My regular Fedex lady does the exact same thing. Seems to be normal any more. They seem to either be in a huge hurry so they don't take the time to set down the package like a normal person would, or delivery companies like to hire people who can't bend at the knees or hips.UPS dropped this off today, and I mean the guy literally dropped it from about 3ft.
I've said this before - I refuse to buy from anyone who uses only UPS for shipping.
They are ALL like that, I knew to expect it from UPS, Fedex, and USPS, but DHL is a new one. I haven't gotten many DHL deliveries.Very nice looking model, I'm going to take a closer look at that one.
What a piece of work... are they all like that over there? Maybe you could have a sign on the door, saying "Place parcel carefully over doormat, IED goes off on impact".
I guess I'm lucky, well, I don't know what goes on in between of course, but no ones ever literally "dropped" a parcel on my doorstep.
I have to say this for the delivery people in my area, they're always very careful to hide the parcel behind the plant pots at the porch, or inside the coal box at the back.
Unfortunately, all 4 doors don't open on the UT Impala SS models. Yours might be the Impala SS 510 Concept from AUTOart where all 4 doors open. That's a much rarer and pricier model these days.Yup, still a great diecast from back in the day. And one of a few from the time where all 4 doors open. If I recall correctly, as mine is stored away now, it's the '96 version which used analog gauges and the floor shifter. Much nicer than the digital gauges and column shifter.