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How Much Does DoorDash Pay Couriers in 2020?

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For anyone in need of a solid side hustle, DoorDash is certainly an enticing brand. Boasting the largest U.S. market share in the food delivery industry, DoorDash connects you to requests from a massive customer base, which means you’ll have a better chance of getting back-to-back requests. However, the potential for more requests doesn’t necessarily mean a potential for higher earnings. So how much does DoorDash pay?

There’s no question that DoorDash has Uber Eats, Postmates, and even Grubhub beat in terms of sales. Still, in order for the company’s courier gig (also known as the Dasher gig) to be worth your time, you need to make sure a good amount of cash trickles down to you.

In this article, we’ll break down how much DoorDash pays and how those earnings are calculated.


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How Much Does DoorDash Pay?

The average DoorDash delivery driver makes about $11 per hour, plus 100% of the tips that customers provide. This pay is pretty standard for most food delivery companies within the gig economy — but it’s not the most you can earn by any means.

As independent contractors, Dashers are not limited to any amount of earnings, which means it is possible to earn far more than $11 per hour. Location is one of the many factors that can impact your average hourly pay, so drivers in big (and expensive) markets like New York City may find that they make far more than drivers in Oklahoma. Hourly tips can also drive up your earnings drastically.

Of course, being independent contractors also means DoorDash drivers are responsible for covering many of their own expenses (which we’ll go over later in this article).

For Dashers who deliver on bike or on foot, instead of with a motor vehicle, earnings are never consistently higher or lower. On the downside, you won’t be able to take on higher-paying large orders or long-distance requests. On the plus side, you may be able to fit in more orders into each hour — allowing for more tips — while avoiding many of the expenses drivers may face.


DoorDash Pay Model

Customers pay DoorDash a delivery fee in exchange for the convenience of food delivery. However, this fee isn’t what you’ll actually receive as a DoorDash driver. Instead, DoorDash pays drivers a minimum amount per order. DoorDash guarantees that delivery drivers will earn at least $1 per delivery, plus 100 percent of tips paid by the customer.

This guaranteed amount is based on the following factors:

  • Size of the order
  • Whether you have to place the order in person
  • Projected driving distance, traffic, parking and wait time at the store

In general, the average payment per order is around $5 before tips. In the cases of large orders, long distance or busy times, this number can go higher.

In some cases, the minimum amount can be higher, especially during busy times like the lunch rush. The minimum amount can also vary based on the market, so check the relevant page for your city to find out the specifics (you’ll also receive this info once DoorDash has accepted your application).

DoorDash also shows drivers how much delivery pay they’ll receive before they accept or reject an order. This will help you avoid taking orders that aren’t worth your time relative to what they pay.

Your hourly earnings on DoorDash can sometimes depend on your luck with requests and customer tips, but understanding the DoorDash pay structure can help you boost your earnings with a little bit of strategy.

As a Dasher, your earnings will primarily be based on the following factors:

  • Base pay: DoorDash guarantees $2 to $10 for every completed order. The actual payment will depend on your time spent and distance traveled. Less desirable requests (those that other drivers previously rejected) will also pay more.
  • Promotions: Dashers can earn extra when peak pay is active, which occurs when demand is high. This usually occurs around lunch and dinner. Couriers can also take advantage of Challenge bonuses when they’re offered in your area, just by completing a set amount of deliveries within a given time frame.
  • Tips: Couriers receive 100% of customer tips. DoorDash suggests tips of $2, $3, and $4 on customers’ checkout screens.

The key to maximizing earnings is simple: Complete as many orders as possible per hour while also maximizing tips. You’ll learn how to maximize your number of orders per hour with time, as well as get a sense of whether or not an order is worth your time to accept. Tips, on the other hand, are something that you can influence through your friendliness, professionalism, timeliness and overall customer service.

How Does DoorDash Pay?

DoorDash pays all drivers on a weekly basis via direct deposit. Although they transfer earnings made between Monday and Sunday, it can take up to three days for the money to show in the driver’s account. This means that earnings from the last week should be available by Wednesday the following week.

