If you don't mind constantly fluctuating low pay, and additional wear and tear on your car, all while paying an assortment of difficult to track fees, by all means 'contract' with Wildcat2Go (DDI is the parent company). Worker misclassification (you are considered an independent contractor) means you don't get taxes taken out of your pay, you don't earn an hourly wage, and don't qualify for benefits, minimum wage, or overtime protections of any kind.
The job itself isn't difficult, aside from the usual stuff associated with delivery type jobs. That said, I often made less than $7 an hour at the end of the night most shifts, and that was before accounting for my expenses. The vast majority of my time was usually spent at resturaunts/venues waiting for food to be ready to deliver rather than actually driving to the location or the customer's house.
Dealing with the management was a nightmare, with constantly fluctuating work policies that had no rhyme or reason, favoritism for different drivers, a complete lack of transparency in regards to business models, etc.