How Can I Get Paid to Drive a Car?

Written by joanne cichetti
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How Can I Get Paid to Drive a Car?
Get paid for driving. (race car image by Andrey Kiselev from

"Get Paid to Drive" programs are popular all over the United States and Canada. You are paid to drive your own car, on which you have allowed companies to advertise their products and services. Some companies even offer free cars for these programs. Consider it an advertising campaign, similar to taxi advertisements and billboards.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy


  1. 1

    Understand the concept of "car wrap," the term for turning your car into a moving billboard. You can register with a car wrap service, but before you do you should know how you will be paid cash for driving a car with a vinyl wrapper advertisement stretched over the vehicle body. Not everyone is comfortable with the idea; therefore, take your time to decide if you're willing to do it. See Resources below for more information on car wraps.

  2. 2

    Get registered with a popular car wrap service. Some of the legitimate companies are Auto Wraps, My Free Car and Free Car (, and

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    Investigate thoroughly so you can choose a legitimate company. (You shouldn't have to pay a fee to sign up with a company that's legit.) Check several sources when investigating companies. Ask other people who may have been in this business for some time. Also, look for reviews of car wrap companies on the Internet.

  4. 4

    Be prepared to provide information to the car wrap company. This may include your address (residential and work), vehicle manufacturer, model, colour, year and annual mileage. Once you are approved by the company, your car will be covered in a wrapper with ads all over it and you will get paid.

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