Do FedEx, UPS and other carriers deliver to extremely remote addresses? If you live somewhere in North Dakota where it’s an hour’s drive from the Fedex facility and an hour back, are they going to spend two hours to deliver just your little box of something from Amazon? Or you live on a mountaintop that means driving a long way up a slow, winding mountain road. It seems every delivery would be a significant loss for the company.
I know that the US Postal Service doesn’t deliver to every address, requiring the resident to pick up mail at the post office. So I’m curious what the limits are for commercial carriers.