Get Paid To Drive

Does anyone have any name or web addresses of companies that offer "Get Paid To Drive" services. Where does one go to find these places?


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By Cherilgs (Guest Post)
August 3, 20040 found this helpful

Do you have any names/web addresses of campanies that offer these services? Where does one go to find these places?

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By AutoAds (Guest Post)
January 17, 20050 found this helpful

We have a Canada based company coming soon to the Ontario area we may be of service to you. Our web site is located at you may contact me at:

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By Rush Hor Advertising (Guest Post)
February 14, 20050 found this helpful

Have gas prices started to take its toll on your wallet?

Did you bite off more than you can chew with that new car payment of yours?


Rush Hour Advertising is currently paying qualified drivers willing to have corporate advertising applied to their cars. Visit to sign up today. The monthly compensation for drivers will vary depending on certain factors determined by Rush Hour Advertising. No Phone Calls please. Not all drivers will qualify. You will be contacted by one of our associates if you are chosen for an advertising campaign

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June 30, 20050 found this helpful

By Jeffrey Strain

You may have heard rumors that it is possible to get paid to drive your car, or in some cases, get a car to use for free. While participation is limited and luck is needed along with living in the right place for a particular campaign, it is possible to get paid to have your car (or a car given to you) turned into a moving advertisement. If you drive 800 miles or more a month along heavily populated routes in your normal driving habits, you may want to check out the companies that offer car wraps.


The concept is fairly simple. Advertising space on billboards along busy roads and highways is limited and in some places not allowed at all. It is possible, however, to reach many of those people another way. Companies advertise on the outside of cars to reach those same people. The problem is that purchasing an entire fleet of cars for an advertising campaign can be overly expensive, so a solution was developed.

Instead of purchasing their own cars, companies will sometimes "rent" space on individual private citizen's cars. In return for letting a company "wrap" your car with their advertisement, they will pay you a monthly fee. The fees can be as high as $400 a month for a full car wrap and lesser amounts for a partial car wrap or a window wrap.


Another option that some of these companies offer in place of car wraps is giving you a free car with advertisements already on it. You usually don't get paid in this deal or get to choose the type of car provided, but you do receive free use of the car for the period of the campaign. Your only costs are gas and insurance meaning that you are getting transportation at a fraction of the cost of owning your own car. There are some rare cases when you can get paid when receiving a free car. Some companies will pay you to drive the free cars along certain, specified routes each day.

So what is the catch? The main one is there are far more drivers wanting the positions than advertising campaigns available. If you don't drive a lot of miles or live in a highly populated area (large college campuses seem to be an ideal location) where the advertisement will be seen by a population the advertisers crave, your chances of being chosen are slim. Most companies require you to drive a minimum of 800 miles a month. Not driving enough miles can negate the contract and most companies utilize global positioning systems (GPS) in your car to track the miles and places you go each month.


Most programs require you to be 18 years of age, have a clean driving record and your own auto insurance. Traffic violations will in most cases prohibit you from being considered. Contracts vary in length and amount paid depending on the type of advertising in the campaign involved. Most companies don't let you pick the advertiser, but will let you bow out if the advertiser goes against your moral values (cigarettes, alcohol and sex).

With the concept there are a growing number of websites that don't actually offer the service of car wrapping, but claim to be a data base for advertisers to find people willing to advertise on their cars. Many offer free sign up, but then encourage you to purchase a "premium package" that is supposed to move your name higher up on the list. The fact is that you are very unlikely to be picked from these services so it isn't worth the time (and definitely not the money) signing up with them.


While the chances of being picked are slim, they are better than playing the lottery. If you meet the requirements and live in an area you believe would be desirable to advertisers, it could be worth the 15 to 30 minutes it takes to fill out the online forms. If you are lucky and do get picked, you will significantly reduce your driving expenses with little effort on your part.

About The Author:
Jeffrey Strain has published hundreds of money saving articles and the creator of the Daily Money Saving Challenge Program. He is also the co-owner of (, a website dedicated to saving you money.

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By sandy (Guest Post)
June 30, 20050 found this helpful

my cousin and her father drive cars to and from south carolina, virginia and atlanta. they do this for a car dealership. so maybe you could contact some dealerships in your area.

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By Emily (Guest Post)
September 20, 20060 found this helpful

Does anyone know of any companies in B.C. Canada that offer "Get Paid to drive services?"

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By Brian Serpa (Guest Post)
March 19, 20080 found this helpful

I would really like to get my van wrapped and I drive it almost all day or it parked where people are always driving by it. my email address is brianserpa47 AT Thank you

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February 26, 20150 found this helpful

I have tried myself, they have some genuine 'get paid to drive' programs.

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