Are you in the Los Angeles area and looking to get out of the house? If so, then becoming a Postmates driver in Los Angeles might be a great gig for you.
As the stay at home orders have increased in California, so has the immense demand for delivery services in the area. With millions of people unable to leave their homes or go out to eat, they are turning to delivery services to bring the food to them.
Postmates is aggressively hiring drivers in the region, so sign up today and take advantage of the opportunity before it is too late.
Los Angeles Postmates Incentives and Bonuses
Postmates is offering new driver applicants in the Los Angeles area the opportunity to earn a sign on bonus of $1,200. The bonus is available to drivers who complete 180 deliveries in the first 28 days of driving.
On the other hand, existing drivers are also being offered the ability to earn. Existing drivers are able to earn a cash bonus of $450 when they refer new drivers. The new driver must complete 160 deliveries in the first 30 days of driving.
When you become a Los Angeles Postmates driver, you’ll more often than not be delivering high-end food, drink, and clothing.
Navigating the West LA and Downtown Los Angeles areas is essential, so familiarity with the shops, restaurants, and neighborhoods is a must.
Aside from delivering fast food staples like McDonald’s, Chick Fil A, and and Taco Bell, you’ll also be delivering food and drinks from more popular and niche restaurants like Lazy Daisy Cafe, Canter’s Delicatessen, and Chaumont.
Delivering for Postmates in Los Angeles
So what is delivering for Postmates in Los Angeles like? Check out the video below to see how it works in the area, as well as how much you can make as a driver for the region.
Must be 18 years or older
You can deliver with a car, truck, van, bicycle, motorcycle, or scooter
Have access to an insured vehicle (unless you have a bicycle)
Postmates is an American company that offers local delivery of restaurant-prepared meals and other goods. As of February 2019, Postmates operates in 2,940 U.S. cities. The service relies on mobile phone applications and their Global Positioning System capabilities to match inventories and consumer demand.