Save App-Based Delivery for Your Restaurant and Customers
App-Based Delivery Services Are At Risk
- Sacramento politicians are trying to take away the ability of app-based drivers to work as independent contractors.
- This law threatens to destroy the on-demand system that quickly matches customer demand with the availability of mostly part-time drivers working as independent contractors.
- This could lead to significantly higher delivery prices, much longer wait times, and the elimination of services in many communities for restaurants, grocers and their customers.
- Prices could increase by more than 35%
- Higher prices and longer wait times would reduce delivery volume for restaurants by 20%
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Prop 22 Saves App-Based Services
- California Small Business Association
- California Chamber of Commerce
- CA Black Chamber of Commerce
- CalAsian Chamber of Commerce
- CA Hispanic Chambers of Commerce
- California Peace Officers’ Association
- California Taxpayer Protection Committee
- CA Senior Advocates League
- More than 108,000 California app-based drivers