Nine Unusual Mobile Businesses That Will Come to Your Doorstep in Miami

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If it seems like you can get almost anything delivered to your house these days. That's because, for the most part, you can. Need a set of champagne flutes or a can of Fancy Feast or an extra phone charger? Amazon Prime Now can get it to you in less than two hours. Running low on groceries? Services like Shipt and Instacart have you covered.

But it turns out there’s a whole range of unusual services you can have dropped off at your doorstep in South Florida. Here are nine of the most interesting tasks you can accomplish without leaving your couch. (OK, except to answer the door.)

Fill up your gas tank
Local startup Gas Ninjas will deliver fuel to your location either within the hour or overnight. Input your address and desired fuel grade in the app, and be sure to pop your gas tank before you leave the parking lot. While you sleep, the Gas Ninjas will refuel your ride, leaving you with a full tank in the morning ahead of your commute.

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Get documents notarized
It can be a pain to set up a time to see a notary, and often banks won’t notarize deeds or trusts. Plenty of mobile notary services around town like Miami Notary will come to you, making the process of signing legal paperwork one step simpler.

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Have your nails done
Businesses like Nail Taxi and Nails at Home will send a manicurist to your location so you can squeeze in a pedicure without wasting time driving to the salon. New moms and germophobes alike look to licensed nail specialists such as Marlen Monette, who travels anywhere from Miami to Fort Lauderdale.

Practice target shooting
It doesn’t appear there are any mobile gun ranges in South Florida just yet, but there are at least two such vehicles in other parts of the Gunshine State. Yes, these trucks will stop by so you can fire weapons. Oh, Florida, you never disappoint.



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