One UPS truck identified on the platform has 10 reports out against it and 27 citations, for example. Safe Lanes can bring that information to UPS’s attention, ask them to strengthen driver trainings, and get bad drivers off the roads.
A) UPS already has the information.
B) UPS driver training is one of the few areas where the company actually shines.
I mean, you might not leave knowing how to do the job, but your defensive driving skills will be out the wazoo. Internally drivers are accountable for pretty much all accidents, including ones where the fault lies with the other vehicle. The bar is avoidability and pretty much everything is avoidable in retrospect.
The reason you've got drivers parking in bike lanes is because UPS finds it cheaper paying the odd ticket than paying every driver making $32/hr to eat up more time by parking considerately and lugging parcels a longer distance from the package car.