How Can I Drive for Uber Eats?

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In 2014, the popular ride-sharing company Uber launched a restaurant-delivery service called Uber Eats. Similar to services like DoorDash and GrubHub, users place their food orders from their computers or mobile devices, and delivery drivers go to the respective restaurants, pick up the orders and deliver the food to the users' front doors. Drivers get paid a certain amount per mile and also work for tips and other fees that Uber Eats charges both the restaurant and the customer.

Driving for Uber Eats can be a great side gig that lets you choose when you want to work. Read on to learn more about what the requirements are to become an Uber Eats driver, how pay is broken down and whether it might be a good fit for you.