Earn extra money as a delivery driver with both DoorDash and Caviar. You’ll have the flexibility and freedom to drive when you want, where you want.
BE YOUR OWN BOSS
Sign up to become a driver and choose your own hours. You can dash near your home or in a city you’re just visiting. Driver jobs are a great alternative to an hourly, seasonal, or full-time gigs.
HOW IT WORKS
Millions of people order food through DoorDash. When customers place an order, our app offers the deliveries to drivers (aka Dashers), who earn money by picking up and delivering them.
To start earning money, all you need is a smartphone and a mode of transportation, such as a car, bike, scooter, or motorcycle. We’ll take care of everything else!
BECOME A DELIVERY DRIVER
Our signup process takes just a few minutes. After signing up, it’ll take 1-2 days to get your account fully activated.
DoorDash is available in over 4,000 cities in all 50 U.S. states, including Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico; over 80 cities in Canada; and Melbourne, Australia, with more coming soon.
Find out if we’re in your area or learn more here: doordash.com/dasher/signup
Caviar Couriers should signup using the DoorDash - Driver app.
- Minor fixes and stability improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Improved driver issue response.. map no go
I do not like new map... it does not connect to my blue tooth and even turned off, I can’t get sound unless I turn the car all the way off... it was great before... however, it might mostly be from the iOS update. But I could deal with that if the map automatically centered so I could glance at the screen to see where I’m at...and it’s more difficult to locate customers houses and probably fifty percent of the houses and apts, you cannot see the numbers. I had to manually put in addresses into my google maps... it’s still easier to follow without sound. Having to re center the dasher map constantly is like an accident waiting to happen. Maybe there is an advantage to that that I don’t see yet?
Also, customers have reported that they’ve tried to edit their info and messages to us, but it doesn’t work ... their changes don’t update.
It would be super helpful if we had name of shopping center, office, apt complex, neighborhood where those stand out. And if someone lives in a house with no or difficult to see house numbers... some other visual indication might be helpful... like ‘white house w shutters and two lights at door’ or something. Half the houses are easy and straightforward... but some are not clear on map and when I can’t see addresses, I can’t confirm... I’ve had several close calls of dropping at wrong location. These details could help circumvent problems.
I’m a DD Driver
I’ve been Dashing for 8 months and I really enjoy meeting new people on my deliveries. The app is fairly easy to start you out, but there are a lot of little things that you learn as you go. Contact numbers are provided if you require assistance. You have opportunities to sponsor new drivers to help them learn, and you’re rewarded generously when they complete a certain number of deliveries. I feel it’s very safe because all transactions are done on line...no cash with the driver, and your earnings go straight into your banking account once a week. If you prefer, you can opt to be paid daily, but there is a small fee for that. I use Google maps to assist in my deliveries, and there are a couple other map apps that are available to you. With the Covid virus-DD will provide you with free face masks, hand sanitizer, and sanitary gloves upon request, and you can do ‘No Contact Delivery’ so you and your customers stay as safe as possible. The best part about this job is that YOU chose when you want to work. If you have scheduled yourself to work, and then you can’t do it, you can delete that dash and you are NOT penalized for backing out. If you are in the middle of a scheduled dash, and need/want a break, you can PAUSE without having to explain to your boss, like you would at just about ANY other job. This flexibility they give you is WONDERFUL!
Fun but app could be a bit better for dashers
I like the extra $ and it’s a decent gig but I feel that door dash shouldn’t allow the customer to do a no tip. I get them quite often from the same customers and I’m always on time or earlier. Make sure they have extra sauces. Napkins. Etc and I’m always polite and still get nothing from it. Dashers drive their own personal cars to make sure the customer gets their food and we use our own gas to make it happen. 3$ a trip isn’t worth delivering to people ordering 40-60$ of food and we have to go the extra mile for nothing basically. I feel that door dash can implement something on if you order either a lot of food and or a high price amount then the customer is required to tip. Also regarding if a store is indefinitely closed. They should make it easier to know what button to click to say you can’t do the order and not be docked acceptance because it not being your fault. If you click stores closed it should prompt you to say is it closed or closed indefinitely and then take you to the proper area if it’s indefinitely. Other than that. I’ll continue to do this as a side gig because it’s not hard and easy $.
Also I think door dash should do a rewards program on for every order you do you get points to get door dash merchandise to help with deliveries either it be better bags. Drink holders. Shirts. Etc. Would boost people to push for helpful items and or personal merchandise.
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- DoorDash, Inc.
- 127.2 MB
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
English, French, Japanese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease battery life.
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