Earn Money Putting Advertising On Your Car

August 2, 2006 by Chuck | 5 Comments

Updated 08/18/2012 – Thank you for visiting to learn more about how to make money putting advertising on your car.  The problem for some people right at the start is that some locations do not qualify for paid car advertising. Why is that? Because some areas don’t have enough population density! If you live in a rural area (or even some cities) there may not be advertisers who want to pay you for your car’s advertising space. To keep you from wasting time checking out this idea, click this link and scroll down for “Availability in your area”. That way you can know if you have a shot at getting “paid to drive”.

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From Isabel Isidro at PowerHomeBiz Small & Home Business Blog:

Need some extra cash every month? You can turn your car into a moving ad billboard and earn money from it.

This type of money making opportunity is not for everyone, though. First, depending on your agreement with the agency, every square inch of your car is wrapped with advertising. Every square inch! If you don’t mind driving a car that is purely an ad billboard, then this may be for you.

Plus, you need to be on the road often. Advertisers are paying you to show their ad on the road — and you need to be on the road frequently. You will be required to travel anywhere from 800-1,600 miles per month. Your car will be equipped with a GPS system that will be used to check your mileage.

If you don’t mind your car being an advertising billboard (and you are on the road most of the time), you can sign up your car to be wrapped in advertising. You can earn anywhere from $200-$400 a month from being a driving advertisement.

Here are some agencies you can contact:

http://adsmartoutdoor.com
Pays $350 a month and requires driver to meet with their representatives to check mileage, GPS unit, and condition of the advertisement on their vehicle.

http://www.autowrapped.com
This company pays $200-$400 a month to wrap your car, truck, or suv with non-damaging vinyl adhesive graphics. Or you can opt for partial wraps paying $100-$200 these range from window coverings to logo’s and other lettering. You will be required to drive from 800-1200 miles per month, depending on advertiser contract.

http://www.ad-wraps.com/driversinfo.htm
The website is not clear as to how much you can earn, but it may be similar to other agencies that offer $400 (but check with them to be sure).

http://automurals.com
You can get paid up to $400 a month, with opportunity to earn extra by driving to conventions and such. They have several programs that you can participate from your 100% of your vehicle covered to only the windows covered by the ads. But you need to drive a minimum of 1,600 miles per month.

http://www.autowraps.com
They don’t say how much you can earn on their website, only that they maintain a database of potential car drivers and clients can select from demographic characteristics. You can call about their Consumer Peer-to-Peer program at 310-566-4000 xt. 205 (Press 205) or e-mail contact@freecarmedia.com

http://www.autocarwraps.com
This is for UK drivers only and you can earn £200 per month, but you will be required to drive minimum of 600 miles per month and you need to have a clean driving record.

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  • Tracy - Real Estate Agent on August 2nd, 2006 at 3:15 pm

    “depending on your agreement with the agency, every square inch of your car is wrapped with advertising.”………

    After seeing all those conditions, I started to interested in this method as an advertiser for my business..

    Thanks
    Tracy
    http://miami-realestate.net

  • Mel on March 6th, 2009 at 2:24 pm

    Very interested in having someone pay me to put adds on my cute little red toyota Matrix in Sacto, Ca area. molanoart@gmail.com

    Thank you for the info.

  • Renee D. on April 20th, 2011 at 10:15 am

    would love to get paid to drive the advertising vehicle.

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  • MIKE DILSAVER on January 28th, 2014 at 11:36 am

    NEED EXTRA MONEY TO KEEP UP MY COST OF LIVING. I TRAVEL AROUND 500 TO 600 MILES IN A MONTH GOING TO COLUMBUS,OHIO AND OTHER CITIES THAT SURROUND WHERE I LIVE.

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