Doordash is joining Uber in trying to offset the increased price of gas for its drivers.
The company announced it is launching a gas rewards program.
"Through DasherDirect, a prepaid business Visa debit card designed for Dashers, Dashers will soon be able to get 10% cash back on gas purchases – at any U.S. station – every time they use their card, even when they aren’t dashing," the company said in a statement.
The company will also be dishing out bonuses for drivers who travel more than 100 miles a week for deliveries.
Doordash says the incentive programs will be in place through at least April.
Last week, Uber announced it would temporarily charge an additional $0.55 on each trip. Uber Eats drivers will receive up to $0.45 for each delivery.
The surcharge will stay in effect for 60 days, and then the company will reassess the situation.