Where is Roadie available? From sea to shining sea (including Hawaii and Alaska), the Roadie app and community are available throughout all 50 states in our great country! Have more questions? Submit a request 7 Comments Date Votes 0 Matt F August 24, 2015 19:44 Hey Karla - sounds like you're searching properly. You can zoom out farther on the map using standard "pinching" to see if any Gigs exist within a wider radius. The most important point is that Gigs are removed from the map as soon as they're double-accepted, so make sure you're checking as frequently as you can. Thanks! 0 Jstaley3 April 21, 2015 14:31 I live in Charlotte, NC. I have signed up with Roadie, but have not seen a job opportunity yet. 0 Matt F December 07, 2016 21:40 @surma - Yes, you'll be responsible for paying your own taxes. And we provide the summary of miles driven to help with that. You can contact us at email@example.com if you have any more specific questions. 0 Surma Adorno-Glenn December 06, 2016 22:59 At the end of the year would driver receive 1099 or W2 for tax purposes? 0 Matt F December 07, 2016 14:05 @surma - At the end of the year, Roadie will provide Drivers with a list of the miles driven on our platform if our Senders have paid you more than $600 in the given year. 0 Karla Atherton August 22, 2015 19:58 Live in San Diego CA, and only gig I find is one to take end tables from San Diego to San Francisco for $62 dlls., am I not searching correctly? 0 Surma Adorno-Glenn December 07, 2016 14:20 Ok thanks. Maybe I didn't phrase that correctly, as a driver I receive income from Roadie and as a company you report that income to IRS. Will I be responsible for paying (Federal, State and Local) taxes myself ? Please sign in to leave a comment.