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Posted:    Bob McGill

Bad driver

Complaint Rating:  80 % with 5 votes
Contact information:
United States
Phone: 615-772-7040
I was driving to work today(11/18/2008 6:15am); traveling North on I-65 through Brentwood, TN. I was in the second lane from right of 4 lanes with cruise set at 68mph in a 70mph zone. A Fed Ex truck rapidly pulls in behind me and drives no more than 5 of 6 feet from my bumper for a mile or two. He finally changes lanes and passes me and as he does he flips me the bird. Not wanting to be rude, I pull back up beside him and return the gesture and inform him that I have his truck #, which is 112753 for any Fed Ex execs who are interested.
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 18th of Nov, 2008 by   whitneypol -1 Votes
Stay in the slow lane which is the far right (non driver) people are working. Get real. I don't work for FedEx but your are ridiculous. Your the kind of driver I want to flip off.
 23rd of Jan, 2009 by   zx7o2 0 Votes
On Sat. the 3rd I was awakened by a phone call from one of my neighbors stating that my '98 Grand Cherokee Lorado(which is very clean) was hit by the Fed-Ex Truck delivering in our neighborhood. Apparently as usual, the driver was flying(Speeding) down our street, "as all the delivery trucks usually do", and some how caught the back of her Bumper corner to my front Bumper, and ripped the entire front end off of it(I had just replaced all the front grill and all 6 lights on it only 7 months ago to all new custom Euro Style)...

Anyway, she was real apologetic saying, "I'm so sorry, I didn't see it, my peripheral vision was distorted"...I found out a few days later when talking to my neighbors(about our subpoenas for court because she was given a careless driving ticket), that when a couple of the neighbors asked why she was driving thru the neighborhood so fast, she stated to them that "they are under time restraints"(Watch Out for the Kids)...

Well, I realize that people have accidents and that is why we have Insurance...So I end up with no vehicle for almost 4 days until they got me a rental(which they refused to pay for anything larger then a Mid-Size), I had my GPS stolen(they say they are not responsible for any thing inside the vehicle), and I was Billed $252.35 by MARK ALLEN's Towing(Which is the only thing they will pay for after my complaints)...It seems to the Big Money people at Fed-Ex(they are self insured) with the way I have been treated thru this, that they are the victims, and it must be all my fault for being "Legally Parked" in the same spot that I have been parking in for almost 19 years now...

It's the way that I was treated that has bothered me!!!I'm very frustrated, needed to say the least, and still looking for outlets such as these to post some of my anger. So thanks for listening...LoL
 3rd of Sep, 2009 by   Pnin +1 Votes
Tonight I was aggressively tailgated by a Fedex driver (tandem trailer). Got on my bumper, blowing horn, flashing lights. Due to congestion, it was impossible for me to either go faster or change lanes. The driver could obviously see the situation. My only conclusion is that he was drunk.

Could not record the truck number or license, but truck was on I-45, passing through The Woodlands, TX approximately 7:30pm.
 3rd of Sep, 2009 by   binder -1 Votes
I *AM* that FedEx driver. Stay the EFF out of the fast lane.

By the way, I switched the truck number with one from another truck. Heh.
 4th of Sep, 2009 by   Pnin 0 Votes
Oh good grief. Binder, I read the other comments you have posted on this site, and you obviously have too much time on your hands. You need a new hobby, and drinking doesn't count.
 14th of Jul, 2010 by   johnny3 0 Votes
tonight at 9:28 i was about to enter route 93 southbound in Methuen by exit 46 when a Fed ex truck pass me making me go off the rump over the grass the fed ex truck almost go off too then i speed up to catch up with the truck and get the plate number and for me to get right next to the truck i reach 78 mph on a 65 mph limit . he get off route 93 south exit 41 toward route 125 at 9:34 pm the Fed ex truck plate number is { N87387 } please do something and let me know at delcidj42@yahoo.com if i heard from your company by friday i will not report that to state police he or she is a very bad driver and need to be discipline . thank you . J.C.D.C
 21st of Nov, 2010 by   blinder 0 Votes
Binder has once again proven the theorem I+A=D. Internet+Anonymous=Dickhead
 5th of May, 2012 by   JLDIOWA +1 Votes
Tonight at 9:15pm I was traveling East on I-80 in Iowa when a FedEx driver pulled up behind me. He was so close to my bumper that I could not see his headlights in my rearview mirror. When I tapped my breaks to indicate that he needed to back off he put his bright lights on and started to honk. I-80 from Coralville to Iowa City, IA is under road construction so the speed limit is 55 miles an hour. I was traveling in the left lane going 60 miles an hour when Driver# 58971 started flashing his lights and honking for me to move over. I could not move into the right lane because there was traffic in that lane and I was already going 5 miles over the speed limit in a construction zone and did not feel that this driver needed to be right on my bumper, flashing his bright lights and honking at me. When I got a chance to move into the right lane after 4 miles he drove past me while honking. His license plate# is P102139. There is no reason for a driver to ever have their brights on when following a car, nor is there a reason for them to be so close to another vehicle that you can't even see their headlights. There are no packages in the world that are more important than someone's life. Just 2 days ago a FedEx driver rolled his semi on this same highway because he was not paying attention. When I tried calling the 800# I was not given a email address, a phone number or anything so I could report this. Many trucking companies have a sign asking how their drivers driving is for feedback such as this. Not FedEx. I can tell you right now if this driver causes an accident and kills someone this will be on the hands of FedEx and I will have no problem testifying on behalf of the person who was injured.
 28th of Jun, 2014 by   hawkeye19 +1 Votes
On 6/2714 8:40 am a Fed Ex truck pulling doubles on a 2 lane country road tail gated my vehicle and passed me in a hazardous manner going about 55 in a 45 zone
Location Lafe AR on ar 135 N. Proceeded on to Corning AR running 70 in a max 60 disregarding posted limits for curves.
 2nd of Jul, 2014 by   FR- FL +1 Votes
just outside of jessup Ga. last night, , me and one other truck on the road, , when a trailer rolled up on me at 80 + MPH, , high beams blaring though my rear window.

it was a fedex trailer hauling the fedex race team car.. this guy wanted me and my wife an kids in the ditch, ,

got off at the brunswick ga exit, , any ideas to file a complaint, , i am all ears.

sorry i was in your way.
 10th of Jan, 2015 by   Laura B T +1 Votes
Today, 1/10/15, I was entering the highway on a ramp that doesnt allow you to yield to traffic on the highway. A FedEx truck in the right lane failed to let me in, although he easily could have slowed down or moved over. He knowingly ran me off the highway, forcing me to drive on the shoulder until he fully passed me. It was blatant, and his driving endangered the safety of my young daughter and me. I doubt FedEx will ever see this, but his truck number was 818758.
 12th of Mar, 2015 by   John Deer3 0 Votes
Heading home after work on 7 pm on 3/1/15 outside Washington DC on inner loop of 495 near University Blvd exit, a FedEx truck pulled up right behind me while I was driving above speed limit in rush hour traffic. Traffic was so heavy I could not change lanes for a while and driver got to within about 6 feet of the back of my car and stayed there. When I could get out of his way I saw him immediately pull up to the next car also within abut 6 feet.
The following Monday, 7:10 PM, same time same place, another fedex truck does exactly the same thing. This time I took my foot off the gas for a while when I saw it was again a fedex truck. Neither time did the driver flash his high beams- just threatened to kill me. I'm guessing that this driver is starting or ending a shift and is there every Monday, or every day, endangering peoples lives.

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