It’s true. You can get paid to drive your own car, whether to work, to church, to your kids’ soccer games or any of your other normal destinations.

You won’t get rich doing this, mind you, but, in these recessionary times, taking in an extra $300 to $900 a month can definitely come in handy for a lot of folks.

I have seen these cars driving around my area and always wondered why they'd advertise for various companies. The old way was not cost effective, which was to actually paint the automobile.

Well, in comes the latest innovative invention called the "wrap." Read more about it here: Article on Getting Paid to Drive

If you're interested, sign up here: " target="_blank">Free Car Media

Free Car Media, one of several companies, generally pays its drivers anywhere from $700 to $900 a month and typically requires the driver to log about 1,000 miles a month, depending on the city.

Man, that's a pretty good deal, getting paid to drive. With my luck, I'd probably end up with a Preparation H ad plastered across my car.

Hey, I can see me now in one of these Red Bull cars. They are kind of cute! LOL

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Comment by Agnes Novak on November 16, 2009 at 11:25
Jennie, this is gr8 for those who do a lot of driving. Unfortunately, I don't. But I really thought your remark about Preparation H was pretty funny. Thanks for the laugh!!
Comment by Jennie Ann on November 11, 2009 at 1:21
Oh, man, I should have never started this. Now I'm having too much fun. LOL

I have a black car now, and this sign would look GORGEOUS on my car. My other magnetic sign is about 15 years old, white with blue letters, and kind of generic.

I'd be proud to drive around with this one. Sheesh. Now look what I've done. I just may have to get me this one. :-)

Comment by Jennie Ann on November 11, 2009 at 1:16
Yes, Judy, you can wrap your own logo.

As an aside, I quit using courier services because they became unreliable. In particular, after 9/11, it became increasingly difficult to deliver packages to Federal Government buildings. You can never park right out front of these buildings, and when you do go inside, a guard has to phone the receiving party to come downstairs to get their package. If the receiving party doesn't answer their office phone -- WHICH IS ALWAYS THE CASE -- then the courier either charges an extra fee of wait time or just leaves. It's a joke.

I decided to start delivering my own packages, with a runner. That way, I could circle the building like a buzzard, while the runner went inside to deliver the package.

I ended up buying these magnetic signs with my name, phone number, and a little logo. They were magnetic and placed right on each front door of my car. I designed them myself .

This is cheaper than the wrap, I'm sure, and here's the link. You can design the magnetic signs yourself: VistaPrint Magnetic Signs

Here's one I created just now, while procrastinating my work for today. LOL It's kind of fun. :-)

Comment by Judy on November 10, 2009 at 17:56
You can wrap your own logo too, right?
Comment by Stacy Tegner on November 10, 2009 at 15:36
Jennie ~ I really did LOL at the "Preparation H" ~ that's funny!!
Thanks for the laugh :)
Comment by Thomas Herman on November 10, 2009 at 10:18
Thanks Jennie, I've got to read the link now. You had to mention Kashi cookies huh? The only thing sweet in the house is a Fiber One toaster pastry. :-)
Comment by Jennie Ann on November 10, 2009 at 8:40
Ain't that the truth, Judy. I think I'd love to have one for Kashi cookies. Yum-yum!
Comment by Judy on November 10, 2009 at 8:19
My husband and I were recently in the market for a gently used car. One of the cars we looked at had previously been wrapped. I do have to warn you, when you unwrap the car, you will need a new paint job.

When I was a kid, my older sister signed up to have her VW painted. She ended up with a cigarette ad.

Good idea, as long as you can pick your product???

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