Drivers of Southeast Asia-based Grab can now become mini convenience stores.

That’s because the ride-hailing company, which bought out rival Uber’s local business earlier this year, has teamed up with U.S. startup Cargo to sell a selection of items to passengers during their ride.

New York-based Cargo claims it can help drivers earn up to $300 in additional wages per month by selling items like snacks, drinks, beauty items, phone chargers and more.

Drivers add a Cargo box which includes free samples and paid products to their car for free.

They make a 25 commission on all paid sales, plus $1 every time a passenger places an order or free sample request via the Cargo website.

Cargo has done deals with Lyft and Uber drivers in the U.S., but this marks its first move overseas.

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