I have worked 10 hours this week and made less than $60, and driven over a hundred miles. I'm averaging less than $6 per hour. If you consider that the IRS recommends mileage rate of 55 cents per miles, just to cover the cost of gas plus wear and tear on your car, then I've just broken even. The problem is that the minimums are too low. They only charge a $6 delivery fee, of which the runner gets $2.10. With traffic in Fort Worth, thanks to every road being under construction, plus waiting for trains and going through slow school zones, you can only do about 2 deliveries per hour and there is no minimum on the amount of purchase. So, a lot of the orders are $6 lunches, etc. How much is someone going to tip on a $6 order with a $6 delivery fee? Not much, even though it took about 30 minutes to complete the favor. This is NOT worth it. They need to charge the customer more and pay the runner much, much, much better. I ended up 30 miles from home to complete my 2nd delivery last night. I'm working for free so far.