Thinking of delivering food on a bike? Here are a few suggestions from delivery partners that you might want to know before you ride.
Our Community Guidelines recommend that you find a helmet that fits properly if you’re riding a bike, motorcycle, or scooter. According to safety experts, helmets can help protect you when worn according to the manufacturer’s instructions: low on your forehead and snug under your chin.
Delivery partners also point out that closed-toed shoes and a waterproof and windproof jacket with a reflective element allows for protection from weather and visibility on the road.
Here are a few other useful tips.
Before you start riding, check your brakes, tires, and equipment, and familiarize yourself with local road laws.
Ride where designated by local law for your safety and the safety of pedestrians around you.
You can choose to use bike-friendly navigation in the app by tapping your profile picture, followed by Account > App settings to select your preferred navigation.
Be aware of potholes and car doors opening. Make sure, too, that you’re careful around train tracks, and don’t let your wheel get stuck.
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