I think it's time to look seriously at "some" enhancement to the city side of the operation. We have covered this before, but let's put things in perspective. We are talking about Drivers, really. There is no reason to differentiate between city and road, in terms of benefits.. 1st The QUALIFICATIONS are exactly the same. No difference. 2nd All pay structure applies equally to both, when performing the same function. Road and city both get paid mileage at identical rates when performing mileage tasks, both also get the some hourly rate when performing hourly tasks. Same pay structure also applies when performing flat rate tasks, like drop/hook/fuel, etc. 3rd We all have the same insurance. Costs, co-pays, deductibles are all the same for ALL drivers. Eveything on down the line, as far as pay structure, applies to ALL DRIVERS, Period. Well, almost everything. The one thing that is different, which is far more fair for the road driver, is the VACATION BENEFIT. Even a city driver who does a significant amount of road runs, still gets a city vacation benefit, while a road driver who spends most of his time working the dock, gets a road driver vacation benefit. Does this seem to be fair and reasonable? Of course not. Can anyone justify... Really, honestly justify this?