FareEats is leveling the playing field in food delivery, working in a partnership with drivers and businesses to make delivery fair for all.Our drivers own the platform through a driver co-op set up in their city, while earning 90% of the delivery fees and 100% of the tips.Businesses enjoy a service fee as low as 5% with no gimmicks (compared to 20-35% with the major apps), allowing them to keep prices low and help their customers save!
Work on your own schedule and enjoy the freedom to chooseto accept orders as they come in.
Through our referral program, Local Driver Co-op membersearn residual income from every transaction completed bythe members they refer.
The first step is to join our driver-owned co-op as a member. To start, please visit www.localdriver.coop and watch the about us video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhIWhjiMGxs
Then, download the driver app from your app store (or from the links above).
Finally, send us your documents and once verified, you will be able to start receiving deliveries.
We charge customers $0.95 per km or a minimum of $4.99 (below 5km). Drivers receive 90% of these fees and 100% of the tips.
No. Delivery couriers do not need insurance to deliver food for FareEats, however, if driving a vehicle, they must have current auto insurance (drivers must provide their documents to deliver for FareEats).
Delivery bags and other merchandise is available to our members at a low cost at: https://www.directcoops.com/shop/driver-necessities
In Ontario, couriers must have a Smart Serve certificate to deliver alcoholic beverages. FareEats is licensed to deliver alcohol in Ontario.