A financial advantage to being a DoorDash dasher is that while these independent contractors don’t earn an annual salary, they receive the full amount of their earnings. DoorDash doesn’t withhold money for tax purposes, so drivers are responsible for declaring their earnings and paying taxes on them.

Another advantage to working for DoorDash is the opportunity to earn “Busy Pay.” This is extra pay for when delivery demand is especially high, and the amount you’ll receive depends on how busy it is.

Pay Boosts and Bonus Incentives

While smart referral tactics can help you boost your income with DoorDash, the platform is still about deliveries at the end of the day. You can increase your delivery earnings significantly when you pick up deliveries during the busiest hours. These are the times when people are ordering lunch and dinner, and you’ll get additional compensation for the increased order demand.

DoorDash refers to this incentive as “Busy Pay.” The amount varies based on current demand, but you’ll be able to see its amount before you accept a delivery, as you can see in the image below:

Things Every New DoorDash Dasher Should Know

It can be a pain to deliver during these peak hours, as they often see increased traffic and heightened levels of activity at the restaurants where you’re picking up food. It’s worth it, however, for the extra money you can earn due to the higher volume of orders. The screenshot above shows a Busy Pay bonus of $1.50, but it can go even higher in some cases.

Plus, the more deliveries you’re making in a given amount of time, the more you’re earning overall. This is especially true when you consider that the more deliveries you make, the more opportunities you have to earn tips.

Of course, you should never let the quality of the service you offer suffer in a quest to complete deliveries more quickly. This will just lead to lower ratings and lower (or no) tips. Only take on the number of deliveries that you can reasonably make without any errors.


Other Ways to Earn More

In addition to traditional promotions, there are two great ways to earn extra money on the DoorDash platform: delivering with DoorDash Drive and scheduling delivery blocks. We’ll describe how to do both below.

Join DoorDash Drive

As a Dasher, you have the unique opportunity to earn more with DoorDash Drive, a program that allows restaurants to request highly rated couriers for their own deliveries. As part of this program, you have the chance to get more offers, including many large orders and catering requests that allow you to get extra money.

While you can’t just sign up to become a DoorDash Drive courier, the company will send you an invite when drivers are needed for the program and you meet the following requirements:

  • Completed at least 100 DoorDash deliveries
  • Have and maintain at least a 4.8 customer rating
  • Have and maintain a 90% completion rate

You’ll also need to own some large catering bags to be able to complete DoorDash Drive requests.

Schedule a Dash

Even if you don’t qualify for DoorDash Drive, you can always maximize your earnings by scheduling delivery blocks (called Dashes) ahead of time. When you do so, you guarantee that you’ll be delivering food at a time when couriers are actually needed on the road. This can mean more back-to-back requests and more tips.

At the time of your scheduled Dash, you simply need to log onto your app for your selected shift and start accepting deliveries as normal. The only requirement is that you must deliver within the assigned area for your delivery block, which you should see before signing up.


How Are Dashers Paid?

One of the perks of becoming a DoorDash courier is getting paid every single week. Dasher payouts are sent out via direct deposit each Monday, so funds are available to you by Wednesday night, unless a bank holiday delays the processing time. This payment will include all completed deliveries for Monday to Sunday of the preceding week.

If you ever need to expedite your payments, you always have the opportunity to use the DoorDash Fast Pay feature, which enables you to cash out immediately for a $1.99 service fee. To use this feature, you are required to have a valid debit card connected to your Dasher account.


DoorDash Driver Expenses

When examining how much you’ll make delivering for DoorDash, it’s important to consider that the amount DoorDash pays you is your gross income — your actual earnings will be lower after taxes and costs you incur when making deliveries.

Let’s start with taxes.

DoorDash drivers are independent contractors. This means that DoorDash does not withhold any taxes from the money they pay you. You’re responsible for making these payments yourself when tax time rolls around. If you make more than $600 in a year delivering for DoorDash, the company will send you a Form 1099-MISC with a summary of your earnings.

Next, you need to take into account your operating costs. These will depend on a variety of factors. If you’re making deliveries using a car, your costs will be higher than if you’re delivering on a scooter, bike, or on foot. The fuel efficiency of your car, the gas prices in your are and the age of your vehicle will also affect your personal costs of doing business.

