Pay Rate for Delivery Food Delivery in California?

Pay Rate for Delivery Food Delivery in California?

I'-m planning on starting a food delivery service in California and was wondering what is a fair wage rate. $8.00 an hour?Should gas be paid on a per delivery rate (ie. $1 a trip) or on a fixed amount based on an expected MPG and the current gas price?What is the time spent for each of the following events:Picking up food at a restaurant.Delivering food to a customer.Traveling between the restaurant and the customer (2-5 miles).Thanks!

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First, Minimum Wage + tips is a good scale to start with. If you start getting requests for a specific driver that person my deserve a raise.Second, Car expenses are normally calculated on the number of miles driven. A number that will pay fuel costs and so forth for an average auto can be had through AAA. Remember, if the driver uses his/her own car for business they need a different insurance than if it is strictly for private conveyance. All those costs, gas, tire, oil, tune-ups, insurance, depreciation and so forth will run an owner at least a gimpalom

First, Minimum Wage + tips is a good scale to start with. If you start getting requests for a specific driver that person my deserve a raise.Second, Car expenses are normally calculated on the number of miles driven. A number that will pay fuel costs and so forth for an average auto can be had through AAA. Remember, if the driver uses his/her own car for business they need a different insurance than if it is strictly for private conveyance. All those costs, gas, tire, oil, tune-ups, insurance, depreciation and so forth will run an owner at least a gimpalom

First, Minimum Wage + tips is a good scale to start with. If you start getting requests for a specific driver that person my deserve a raise.Second, Car expenses are normally calculated on the number of miles driven. A number that will pay fuel costs and so forth for an average auto can be had through AAA. Remember, if the driver uses his/her own car for business they need a different insurance than if it is strictly for private conveyance. All those costs, gas, tire, oil, tune-ups, insurance, depreciation and so forth will run an owner at least a gimpalom

First, Minimum Wage + tips is a good scale to start with. If you start getting requests for a specific driver that person my deserve a raise.Second, Car expenses are normally calculated on the number of miles driven. A number that will pay fuel costs and so forth for an average auto can be had through AAA. Remember, if the driver uses his/her own car for business they need a different insurance than if it is strictly for private conveyance. All those costs, gas, tire, oil, tune-ups, insurance, depreciation and so forth will run an owner at least a $1.00 a mile.As for the time expenditure, that will depend on a number of things. How fast is the restaurant, how fast is the driver, what sort of driving conditions prevail etc.Good luck on your endeavor.

.00 a mile.As for the time expenditure, that will depend on a number of things. How fast is the restaurant, how fast is the driver, what sort of driving conditions prevail etc.Good luck on your endeavor.

.00 a mile.As for the time expenditure, that will depend on a number of things. How fast is the restaurant, how fast is the driver, what sort of driving conditions prevail etc.Good luck on your endeavor.

.00 a mile.As for the time expenditure, that will depend on a number of things. How fast is the restaurant, how fast is the driver, what sort of driving conditions prevail etc.Good luck on your endeavor.

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