Deliveroo says its service is currently unavailable in London and the South East or Wales and parts of the South West, while Just Eat and Uber Eats have also halted deliveries.
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It is called “The worst storm in 30 years” with record winds of 122 mph ripping through the UK and red “danger to life” warnings in place across southern England and London.
There were red weather warnings in place across western England and much of Wales earlier today.
As a result, Britons were told to stay at home, prompting the three major takeout apps to temporarily close service until Storm Eunice passes.
Deliveroo says its service is not currently available in London and the South East or Wales and parts of the South West.
A spokesperson said: “We will continue to monitor the situation and stay in close contact with our partners and riders to let them know when we plan to reopen. these areas.”
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A message on the Deliveroo app reads: “We will return to delivering again when it is safe to do so.”
It added: “In the interest of keeping riders safe, our service is currently unavailable due to red weather warnings.”
Uber Eats hasn’t confirmed exactly which regions they’ve discontinued service, but a message on their app reads: “For the safety of our couriers, our delivery service is currently unavailable. available due to weather warnings”.
Just Eat has responded to some of the above Twittersaid it had also suspended delivery services in all areas affected by Typhoon Eunice.
The delivery giant tweeted: “We immediately discontinued delivery in all affected areas this morning. We will not restart service until it is safe to do so.”
Just Eat confirmed the update to The Mirror, saying: “Express delivery safety is our number one priority and we have suspended delivery in all weather warning areas. Red”.
It’s not clear when Deliveroo, Uber Eats or Just Eat will be fully back up and running but it is likely to be as early as later today.
If you lost power because of Typhoon Eunice today, we’ve rounded up your right to compensation and how you can get help.
Your power provider usually has 24 hours to restore your connection.
However, in the event of a major storm, this period can be increased to 48 hours as energy companies have more time to repair any damage.
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We also explained if your auto insurance is still valid if you drive in a storm.
The good news is that your car insurance will cover you – but that doesn’t mean you should take the roads in the first place.
People are being asked to stay home if they can, so it’s safer if you can avoid using your vehicle for now.
While you’ll be fully covered, technically your car insurance claim could be brought into question if your provider can prove “contributing negligence” on your part. .
For example, if you drive into a swollen junction where there is a warning and your vehicle stalls and is damaged by water, your claim may not be paid.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/deliveroo-uber-eats-just-eat-26269638 Deliveroo, Uber Eats and Just Eat shut down in parts of UK as Storm Eunice hits