Because Dashers are all independent contractors, you will be responsible for covering common expenses like:

  • Gas: Fuel costs are approximately 57.5 cents per mile, according to the 2020 IRS standard mileage rate.
  • Car maintenance: Vehicle needs like oil changes, wheel alignments, and brake system inspections may increase with your car usage and you’ll be expected to cover the cost.
  • Insurance: While DoorDash does provide excess auto insurance coverage when you’re delivering on the platform, you still need your own personal auto insurance policy to qualify to drive.
  • Self-employment taxes: All independent contractors pay a 15.3% tax for Medicare and Social Security, on top of their income taxes, since taxes aren’t withheld from their paychecks.

Luckily, most job-related expenses are tax-deductible, so your self-employment and income taxes may not be as high as you expect. Just make sure to track your expenses and mileage, so your accountant can help you with deductions during tax season.


Boost Your Earnings with Sign-Up Bonuses and Promo Codes

Making deliveries isn’t the only way to earn with DoorDash. You can also make money referring friends to drive for the service. You’ll be able to earn a bonus (as high as $650 in some markets) for every friend who signs up with your referral link and makes the required number of deliveries within the required amount of time (varies by market, see below). To refer a friend, simply go to the “Invite Friends” tab within the Dasher app. Learn more in our DoorDash Driver Promo Code guide.

Additionally, new DoorDash drivers have the chance to earn a bonus payment when they sign up for the service and complete a minimum number of deliveries. The bonus amount varies by city, but is generally around $50. Sign up with this link to start working towards your bonus.

Curious how much you can earn in bonuses for each city? Here’s a list of current referral amounts for every current DoorDash market, as well as the conditions you need to meet to receive them:

