March 26, 2022

In addition to electric trucks, USPS also considers new innovations like e-mail and text messaging

In addition to electric trucks, USPS also considers new innovations like e-mail and text messaging

Washington D.C. - USPS will be adding battery-powered electric trucks to its vehicle fleet. The primary purpose of this move is to help the environment.

"Some people think it's ironic that we say we care about the environment," Sandy, a corporate USPS employee said, "You know, because of mail, and all the paper, and deforestation, and waste, and landfills..."

The employee trailed off at that point and didn't finish her statement.

In another attempt to help the environment, USPS is now considering developing their own e-mail and text messaging service.

"We think the average citizen would really enjoy a digital communication platform powered by USPS," Sandy, commented. "Apple does it. Google does it. We are just as cool as them."

USPS will force their mail carriers to learn how to code so they can build a new communication platform.

"How hard can it be?" Sandy asked rhetorically.