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Old 10-18-2008, 08:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Get paid to drive? Anybody know how?

I know that there have been sites floating around for years that offer to pay you to drive around with a magnet or sticker advertising their business on your car.

I have always thought this was a great idea, especially because it pretty much means cheaper gas. You basically are getting paid to use fuel.

The only problem was that I am still a teenager and don't drive a ton, most of the places I have heard of require at least 1000 miles per month.

Now that I've started college, I have started driving more, and have reached about 1300 miles per month.

Sooo... anybody know of any good paying or reliable places that will pay me to drive around with an advertisement on my car?

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Old 10-18-2008, 08:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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EcoModder doesn't have the money, , that's fo sho, .

I've heard of it too though. Usually you have to have a certain kind of car though, right?
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AFAIK, you don't, but I've heard they pay more for cars that are large or noticeable, like a yellow car or a panel van.

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