In fact, depending on your area, it could be Just Eat, Uber Eats, Deliveroo, Stuart or a number of smaller independent delivery companies.
Signing up is easy, a background check and driving licence check will be carried out, but you will have the option to earn around £12-£15 an hour after costs (explained later)
What will I need?
A Driving Licence
A bank account (to be paid)
Some Free Time
Hire & Reward Insurance (For Fast Food) Click here to find out how this can cost as little as 80p per hour (and you can enjoy £10 FREE Credit) when you join.
A Food delivery bag (to keep the food warm).
How much can I earn?
Using a Car means you will need to supply fuel, Insurance, but in our review it's fairly easy to earn £20 an hour before expenses.
What hours can I work?
With Uber Eats you can choose to Logon and Log off as you like, other companies allow you to choose your free time in advance and offer pre booked shifts for you to earn and extra income.
Is it for me?
You can work as often or as little as you like, the extra weekly income does come in handy, don't forget, this is a self employed position and you will need to pay your Own taxes.
What's it like to work for Uber Eats
You get to meet a lot of people, Once you are approved, you will need to install the Uber App, once online, your APP will direct you to local restaurants to begin deliveries.
Most orders will pay £3-£7 each, depending on restaurants (McDonalds are most popular but are slower to prepare food) you should be able to complete 4/5 orders an hour.