Has nothing to do with safety. As I stated, if one is not “properly rested” then take another 24 to get properly rested and return tomorrow night to try again...simple. Using the “not properly rested” argument because someone doesn’t want to work nights is a cop out IMO and perhaps they need to seek other employment. In LTL, if you’re at the bottom of your job class board, nights is certainly a possibility and it’s a definite for road so it’s the driver’s responsibility to get rested. The FMCSA recommends a 10-15 min “power nap” when fatigue is present and I’ve never known our company to ever reprimand any driver for stopping to take a nap(s). Sorry, it’s not a safety issue when there are steps in place to prevent it from becoming a safety issue. No, the cake is the issue, the icing is when someone is asked to do something the rest of us has already done and they want to complain and look for sympathy from us because they simply don’t want to do it. We didn’t want to do it either but we sucked it up and got the job done...SAFELY...perhaps buttercup should do the same or take a bid next time.