34 Ways to Get Paid to Drive Your Own Car/Scooter/Bike - Work at Home Trust - Work at Home Trust

December 10, 2017

34 Ways to Get Paid to Drive Your Own Car/Scooter/Bike - Work at Home Trust

If you haven't yet heard it, let me tell you; there are now many ways to make extra cash or a full income using your personal car! No, I'm not only talking about taxi. The driving opportunities I'll now share with you also involve absolutely no passengers! All you'd need to do would basically be to drive from one place to another dropping food or package orders. Okay, these may not be working from the comfort of your home, but hey, they are still very flexible. Basically, you can work whenever you want (for most of them), and there isn't really a specific limit to how much you can make. Don't expect to get rich, but you could certainly pay your bills and have much more left if you work hard enough. There are also other ways you can use your car to make money. So, what are these opportunities? Let's get right into the list.

Deliver food 
UberEats
Set your own time and get on the road to deliver food whenever you want and for however long you want. You don't have to wait for a whole week or two get paid because payments are sent within 48 hours. Expect to make between $8-$20/hour on average depending on the city where you work.
You must be 21 or older with a valid license and insurance. You can also use a reliable scooter or bike to deliver food.
Location: North America, Europe, South America, Asia, Africa, Austria & New Zealand 
Check available cities

DoorDash
Pick up and deliver food using your own reliable car, bike, or scooter as long as you are 18 and older with a license and insurance.
Expect to make $5-$15+ per order because you get to keep all the tips given by customers.
Location: USA

Postmates
Decide when you want to work, get on the app, and start picking up food deliveries with your car, scooter, or bike.
Location: Various USA cities
GrubHub
Set your own hour to deliver food and make about $10-$15 an hour using your car or bike. You must be at least 19 or 21 in Chicago, have 2+ years of driving experience, you must own an iPhone with iOS 8 or higher, or an Android with 4.0 or higher with a data plan, have a valid drivers license (a valid state ID for bikes), insurance, checking account, and pass a background check.  
Location: Various USA cities

EatStreet
Become an employee for EatStreet and make $12-$20/hour delivering food using your car or bike (depending on the city).
Location: Various USA cities

Munchery
Use your car or bike to deliver healthy meals as long as you're 21 or older. When working for Munchery, you become an employee. Employee benefits include health, dental, and vision for full-time employees, food discounts, competitive compensation, and open vacation policy. You also get a reimbursement of fuel and mileage. You must have a valid license, insurance, and a smartphone to work for this company.
Location: Various USA cities

Become a driver "personal assistant"
FavorDelivery
Make between $10-$18/hour delivering anything from food to dry cleaning. You can work whenever you want and for however long you want. You must be 18 or older, have a reliable transportation, a clean record, and a smartphone (iPhone or Android). By the way, you receive 100% of your tips.
Location: Texas

Deliver packages 
Amazon Flex (USA)
Make $18-$25/hour delivering packages. Set your availability and go on the road to be your own boss. You just need a vehicle and a smartphone (Android or iOS phone).
Location: Various USA cities

Amazon Flex (UK)
Make £12-£15/hour delivering packages to doors. You just need a vehicle and a smartphone (Android or iOS phone).

Yodel
Drive to deliver packages/parcels as long as you have a car, insurance, and are familiar with your local area.
Location: UK

Hermes
Work flexibly by delivering package/parcels. You can make as much as £100 a day.  Benefits include discounts on fuel, breakdown cover, and more.
Location: UK

Deliver groceries
Shipt
Earn up to $25/hour shopping and delivering groceries using a reliable vehicle of 15 years or younger. You must be 18 or older, have a valid U.S. drivers license and insurance, have an iPhone (iOS 8 or newer) or an Android (4.4.2 or newer), pass a background check, and have the ability to lift 25+ pound. You should also have knowledge of produce selection and have insulated cooler bags.
Location: Various USA cities

Instacart
Make $9-$20/hour shopping and delivering groceries and keep 100% of your tips.
Location: Various USA cities

Drive people
Uber
Most of us have probably heard of or taken Uber by now. It is very safe for both the driver and passengers because of the tracking of cars (along with details of cars and drivers). Both drivers and passengers can be rated, so people are usually careful and hope to leave a good impression. Depending on your city, you could easily make $20+/hour.
Location: Global (check to see if your country/city is included)

Lyft
Similar to Uber, you can work flexibly with Lyft using your own car to drive passengers to their destination and make an average of $10+ per ride. Payment is fast (immediate or weekly). You must be 21 or older among other requirements.
Location: USA

Juno
If you have a luxury car that is as new as 2011 or newer, this may be for you. Check for more detail.
Location: New York City

HopSkipDrive
HopSkipDrive is powered by parents and caregivers. You can work by driving your own care to give rides to kids and can make up to £30/hour. You can work whenever you want and accept rides that work for your schedule.
Location: California

Get Paid to put advertisement on your car
Put advertisement of businesses on your car, drive it, and get paid! Check the list of companies below. Each company has its own requirements. You can make few hundreds of dollars a month.
Wrapify
CarVertise
Free Car Media
CarWraps
AdsToGo
AdsToGo (USA)
FreeGasHelp
PayMeForDriving
Car Quids
Rollin' Ads

Rent out your car
Do you want to make extra cash by allowing others to rent your car for a short period of time? You have many options. Just go through the list below and check the requirements of each company.
HyreCar
EasyCarClub
Turo
GetAround
RVshare

Rent your parking space
This one was a shocker for me! I had never heard of renting out parking space before! It's interesting how far technology has come. If you live in a busy area such as downtown areas or airports, this may work for you. Check these two companies out and see if renting out your parking space is something you may consider.
ParkLet
JustPark

Some of these opportunities are pretty cool! I wish they were available in my city when I was in college (university) because I had times when I was sick and couldn't do much for myself. Getting someone to help me with groceries would have been really helpful. Maybe they were around and I just wasn't aware of them. Oh well... Anyways, you have many options to make money, so don't let another day go by without making plans or actually starting your journey of earning. You may not get rich from all these opportunities, but you can make enough of an income to take care of your needs. A little extra cash on the side can also be useful. Not all opportunities are for everyone, but there are always many other options. Keep looking and you may find the right one for you. I wish you all the best.

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