  • Canada – Burnaby, Coquitlam and Surrey: Dashers earn $250 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $100. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 80 deliveries within the first 40 days of applying.
  • Canada – Calgary: Dashers earn $300 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $100. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 100 deliveries within the first 40 days of applying.
  • Canada – Edmonton: Dashers earn $125 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 100 deliveries within the first 40 days of applying.
  • Canada – Hamilton: Dashers earn $400 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 100 deliveries within the first 75 days of applying.
  • Canada – London: Dashers earn $500 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $100. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 100 deliveries within the first 75 days of applying.
  • Canada – Mississauga, Brampton and Oakville: Dashers earn $125 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $150. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 120 deliveries within the first 60 days of applying.
  • Canada – Ottawa: Dashers earn $500 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $100. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 100 deliveries within the first 75 days of applying.
  • Canada – Toronto: Dashers earn $400 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 120 deliveries within the first 60 days of applying.
  • Canada – Vancouver and Richmond: Dashers earn $250 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $100. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 80 deliveries within the first 40 days of applying.
  • Canada – Waterloo, Kitchener and Guelph: Dashers earn $400 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 120 deliveries within the first 60 days of applying.
  • AL – Birmingham: Dashers earn $50 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $25. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 30 deliveries within the first 30 days. DoorDash launched in Birmingham on 6/13/2018.
  • AZ – Phoenix: No bonuses currently available.
  • CA – Central Coast: Dashers earn $200 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 120 deliveries within the first 60 days of applying.
  • CA – Inland Empire: Dashers earn $100 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 120 deliveries within the first 60 days of applying.
  • CA – Los Angeles: Dashers in Los Angeles earn $500 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 120 deliveries within the first 60 days of applying. Dashers in the LA Valley earn $150 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are also paid out after the referred Dasher completes 120 deliveries within the first 60 days of applying.
  • CA – Monterey Bay: Dashers earn $300 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 150 deliveries within the first 75 days.
  • CA – Northern California: Referral bonuses for each submarket are as follows:
    • San Francisco: $300 for referrer, $50 for new Dasher — new Dasher must complete 150 deliveries within 60 days of completing the online application.
    • North Bay: $300 for referrer, $50 for new Dasher — new Dasher must complete 150 deliveries within 60 days of completing the online application.
    • South Bay: $300 for referrer, $50 for new Dasher — new Dasher must complete 150 deliveries within 60 days of completing the online application.
    • Peninsula: $300 for referrer, $50 for new Dasher — new Dasher must complete 150 deliveries within 60 days of completing the online application.
    • East Bay: $300 for referrer, $50 for new Dasher — new Dasher must complete 150 deliveries within 60 days of completing the online application.
    • Central Valley: $50 for referrer, $25 for new Dasher — new Dasher must complete 50 deliveries within 50 days of completing the online application.
  • CA – Orange County: Dashers earn $650 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $100. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 150 deliveries within the first 60 days of applying.
  • CA – San Diego: Dashers earn $200 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 150 deliveries within the first 60 days of applying.
  • CO – Denver/Boulder: Dashers earn $650 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 150 deliveries within the first 60 days of applying.
  • NY – New York City: Dashers earn $100 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $100. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 30 deliveries within the first 30 days of applying.
  • DC – Washington, D.C.: No bonuses currently available.
  • FL – Jacksonville: No bonuses currently available.
  • FL – Miami: No bonuses currently available.
  • FL – Orlando: No bonuses currently available.
  • FL – Tampa: No bonuses currently available.
  • GA – Atlanta: No bonuses currently available.
  • Hawaii – Dashers earn $300 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 150 deliveries within the first 75 days.
  • IA – Des Moines: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public). DoorDash launched in Des Moines 6/16/2018.
  • ID – Boise: Dashers earn $200 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 150 deliveries within the first 75 days.
  • IL – Bloomington: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).
  • IL – Champaign: No bonuses currently available.
  • IL – Chicago: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).
  • IL – Rockford: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).
  • IN – Indianapolis: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).
  • IN – South Bend: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).
  • KS – Kansas City: Dashers earn $500 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 200 deliveries within the first 50 days of applying.
  • KY – Lexington: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).
  • KY – Louisville: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).
  • LA – New Orleans: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public). DoorDash launched in New Orleans on 6/6/2018.
  • MD – Baltimore: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public). Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 50 deliveries within the first 30 days of applying.
  • MA – Boston: No bonuses currently available.
  • MI – Detroit: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).
  • MN – Minneapolis: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).
  • MO – St. Louis: Dashers earn $500 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $100. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 200 deliveries within the first 50 days of applying.
  • NC – Charlotte: No bonuses currently available.
  • NC – Raleigh: Dashers earn $50 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $25. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 50 deliveries within the first 30 days.
  • NE – Omaha: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).
  • NJ – New Jersey: Dashers earn $100 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $100. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 30 deliveries within the first 30 days.
  • NM – Albuquerque: Dashers earn $300 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 150 deliveries within the first 75 days.
  • NV – Las Vegas: No bonuses currently available.
  • NY – Buffalo: No bonuses currently available.
  • NY – Long Island: Dashers earn $100 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $100. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 30 deliveries within the first 30 days.
  • NY – New York City: Dashers earn $100 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $100. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 30 deliveries within the first 30 days (available only in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens).
  • OH – Cincinnati/Dayton: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).
  • OH – Columbus: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).
  • OH – Cleveland: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).
  • OK – Oklahoma City: Dashers earn $75 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $25. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 50 deliveries within the first 30 days.
  • OK – Tulsa: Dashers earn $75 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $25. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 50 deliveries within the first 30 days.
  • OR – Portland: Dashers earn $600 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $100. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 150 deliveries within the first 60 days of applying.
  • PA – Philadelphia: No bonuses currently available.
  • PA – Pittsburgh: Dashers earn $1,000 for every new Dasher referred. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 150 deliveries within the first 60 days of applying.
  • TN – Memphis: No bonuses currently available.
  • TN – Nashville: No bonuses currently available.
  • TX – Austin: Dashers earn $75 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $25. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 50 deliveries within the first 30 days.
  • TX – College Station: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public). DoorDash launched in College Station on 5/30/2018.
  • TX – Dallas/Fort Worth: No bonuses currently available.
  • TX – Houston: No bonuses currently available.
  • TX – Lubbock: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public). DoorDash launched in Lubbock on 5/30/2018.
  • TX – San Antonio: No bonuses currently available.
  • TX – Waco: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).
  • UT – Salt Lake City: Dashers earn $150 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $25. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 100 deliveries within the first 50 days.
  • VA – Richmond: Dashers earn $50 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $25. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 30 deliveries within the first 30 days.
  • VA – Virginia Beach: Dashers earn $50 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $25. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 30 deliveries within the first 30 days. DoorDash launched in Virginia Beach on 5/30/2018.
  • WA – Seattle/Bellevue: Referral bonuses for the two submarkets are as follows:
    • Bellevue: Dashers earn $500 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 200 deliveries within the first 75 days of applying.
    • Seattle: Dashers earn $500 for every new Dasher referred. The referred Dasher will receive $50. Bonuses are paid out after the referred Dasher completes 200 deliveries within the first 60 days of applying.
  • WI – Madison: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public). DoorDash launched in Madison on 6/6/2018.
  • WI – Milwaukee: Check the app for details (bonus amounts not currently available to public).

