Earn Money While Running Errands Thanks to Auto Wrapped
When I first heard that there were companies actively searching for work at home individuals who would drive around in a car that was plastered with advertisements, I scoffed. That’s not working at home, I thought to myself each time someone mentioned it, that’s working in my car, which is the last thing I wanted to do.
All of a sudden it hit me as I dropped one kid off at piano lessons, took the dog to the vet, and bought groceries that I already spend a great deal of time in the car, and while I’m driving I’m not really earning any money. If companies like Auto Wrapped would pay me for the time I spent behind the wheel, who was I to turn them down?
Wrapping up the Car
I’ll admit that when I first spoke to Auto Wrapped about the possibility of becoming one of their paid drivers, I was nervous. I still wasn’t completely sure about how I felt about this particular source of income, and I was really worried that the stuff they were going to wrap my car in was going to ruin the paint.
Luckily, the people at Auto Wrapped are extremely nice. They walked me through the who process and made sure I understood that the materials used for the auto ads were completely safe. Not only would they not damage my car, but they also wouldn’t hurt my ability to open the doors and trunks, another concern I had.
I got to choose whether or not my car was completely covered in ads, or if I only wanted a partial ad. I decided that there was no reason to hold back and chose the full advertisement.
The Driving Policy
Ad Wrapped does have a policy that the drivers they work with must drive at least 800 miles each month the car is wrapped. The area driven in isn’t important, just so long as the miles rack up. When I heard this number I was nervous. It seemed like a lot of miles, but it turned out that my errands put more than enough miles on for me to qualify. It turns out I drive more than I ever thought.
The other requirement was that I keep my car parked in a visible area. I live in an apartment on a busy street so this isn’t a problem, but if you live in a rural area, the visible parking could be a problem.
I’ve been very happy with my experience with Auto Wrapped and don’t hesitate before recommending them to my friends. I’m not going to get rich working for the company, but what they pay me keeps my auto insurance covered and also covers my gas.
How Do You Sign Up to Get Paid to Wrap Your Car?
You read the requirements and sign up here:
*It looks like the site is still up and live, but you can’t sign up anywhere. I’m not sure if this is temporary or what.
** You might also want to check out Wrapify. They charge no upfront costs, and they state on their site that many drivers make hundreds per month.
Back to Ways to Make Extra Cash