FedEx (with the exception of their express branch) is run by contractors. Which means the driver signs a contract that says they will deliver x number of stops within this zip code or area, and get paid x number of dollars per package, etc. I tell you that because that should essentially answer your question - their day ends when their last package is delivered. They're not paid hourly, they're paid by the package the deliver. Now that its peak season (as another poster said), most of them are delivering twice their normal numbers. Which means many of them are delivering much later. So unless an act of God stops them, you should get your item
by MountainGirl - 14 hours ago
They stop at 6 pm every where
by Katie C. - 14 hours ago
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