At Veyo, we help people get to and from their healthcare appointments. We're looking for drivers to partner with us in your area. When you sign up to drive with Veyo, you can drive your own vehicle and set your own schedule. For a limited time, earn a sign-on reward when you sign up and drive Full terms and conditions can be found at veyo.com. Why Drive With Veyo? No Hidden Fees: You keep 100% of what you earn. Get Paid Weekly: Money is deposited directly into your account. Use Your Own Vehicle: No need to pay for an expensive lease. Flexible Schedule: Choose your own hours and control how much you drive. Avoid the Bar Crowd: Most Veyo trips occur between the hours of 6:00 AM and 6:00 PM. To Apply, You Must: Be at least 21 years old Own an iPhone or Android smartphone Have a clean driving record Have a valid driver's license Have valid vehicle insurance and registration Have a 4-door, 2005 or newer vehicle Have 3 years of driving history in the US How Does it Work? Open the Veyo Driver App and log on Accept a trip request Pick up the passenger at the specified location Drop off the passenger at the specified location Repeat This opportunity is for an independent contractor. Driving with Veyo is a great opportunity for those looking for seasonal work, entry level work, temporary work, part-time work, or for those looking for a flexible full-time opportunity. When you drive with Veyo, you can be your own boss, set your own schedule, and be in control of how much you make while helping members of your community. Veyo does not require previous transportation experience as a driver, truck driver, transportation driver, or medical transportation driver. Veyo does not require a special license or a special vehicle. Requirements vary by market. For full requirements, visit veyo.com. Associated topics: cdl a operator, cdl a owner operator, contractor, independent contractor, lp program, own truck driver, own your own new truck, owner operator driver, owner operator truck, solo driving
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