To see if DoorDash is available in your city and stay updated on current promotions, visit the Info On Your City page. Note that the promotions above are subject to change; we’ll keep them updated and add new markets as DoorDash announces them.


Frequently Asked Questions

When you know how much you can expect DoorDash to pay, you can sign up for the food delivery service that best suits your needs. To help you learn more about Dasher earnings, read our answers for these frequently asked questions:

1. Can I deliver for DoorDash on a full-time basis?

Dashers are definitely allowed to work 40 hours per week — or even more, if desired. However, keep in mind that you are still an independent contractor, so you’re never guaranteed any amount of requests. Because of this, many Dashers remain part-time couriers.

You may have a better chance of doing food deliveries full-time if you switch between multiple food delivery apps.

2. Is it possible for customers to leave zero tips?

Unfortunately, it is possible for Dashers to receive no tips for a delivery request. DoorDash, like all food delivery companies, does not mandate tipping, even if it highly recommends it. Because of this, you may be stuck with some customers who refuse to tip, whether they’re cheap or disgruntled with your service, and even some who mistake the delivery fee or service fee for a pre-added tip.

Though many DoorDash users will provide at least 15% gratuity, keep in mind that customers tip based on your quality of service, so you do have the opportunity to earn better tips by being friendly and communicative.

3. Does DoorDash offer a guaranteed minimum hourly pay?

DoorDash doesn’t offer a minimum hourly pay, though if you’re lucky, you may get a rare bonus offer with guaranteed minimum earnings within a specific time frame. The only exception is if you live in a market that mandates minimum wage for on-demand delivery workers.


Get the Earnings You Expect

Delivering for DoorDash comes with many benefits, from working on your own hours to getting paid every single week. However, it’s important to be aware of how much DoorDash pays before signing up, so you know exactly what to expect from each payout. Plus, with the company’s pay structure in mind, you can put a strategy behind how you earn to consistently get higher-than-average earnings through delivery.

If you’re confident that DoorDash is the app for you, you can start your driver application today. Before you start, read our guide to learn about how you can avoid missing out on DoorDash sign-up bonuses.

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  1. I deliver in St. Louis. The delivery areas are huge. On average I drive 6-10 miles total from accepting the order to delivering the food. last week I earned $447 with 64 deliveries averaging $6.98 an order. After subtracting for a tank of gas (I drive a Ford Escape, surprisingly good gas mileage and needed for the snow and ice and flooding around here every winter) I averaged $6.35 a trip. That includes base pay, tips and bonuses. Unfortunately, since tips are paid upfront when they order there is nothing you can do to better the tip amount. However, since Doordash will “deactivate” your account if your customer rating falls below 4.3 out of 5. So being polite, DOUBLE CHECKING orders (Joe Pesci was right..they f*** you at the drive through) and making sure any extras like ketchup, napkins, and plastic utensils are provided and will help to keep you above the cut off.
    Even though the minimum wage in the metro east is $8.25 I stopped using that as a gauge of how good the job is. I set my goal of how much money I want to make that day and then work until I get there. Some days it comes early and then the next day it takes a little longer. Even if I wanted to work at a minimum wage job 40 hours a week, I would not be able to decide when and where I want to work, smoke when I want to, listen to the music I want to and take a break whenever I feel like it. There are so many other factors besides minimum wage to compare jobs with…I like Doordash because I am my own boss, with every single perk that entails. Be safe and aware out there, my fellow road warriors!

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