Here is some good news if you get a hankering for tacos, but have no way to get to your closest Taco Bell.
The fast food restaurant has begun testing its delivery service at 200 stores, USA Today is reporting.
Taco Bell delivery starts with these test markets
The service begins Wednesday in the company’s Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Orange County, California markets.
The company is using a third-party app called DoorDash to allow customers to place orders.
DoorDash will submit, pick up and deliver the order to your home or office. The app will also notify customers when drivers are close.
There’s no minimum order amount, but a $3.99 fee will be added. The driver’s tip is not included.
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Taco Bell is following other fast food restaurants in the move. Burger King began testing delivery in 2012. McDonald’s started testing its service in New York City in May, and Starbucks plans to start testing coffee delivery later this year, USA Today reported.
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