Could Your Car Equal Compensation?
Can you actually wrap your car for cash? Apparently so. Can you get paid to run errands and driver others? Yep. You can also “rent” our your car to others and make some money that way. Though I've never tried any of these programs personally – they do appear to be popular.
I've created this page to add companies that actually do pay for car wrapping, driving and more. If you have any personal experience with this type of work, or one of the companies below – please share your experience below in the comments section. I know I'd love to hear details and so would many readers.
– It seems like the sign up link is broken on their site, but I am reaching out to the owners trying to get more info.
– You can submit an application to be put in their database. However, there are over 100,000 others wanting to get paid for wrapping their cars as well. They do offer a VIP option — but I wouldn't pay extra.
-Drive your own car. Average earnings $20-$25 per hour. Vehicle financing available. Must be 21 with one year driving experience.
– Deliver packages for Amazon in your area. Average drivers make $18-$25 an hour. Super flexible schedule.
-Flexible schedule. Membership fee. But they give you a hybrid car to use.
-Similar to Uber, you can use your own vehicle and you're paid to drive others in your city.
-Rent your car out to others in your area. They state you can make $1000 in 3 months guaranteed.
-You can earn three ways, by renting out your car, making deliveries or even park your car at places like airports to reserve a spot for someone else.
-Rent your car and earn cash.
– The state on their site that they will compensate drivers in free gas in exchange for advertising.
Do You or Have You Made Cash With Your Car?
If you have experience with this type of money maker, please share below in the comments section. By sharing, we can help everyone interested in this type of work and build a great resource for all. Thanks!
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