Because, really, when traffic is at a standstill, it’s a great idea to put delivery scooters and motorcycles on the road to deliver food to people stuck in the gridlock.
“People spend up to five hours in their daily commute — meaning they are not in their houses or offices to order delivery.”
To make the traffic jam delivery process possible, Burger King’s Mexico app activates the service after identifying congested areas in Mexico City during periods of high traffic. Customers can place an order only if the app determines that the driver will be locked in traffic for at least 30 minutes and they are within 1.8 miles of a Burger King restaurant, the company said.
Over 30 years ago my husband actually drove in Mexico City and even then the traffic was horrendous.