All routes are very different each day. On one day, one route may finish within 6 hours, while another route finishes in 13 hours. Then the next day those hours could be switched. I was told it is a part time job with full time hours (so they don't have to give you benefits), but some routes only work 30 hours a week (which is way too little, in my opinion) and other routes could be working 60 hours a week (which is way too much in my opinion). You don't get to pick your route, so if you have more or less hours than you want, you're stuck with it. They use the "Smart Drive" system in the trucks, so if you're going 40 mph instead of 35 mph or you are 3 seconds behind the car in front of you instead of 4, they will know about it, and you will either get a coaching, verbal warning, written warning, suspension or be terminated, depending on the severity of the action, or the number of times you've been caught doing that. It's ridiculous. There are some good people you work with and others that are just completely incompetent and leave you questioning management for ever hiring some of the people.
No limits on overtime, take paid lunches and breaks whenever you need to.
Extremely underpaid, considering I am potentially risking my life at this job.