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I don't think the residents of the Bahamas would find that humorous.
Sure, why not? I would be happy to take you either way.
Please let us know how things are going for you. DL
Very similar experience. My first rider, I forgot to swipe start ride. I don't know if my pax noticed or not or just didn't say anything. Luckily, short ride to a store that I knew. Longest drive was 45 miles 2 weeks ago. I thought the rider was kidding when I asked where to. They weren't. Nice payout on that one. I get asked all the time how long have you been doing this. Answer: not long. At first I was a bit paranoid that they could tell I was inexperienced but actually turns out they were asking because they were interested in it themselves. I always give the same answer: you just have to try it for 1-3 months and see if it's a good fit for you. I am not concerned about future possible competition, I will help anyone I can.
Uber driver and do 4 food deliveries. GrubHub has been the best for me, at least 50% of total. Would like to kid drive but don't think there is any such service here. 1 phone. You have to have 3 or 4 apps online at same time. When you accept on one, immediately go offline on the others, do not forget to do this. Complete order or ride, bring the offline apps back up again. Works well for me.
When you do your tax return you should be able to decide if it is worth it to you. This goes for any self-employment.
Do you have 4 eyes?
I will deliver to any apt door/trailer if I can find it. No one, well, extremely rarely, will be standing outside waiting for you. Can't find you because you live in a 30 bldg complex and you face the interior? Yes, I will call you. So if you order food, always answer the phone even if the area code is not local, it's me trying to find you. This is also the reason I will not deliver after sunset, cannot see any numbers.