This is in response to the termination threads that have popped up. Feel free to add suggestions that have/are working for you. 1. Don't leave packages behind. More warehouses are starting to ding drivers who can't put all packages into their vehicles. Leaving even 1 or 2 packages at the warehouse now risks your receiving a nasty warning email and having your record tainted. The longer your block the more packages you'll have so go for 3 or 3.5 hour blocks. Avoid the 4 hour blocks unless you're certain the vehicle you use can take every package. 2. Don't accept night shifts. Poor lightning. Difficult to non existent parking. Late deliveries. Too many variables working against you for the same pay you'll make doing daytime shifts. 3. Package returns. Some warehouses track each returned package back to you. Others don't. But if you have too many undelivered packages it reflects badly on you and more importantly your record. This is why some drivers opt to keep left over packages at the end of their blocks when the system says all packages were delivered. It's best to return all undelivered packages even if the app says you have none left. Just be careful and aware that some WH penalize you for doing the right thing.