Behind the Scenes of the Propane Delivery Process
Propane delivery drivers is a profession most people aren’t willing to take. It involves delivering harmful substances that may be dangerous to anyone’s health if not done correctly. However, there are still a lot of people who want to know what it’s like to live as a propane delivery driver.
Here’s a day in the life of a delivery driver.
When the sun comes up, propane delivery drivers start their day by performing their daily truck pre-inspections, ensuring that everything is safe and ready to go as well as routes that are ready to take care of its customers.
Once everything is done, the drivers are now ready to take their routes and deliver propane safely to their customers. Each driver is trained to bring propane safely to you.
Drivers also tend to their commercial business partners such as restaurants, hotels, barbeques, forklift accounts, and many other businesses. They are also experts in handling propane hoses, valves, connections, and all sizes and types of propane cylinders.
After drivers are done with their commercial business partners, they are tasked to make daily deliveries to residential customers and traverse through local town roads and long stretches of highways.
Once the truck is empty, they can fuel up again and continue supplying propane gas to their customers.