If you want to start making extra money but don’t like the idea of sitting around on your computer all day, a driving side hustle might be the perfect option.
Rideshare driving—like driving for Uber or Lyft—is one possibility, but you’ll need to be okay with having strangers in your car. For many, this can be stressful and taxing. That’s why many people turn to a popular alternative driving gig: delivery driving.
As a delivery driver, you’ll pick up goods (food, groceries, packages, etc.) and deliver them to a home or business. Delivery driver jobs can take many forms, from dropping off Amazon orders to doing someone else’s grocery shopping for them.
Check out our top 13 picks for delivery driver apps to find the right delivery side hustle for you.