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Get Paid to Drive Programs Columbus GA

These get-paid-to-drive or free-car programs are administered by advertising companies who are paid by their clients to promote their products and services. When you agree to place one of the ads on your car, you receive part of that advertising fee.

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5751 Milgen Rd
Columbus, GA
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Henderson Insurance Agency
(706) 324-0088
1711 Buena Vista Road
Columbus, GA
 
J Smith Lanier & Co
(706) 324-6671
PO Box 1997
Columbus, GA
 
Foster- Marvin Hunter - State Farm Insurance Agent
(706) 324-2064
Veterans Parkway At 50th Street
Columbus, GA
 
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Columbus, GA
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Hugley- Carolyn F
(706) 687-4327
3312 Saint Marys Rd
Columbus, GA
 
Brown Insurance Agency
(706) 324-5554
845 Brown Avenue
Columbus, GA
 
Barbaree- Earl S
(706) 563-9977
3026 University Ave
Columbus, GA
 
Charles Cofield Insurance Agency
(706) 324-1581
3985 Beallwood Avenue
Columbus, GA
 

Get Paid to Drive Programs

Is it true that you can get paid to drive your own car? Is this for real, or is it some kind of scam?

It is not a scam because there are companies who actually offer this kind of opportunity. And there are real people who are participating in these programs all over the U.S. and Canada, as well as in many other countries.

How do "get paid to drive" programs work ?

The concept is pretty simple.You drive your own car, on which an advertisement has been placed, and receive payment for doing so. In some cases, you may even be provided a , instead of having to drive your own car.

It's simply a type of advertising media, similar to billboards or taxi ads. Ads might promote a new business in town, an upcoming sports event, or even a new movie.

Don't worry though, because the ad is not an ugly pizza-delivery car-top box, but an attractive paint-safe vinyl film or decal that advertises some company's product or service. The ads can in the form of complete-car wraps (looks great on SUVs and trucks), partial wraps, or window decals. Ad decals can be easily removed or changed without harming the paint finish on your car.

These get-paid-to-drive or free-car programs are administered by advertising companies who are paid by their clients to promote their products and services. When you agree to place one of the ads on your car, you receive part of that advertising fee.

Whether or not you'll be accepted into a "get paid to drive" program, ...

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