The UPS delivery notice said that Cheryl’s package had been delivered to “TOP CAR.” What on earth does that mean? It means exactly what it looks like: the box had been delivered to the roof of a car in her driveway.
“UPS has invented a new delivery location,” Cheryl wrote to us. “On the top of the last car (of three) parked in the driveway. Mind you, three adults in the house, not even a pretense of a knock at the door.” Well, of course not. Maybe UPS thought you were living in the car?
This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but does have the potential for problems. What if the third car in the driveway had been a visitor, and they took off without noticing the Amazon box on top of their vehicle? What if a strong gust of wind flung the package into the lawn?