1. Earn extra money as a delivery driver with both DoorDash and Caviar.
2. When customers place an order, our app offers the deliveries to drivers (aka Dashers), who earn money by picking up and delivering them.
3. 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.
4. Caviar Couriers should signup using the DoorDash - Driver app.
5. To start earning money, all you need is a smartphone and a mode of transportation, such as a car, bike, scooter, or motorcycle.
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.
Don’t read any of these 1-3 star reviews lol
Doordash is very solid. An important thing to note is if you live basically out in the middle of nowhere, you won’t get much out of it but if you live in the suburbs or work in your downtown area; you’ll make a lot more money than you think. I live out in a city smack in the middle where all the highway stops are and the restaurants are packed in plazas and at peak times, i’ve gotten 18-24 dollars an hour. even around midday or afternoon I can grab 40-60 bucks for a few hours dashing. i’m a college student, so I don’t worry TOO much about how much money i’m making but for a kid who’s got no job, this does it for me as a student. I don’t have to worry about annoying customers or smelling like pan grease all day cooking food. I can work when I want, in the comfort of my own car—alone. and the money is truly great—IF you utilize what you are given. do not listen to these 1-3 reviews lol they complain about an app that has bugs that appear once every blue moon. otherwise, they probably live in a rural area where people don’t bother ordering food as much or as often. who tf is gonna order through doordash in burlington, vermont?
Too Many Drivers and App Crashes
I’ve been a dasher for almost a month now and I’ve liked it so far. Although there’s a few things I don’t like so far. As of right now I’m dashing in a busy area in my town. I’ve been doing this for about 4 hours today and I’ve only gotten 4 orders. Door dash is scheduling too many drivers at a time and it makes it impossible to receive orders to make money. Not to mention the pay has been really crappy today. It’s been around $4 per order which is really bad compared to what I usually get. There’s no way that includes 100% of the tips from the customer plus the other fees they pay. Also. The app crashes..A LOT. I had gotten a text about an order and I go to my app to accept it, except the app crashes and I never received the order. I had to restart my phone and as a result of this my acceptance rating went down. Please fix the app crashes and stop scheduling too many drivers!!! If it gets busy there’s always someone in the area to help out.
Doordash Is what you make of it
I have been dashing for over a month now and overall I’ve had a pretty good experience. Most customers are kind and understanding and the restaurants I pick up the food from are usually efficient. As for the App there are many things I like about it. I love how I can dash whenever it’s busy (in my area it usually is busy all day long) and how I can schedule a dash in advance but be able to cancel it with no penalty. The interface is simple and easy to use. I like how you can pause your dash if need be. The pay isn’t bad either with most dashes landing you anywhere from $6-$20 depending on customer tip and delivery distance. And they’re usually pretty generous with the amount of time they want you to pick up the food and deliver it by. You truly can work as much or as little as you want with doordash. However, like every job, doordash isn’t perfect. Sometimes when im dashing my app will freeze and i’ll have to close it out and open it again. I also don’t like how they draw some of these district maps, I believe my own district if a little too big. Other than that, I’ve had a pretty positive experience so far. Im on 64 dashes and have made about $500 in total.