New York City has an insatiable demand for food and goods delivery. Which is why there are so many third-party delivery companies operating here in the Big Apple.
It’s a good place to thrive. New York City based delivery drivers can earn up to $20 an hour.
Choose Who You Work For
Which delivery service is right for you? To help you decide, we picked the main third-party delivery services that are operating and the average hourly rates expected in the New York City market, according to national hiring agency, Glassdoor. Here’s what we found:
To begin delivering throughout the New York area, drivers need a license, a smartphone that can download the latest iterations of the preferred delivery apps, and access to a car.
Car Rental Makes It Easy
Here’s a list of Digi TLC Rentals & Leases required documents:
● Driver’s License (out-of-state drivers may require additional documents)
● $20 non-refundable charge for the MVR (Motor Vehicle Record) Drivers Abstract.
● Proof of Address (Utility Bill, Bank Statement, Credit Card Bill, etc.).
● Copy of a Debit/Credit Card or a Direct Deposit Letter which includes your name, account number & routing number.
The best strategy, however, is to sign up for more than two third-party delivery apps, even if you’re planning to concentrate on delivering within certain neighborhoods. (Most customers use more than one delivery app, so why not you?) This will better your chances of picking up multiple items at each restaurant you visit. And you’ll be able to group your pickups and deliveries with more strategy and efficiency.
Author: Kyle Freedman is COO at Digi Car focused on building a rental platform for delivery and ride share drivers in NYC