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7,000+ online food orders per hour

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Yes it is true it is easly to learn how to make money riding a scooter for Uber Eats and other food services in Australia. 

 

As of early February 2018 finder.com.au’s research estimated that 68 million online food orders were being made in Australia each year. That’s approximately 7,000 food deliveries per hour on their way to homes or offices mainly by a scooter. The convienience of having freshly cooked food delivered to our door by a scooter or motorbike is becoming more attractive as Australians deal with our ”overtime’ culture.

 

 

So our food delivery addiction is turning into a huge growth industry with an estimated  $2.6 billion being spent each year on food and drink delivery via companies such as Menulog,  UberEatsDeliveroo and the now closed Foodora.

 

 

Nearly 30% of adults in major cities like Sydney are using food delivery services. It is estimated that this segment makes up more than 10% of the cafe, takeaway food, restaurant market. More impressive is the estimated growth which is nearly double some of the other retail segments.

 

 

The food industry has begun to embrace this shift in consumer habits with the delivery aggregators creating a technology platform for shop owners and bike riders to cater to the demand. It has created a completely new way for someone to make money from riding a motorbike, scooter or motorcycle. Riders are paid in different ways depending on the service used but typically you earn a pick up fee, delivery fee, amount per kilometre travelled that is balanced up with an admin fee for using the platform. 

The food industry has begun to embrace this shift in consumer habits with the delivery aggregators creating a technology platform for shop owners and scooter riders to cater to the demand. 

 

It has created a completely new way for someone to make money from riding a scooter, motorbike or motorcycle. Riders are paid in different ways depending on the service used but typically you earn a pick up fee, delivery fee, amount per kilometre travelled that is balanced up with an admin fee for using the platform. 

 

So if you rent a scooter in Sydney you can use it for services like Ubereats, Menulog, Deliveroo or others that are similar. We can even provide the necessary paperwork to help you when you do your application. We provide insurance, regular maintenance, a helmet and mobile phone holder. Our rental bikes even have a rear rack to make carrying bags or boxes a little easier.  

 

Our scooter rental service in Sydney includes all these items for a low weekly price;

  • Unlimited kilomters
  • Insurance.
  • Regular maintenance,.
  • A helmet.
  • A mobile phone holder.
  • Roadside assistance.
  • Emergency replacement.
 

This means it makes it easy to stick to a budget with everything taken care of except for fuel and motorway tolls (or fines) It also means you have economical transport for your own personal use and our bikes are great for lane filtering with their sleek design.

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