Learn how delivery works in Regina and Saskatoon and see tips for getting started.
Do I need extra insurance to deliver?
Your Basic auto liability coverage applies while you are making deliveries. If you have any questions about your current coverage or are interested in purchasing additional auto insurance, you should contact your auto-insurance broker or visit the SGI Canada website to see what is allowed under your policy and if additional coverage is required. You are responsible for ensuring that you have insurance coverage that meets compulsory requirements as well as your own coverage needs.
Are there any additional requirements I should be aware of?
Delivery partners are independent contractors and responsible for managing their business including tax and licensing obligations. As independent contractors, Saskatchewan Employment Standards do not apply.
Tips for delivering with Uber
Learn about becoming a top-rated delivery partner with Uber and how to earn more throughout the day.
Need an insulated bag? You can purchase a bag from a vendor of your choice, or from a third-party seller here.
How to prevent spills
- Check that the container's lid is secured tightly and facing up.
- Carefully place the food containers into the bag facing up.
- Make sure the bag is kept flat—tipping the bag on its side or upside down can cause food to slide to the edge of the container and get messy.
That's it! Follow these 3 simple guidelines to help hungry Saskatoon and Regina eaters fully enjoy the meals they've been craving.
Hot places and times to deliver
The majority of demand occurs during lunch (11am – 2pm) and dinner (5pm – 9pm).
Where to park
Parking in Saskatoon and Regina
Whether you're picking up an order at a restaurant or dropping it off at your eater's door, you'll need to park for a few minutes to run inside.
We understand that sometimes there's a shortage of parking spots available. Here are a few tips to help you find a safe space to leave your vehicle:
- Restaurants: Check for special delivery instructions in your Uber app. Some restaurants include parking instructions and directions to help you find the entrance.
- Apartments: Many apartment buildings have areas where you can park for 5 – 10 minutes while delivering.
Here’s how your fare is calculated
Pickup: $1.50 per trip
Flat fee for picking up one or multiple orders at a restaurant.
Dropoff: $1.00 per dropoff
Flat fee per order delivered.
Distance: $0.43 per km
Per-kilometre rate from pickup to dropoff, with distance determined by the most efficient route in the Uber Driver app
Time: $0.14 per minute
Per-minute rate based on expected wait time at restaurant, expected travel time from restaurant to dropoff, and expected wait time at dropoff.