Uber has been aggressively rolling out Uber Eats over the past few months and many drivers have e-mailed us with questions. Today, contributor Ezra Dubroff shines some light on what it’s like to actually deliver food with Uber Eats and how much money you can make.
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Driving for Uber Eats: My Experience
You’ve probably heard of Uber Eats by now, but what is it exactly? Uber initially made its mark by disrupting the transportation industry, which billions of people around the world rely on every single day. And now Uber is making a huge push into another service that satisfies a basic human need: food, specifically food delivery. Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick explained the service, “you push a button and you get lunch.” Sounds pretty great for customers, but what’s it like for drivers? Let’s find out!
I fired up my app and set out to explore these questions, including how much Uber Eats delivery drivers make. Let’s see what I discovered! In this post, I’ll tell you about my experiences of actually going out and delivering for Uber Eats on a recent Saturday, plus common questions Uber Eats delivery people have and how much I made.
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