The Real Deal About Paid Car Wrap Advertising

Don’t you wish that you could earn money by simply driving your car around? Or even get a car to use for free. It may sound like a little quirky fantasy, but believe it or not, it is possible. Through the use of paid car wrap advertising, you can earn money by simply driving your car around the neighborhood, on your way to work or even driving to a party. But what is this type of advertising exactly?

Simply put, it is a type of advertising where companies pay the car owner to “wrap” their car with the company or corporation’s logo or product they want to promote. Basically, the car stands as a moving billboard.

In the 1990s when billboard advertising along the busy highways and main roads were very limited. Thus, the idea of “get paid to drive” concept came to life. Companies have decided to advertise using car wraps because of the status in the billboards and traditional advertising space and especially the advantage it offers as well.

Instead of advertising in only one stagnant place, the product may be advertised anywhere the car goes. Not to mention if the car gets into traffic jam, then the drivers also stuck in traffic jam will be able to read the ad in a closer scale.

It is cost effective on the part of the company. Instead of buying an entire fleet of cars to advertise for them, they rent the space on the private individual’s car to place the ad. Plus, if you, a private individual, accept the offer, you will be able to earn money by just driving around. No hassle.

If you are interested to be part of this advertising, the internet is the excellent place to start off with your search. However, you must keep in mind that most companies have their own rules and regulations to this.

In order to apply and get accepted for paid car wrap advertising, you must meet the requirements first. The most common requirement is that you have to be 18 years old and above, must have a valid driver’s license. But the most important factor is, most companies require a certain limit and standard to your driving. Meaning, it is not enough that you drive.

You must be able to drive a specific number of miles and the vicinity where you drive from is also to be considered. Most of these companies prefer if you drive in a densely populated area, such as a near a university or in a crowded city.

Some companies are very critical when it comes to traffic violations. They only allow one or two traffic violations, but more than that is prohibited. The cleaner your record is, the higher your chance to be accepted. What company would want to have their brand name placed on a car with an image of a traffic violator? It may reflect upon the product they put in your car. All companies want the best for their product image.

Basically, getting into paid car wrap advertising is like applying for any job. But think, working and driving to work is like hitting two birds with one stone. You earn with both.


  • Kathleen Ringel
    October 9, 2014 - 11:15 pm | Permalink

    I paid my money and never heard a word from you Cell# 920-946-0477

  • Christi Cradduck
    February 20, 2014 - 5:15 pm | Permalink

    I am interested in wrapping my 2 vehicles. I travel all over in Kansas and in Missouri

  • Loretta Grebb
    June 19, 2013 - 7:55 pm | Permalink

    I m at odd times, a wrapped vehical would benfit greatly at this time. I have two kids. We drive all over Nothern Arizon, Phx, and Tucson. Thanks

  • Luis Moscoso
    May 28, 2013 - 8:24 pm | Permalink

    Hi I’m interested in having my SUV 2002 Isuzu Axiom wraped. I live in Houston, TX. Need I say more? This a great city to advertize.

  • Luis Moscoso
    May 28, 2013 - 8:23 pm | Permalink

    Hi I’m interested in having my SUV 2002 Isuzu Axiom wraped. I live in Houston, TX. Need I say more? This a grat city to advertize.

  • Kulia Selwyn
    March 31, 2013 - 3:54 pm | Permalink

    I am interested in having my 2012 Kia Soul wrapped. I live in a populated area in S. Florida.

  • Bill Thompson
    September 21, 2012 - 2:37 am | Permalink

    I am a courier and I drive between 200-300 miles a day around Dallas & Ft Worth Tx 5 days aweek. A clean driving record.

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