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Is it dangerous to be a pizza delivery driver in a good suburb?

I saw an ad for a pizza restaurant looking for people to deliver to "upscale homes and businesses"... and this is in the Beachwood, Ohio/Pepper Pike, Ohio area which is known for being upper-middle class..... I know pizza delivery drivers are known for getting robbed and held up at gun point...... but is taking a job in a well-to-do area like this ok? is the risk acceptable?

Asked By: Lois Griffin - 4/15/2011
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It's always dangerous to some extent but in a " good " neighbourhood, it's less so. Hope this helps
Answered By: DR.R.Luxemburg - 4/15/2011
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Lois, You ar really hung up on this pizza delivery driver thing. You need to get out of the house. Try some sunshine and exercise. And g******d.
Answered By: Bunga Bunga - 4/15/2011
 
How is this political? take the job you will be fine.
Answered By: redbeard - 4/15/2011
 
yes it is a crook can call from an empty house...it has happened in my town
Answered By: crow t robot - 4/15/2011
 
How is this political? Anyway, its dangerous no matter where you live
Answered By: Primo - 4/15/2011
 
Oh ya!
Answered By: Owen - 4/15/2011
 
lonely housewives and househusbands are good tippers. :)
Answered By: markie o - 4/15/2011
 
Most pizza places don't let their drivers deliver with a lot of money on them, so there's less incentive to rob one. The area does make quite a bit of difference, as well. If you know the area is good, then you're probably fine.
Answered By: TheOrange Evil - 4/15/2011
 
hi lois i worked in this line for over ten years. its pretty safe . the biggest danger is having a car accident. delevery is a really fun job. you get to drive around , listen to music, get tips and see lots of happy people. you do have to drive carefully. you dont want tickets or accidents because that can... More
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Answered By: Tom R - 4/15/2011
 
Over here in Australia, to avoid having ghettos of homeless people, the Government don't put the welfare recipients all in one area. They spread them thinly over all the suburbs and the elite will find themselves living next door to the always jobless, and get their homes broken into all the time. So no suburbs are... More
Answered By: wemblania - 4/15/2011
 
I would like half pepperoni and half green pepper, please.
Answered By: Shovel Ready - 4/15/2011
 
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