This couldn't be more correct! My assigned unit has MY name and employee # on the paperwork packet. City drivers have beat the piss out of it from every side. They have busted numerous mirror caps off on tree limbs, yanked the rear cross member out of it because they haven't got the brains to dump the bags when the drop out, and have scrapped the fender and bumper numerous times. But my favorite happened recently. My unit was damaged in an accident of which I wasn't at fault. I had lost it for nearly a month while it was in the shop for various reasons. The day it came out of the shop, a city driver drove it and damaged everything that had been repaired before, plus some new damage. I never got to see it fixed, just a bunch of bent up new parts. Did he write it up? Hell no, because that's how city drivers are. They don't give a damn. They'll trash another one tomorrow. As for the clean windshield - I clean them nightly before I leave as part of my pretrip. I'll be damned if I'm going to clean them after the 457 miles and couple of hours on the dock that I do nightly on my bid for an unappreciative city driver that most likely is going to leave all of his damn trash in my truck! We need each other to move freight, and should try to get along. If people want to play the blame game though, I have a list two miles long from terminals all over the system that I have compiled over the years. I believe bid trucks should have a secondary assigned driver. One truck - two drivers. Period. That way any problems can be resolved between the two of them and nobody else, but it ain't my circus.