Frequently Asked Questions
Q) Is this a position of employment?
A) No. The deliveries are outsourced to independent contractors.
Q) What is an independent contractor?
A) An independent contractor is a natural person, business, or corporation that provides goods or services to another entity under terms
specified in a contract or within a verbal agreement. An independent contractor performs services on a freelance basis. The manner and means
of performing the specified services is not subject to the control of the person or entity that requires the services to be performed.
An independent contractor is not entitled to receive benefits from the contracting entity, such as workers compensation, unemployment benefits,
health insurance, paid vacation or any other fringe benefit. An independent contractor is responsible for their own taxes at the end of the year.
Q) What are the hours of the client’s operation?
A) Most client locations operate 7am – 2am. You can deliver as many or as few pickups as you wish throughout the day.
Q) How am I compensated?
A) Compensation is based on delivery zones. Once a delivery is complete, you sign that the delivery has been made.
Vendor payments are direct deposited into your bank account every Friday.
Q) Can I drive as many routes as I want?
A) Yes, you can drive as many days as you are available and as our client has a need. Set your own customized, standard schedule.
Your schedule can be regular, erratic or as you decide.
Q) Do I need a certain type of vehicle?
A) No. Larger vehicles, such as minivans and SUV’s hold more luggage and keep the luggage out of the elements. Our clients require that luggage not be
subjected to rain and harsh weather. Larger vehicles also allow a contractor to deliver more luggage at one time.
Q) Do I need to have a clean driving record?
A) Yes. You need to be able to pass a background check and have less than 6 points against your license in the last 3 years.
Q) Am I guaranteed deliveries every day, all day?
A) You are not guaranteed deliveries , but most locations are consistently busy.
Q) Is this a seasonal position?
A) Our client’s business needs vary depending on seasonal travel but a driver database is maintained for utilizing drivers who dedicate their resources to our clients.
Volume does increase dramatically during holiday travel seasons, when adverse weather strikes, and during summer months.