May 12, 2015 | By admin |
Sidecar is aiming for a new high — literally. The ride-hailing app, which like Uber and Lyft connects a fleet of on-demand drivers with passengers via smartphone, announced Tuesday that it has formally launched a service to deliver medical marijuana to customers’ doorsteps in San Francisco, following a small pilot that began last week.
And it’s not going to make anyone wait too long either: Sidecar is pledging that marijuana deliveries will arrive within an hour of an order being placed with local dispensaries. Deliveries will be limited to one ounce per customer, but drivers might be shuttling around as many as four orders — or four ounces — at a time. The company says that medicine will be kept in a “safe, lock box during transit.”