DoorDash driver reveals hidden downside of food delivery in apartment buildings: ‘[They] are the worst


DoorDash driver sparks huge debate after revealing how long it can take to complete deliveries to some apartment complex.

The driver, posting under the username @highemmashared the video in a now-viral ICT Tac. In the clipshe films her long and complicated walk from inside a building to the parking lot outside.

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This is just the last video of a delivery driver to spark conversation on the app. Last month, a DoorDash driver shared how he received a command request from 740 miles away. Before that, TikTokers spent weeks renting a Amazon worker who reported a “dangerous” detail when delivering to a customer’s home.

@highemma’s video had a similar effect, causing commenters to argue over who was responsible for delivery application workers. Immediately, users argued over who was to blame when a driver completed a long order and earned the same pay as a simpler, shorter order.

Many commenters criticized @highemma’s video, arguing that she has no reason to complain about a job she chose.

“Do you complain about having to walk? You should be grateful to even have a job,” a user wrote.

“DoorDash drivers are always complaining about everything,” another added.

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A similar point was raised on TikTok a few weeks ago. In this case, the argument started with a FedEx driver who shared a clip in which he seemed to be complaining about his post-Black Friday workload.

Just like in this storyline, many TikTokers also came to @highemma’s defense. Many of them, some of whom claimed to be delivery drivers themselves, argued that DoorDash should offer a higher base salary for orders destined for large apartment complexes.

“That’s why I don’t accept orders if it looks like apartments on the map,” a user wrote.

“Apartments and hotels are the worst” another accepted.

“It’s always also the upper floors. ALWAYS,” another wrote.

Other users wrote that they try to meet their driver outside when placing an order from a building. Some even say they tip more when they know the delivery is complicated.

“I usually meet them outside or give them a big tip,” one user wrote. “I love you guys.”

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