USPS New Electric Mail Truck?

The first photos of a prototype mail delivery truck indicate that the U.S. Postal Service may be going electric.

The photos were taken recently by a Trucks.com reader and electric vehicle enthusiast as a postal service worker delivered mail in Leesburg, Va., about 30 miles northwest of Washington, D.C.

HomeTrucking TechnologyElectric Vehicles Spy shots: The Postal Service’s New Electric Mail Truck? Jerry Hirsch October 9, 2017 Electric Vehicles, Trucking Technology Workhorse electric postal truck Prototype electric U.S. Postal Service truck delivers mail in Leesburg, Va. (Photo: Trucks.com)

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Spy shots: The Postal Service’s New Electric Mail Truck?
Jerry Hirsch
October 9, 2017
Electric Vehicles, Trucking Technology
Workhorse electric postal truck
Prototype electric U.S. Postal Service truck delivers mail in Leesburg, Va. (Photo: Trucks.com)

Spy shots: The Postal Service’s New Electric Mail Truck?

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “USPS New Electric Mail Truck?

  1. When will the Postal service purchase Stupidvisor robots? They will only have to be programmed to treat the employees badly. Then the robots can look forward to be placed at higher level.

  2. A good idea, maybe, that will utterly botched by the Service. We’ll get the worst contractor to foist an already outdated, badly designed product at an inflated price. Make sure not to ask any employee that will actually be driving or servicing it for any input.

    The only question is this: Which bloated, retired hack (or hacks) from l’Enfant Plaza is on the company’s payroll? Don’t forget the local hacks that will get the electrical contract to wire up the outlets for charging.

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