I always recommend people drive for multiple ridesharing companies and, if they’re up for it, signing up to deliver food as well. After all, if you’re going to be in the car, making money, you want to stay busy, right? Today, RSG contributor Dash Bridges explains how DoorDash guaranteed pay and incentives work, just in time for the Labor Day rush! Want to get started with DoorDash? Click here to sign up!
Hey everyone, Dash Bridges here to talk food delivery. But before I do, let me say that guarantees are not what they used to be. For most of my life, I could rely on certain guarantees:
- The Chicago Cubs lose
- Democrats win Wisconsin
- America’s Favorite Dad is Bill Cosby
The world has gone upside down, OK? There is very little we can count on anymore.
Editor’s Note: You can still count on death and taxes as a guarantee. So make sure you’re tracking your mileage and expenses with an app like QuickBooks Self-Employed. It’s great at helping with taxes and the first 30 days are free.
Thankfully, when DoorDash offers a guarantee, they follow through. Here’s how it works:
Oh. Before I make my observations, I want to remind everyone that I’m your standard Independent Contractor. I don’t earn money from DoorDash other than my Dashing. I’m not on the inside. I’m not asked to push an agenda. I paid $23 for my two damn pizza bags, OK!? I’m just an enthusiastic Dasher chasing cash and offering observations.