Pizza Delivery at Washington DC is a service in which a pizzeria or pizza chain delivers a pizza to a customer. An order is typically made either over the internet or by telephone to the pizza chain, in which the customer can request pizza type, size and other products alongside the pizza, commonly including soda beverages. Pizzas may be delivered in pizza boxes or delivery bags, and deliveries are made with an automobile, motor scooter, or bicycle. Customers can, depending on the pizza chain, choose to pay online, or in person, with cash, credit or a debit card. A delivery fee is usually charged with what the customer has bought.
Pizza Delivery at Washington DC has kept pace with technological developments since beginning with the rise of the personal computer. Specialized computer software for the pizza delivery business helps determine the most efficient routes for carriers, track exact order and delivery times. Some pizzeria such as Pizza in Ontario, Canada will incorporate a guarantee to deliver within a predetermined period of time, or late deliveries will be free of charge. For example, Domino’s Pizza had a commercial campaign in the 1980s and early 1990s which promised “30 minutes or it’s free”. This was discontinued in 1993 due to the number of lawsuits arising from accidents caused by hurried delivery drivers.