended to punish the driver for a simple misjudgment of the first set of markers. Therefore this penalty should not be imposed until the tire is adjacent to the second set of markers. The markers are set in parallel lines, with greater clearance at the entrance and less clearance at the exit. Point of measurements is overall width of vehicle if driving between the markers; overall width of widest set of duals measured at the side bulge if driving through with just one side of the unit.

Grease Pit Created with Sketch. Purpose: The contestant is required to drive the unit over the top of the rows of markers comprising the problem without stopping and without touching or displacing any of the markers. Front Stop Created with Sketch. Purpose: The contestant is required to stop with the front bumper in the scoring zone just prior to crossing the stop line.

The driver is allowed only one stop. Both corners of the front bumper must be within the confines of the Stop Line. Measure from the center of the bumper. Nuts, bolts, license plate holder, hand truck brackets, etc, are not considered part of the bumper. Do not count these items in your scoring. Use only the flat surface of the bumper itself.

Day in the Life of a FedEx Ground Driver

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