LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UNDATED) - A cutting-edge car service is trying to change the way you get your medicine.
Uber has changed the world of transportation but can it cater to your drug store needs?
The company announced a trial service in Washington D.C. that offers on demand delivery of medicine and other drug store products.
Users select the "corner store" option in the app, and send a text with a link to items available to buy. An Uber driver then calls you to take your order, and when they get to your house, the purchase is charged to your account.
Right now, the city of Little Rock is debating whether to bring Uber service here.