Delivery fee is being developed at this time. We plan to pay at the top of the delivery market scale to attract and retain quality drivers and to offset the increasing cost of gas.
No. All drivers are independent contractors. Independent contract drivers are responsible for all taxes, insurance, licensing and all other fees relevant to being an independent delivery driver in chosen delivery area. You could benefit from the many tax right-offs available to business owners. Consult a tax professional.
Clark county Nevada requires a business license for independent drivers. There is normally a grace period before license is required. Check with your local business license authority or attorney for guidance. FYI: there are two delivery driver licenses in Clark County. Passenger Delivery (Uber etc) and Goods delivery (DoorDash etc). You will need the goods delivery license. We are currently working with other jurisdictions to determine their requirements.
The way we interpret the law, in Clark County Nevada, the answer is Yes. Apply online at ccb.nv.gov. The cost is approximately $150.00. There are numerous agent license categories. We chose the "Contractor" license.
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We are currently waiting on one license from the county and working out final details with dispensary partners. Once those things are in place we will officially launch. This should happen within the next 30-45 days.
If you are granted a territory you will receive an invoice and contract via email.