Monday, January 23, 2012

Is a Legit Business?

Do companies actually provide a free car or pay you to drive your own car?

Companies actually give cars to drivers, but there's a little more to it. However, there's enough truth in it and enough potential opportunity to make it worth a serious further look. The companies DO exist, and they DO pay people to drive, and they DO provide free cars. Real people are currently participating in these kinds of programs every day.

How Does it Work?

In short, you agree to drive a car that displays advertising for a company's product or service. Since you do the advertising, you will get to drive a free car or get paid to drive your own car. The company "wraps" the car in an easily-removable paint-safe vinyl film that contains an attractive graphic ad that promotes a client company's product or service. For example, the ad might promote a cell phone service, new restaurant, sports, music, movies, drinks, etc. Some ads might cover the entire vehicle, some only partially, and some only on side or rear windows. Don't worry, you can see just fine through windows that have vinyl ads applied. The company offering the product or service pays the advertising company, who pays you to drive your own car or provides you a free car with the advertising already applied. The amount you get paid, depends on number of miles you drive per month.

What's the Catch ?

You have to be at least 18 years old, have a valid drivers license. Your driving record does not matter, but your drivers license must be valid. The companies pay for gas and insurance. New cars are always available and you choose the make/model of your car. Keep in mind that the "free" car belongs to the advertising company, not you. At the end of the agreement, which could be from monthly or 1-5 years, you give the car back. Also remember that the ad stays on your car 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can't take it on and off. If this is your only car, you must be prepared to drive the car everywhere you go — to weddings, to work, to school, to the mall, to the grocery store, movies, and everywhere else that you drive. But, for a free car, it's definitely worth it.

How Do I Sign Up ?

Visit to sign up with this company.

There are many companies, in many different locations in the U.S. and other countries, that use this form of vehicle-based advertising. Some companies only advertise in a specific city or advertise certain types of products. Some provide new cars, others only pay you to advertise using your own car, and some do both.