How to Get Paid for Driving Through a Parking Lot
A friend of mine had a pretty bad day.
He was sitting in a parking lot and was talking about how it felt to drive on a Sunday.
When I said that, he was like, “I wish you could drive through here on a Saturday night.”
We’ve all done it, and you get paid for it.
It’s called a “parking bonus,” and it’s a nice bonus, especially if you’re the type of person who loves to drive and wants to save a lot of money.
I’m a big fan of saving money and getting paid to do it, but it can be a little tricky.
To be fair, it’s not always that easy.
Here’s how to find out if you qualify for a “driving bonus.”1.
Check Your State’s Driving StatutesFirst, check your state’s driving statute.
State law differs from state to state.
If you live in a state that requires you to be at least 18 years old to drive, check out the law at your local DMV.
If your state doesn’t require you to drive at all, you can still get paid to drive if you meet certain criteria.
For instance, if your state has a specific age limit, you could still get compensated for driving on Sunday.2.
Find Your VehicleTitle: The vehicle title.
State: This can vary from state-to-state, but the title usually has an age limit.
It should state the year the car was purchased, the mileage, and the year it is registered.3.
Get PaidTitle: If you’re eligible, the company that will pay you.
If not, you may need to work out a deal with your company.
Usually, the amount depends on the company’s size and location, and how long you’ve been driving.4.
Pay Your Parking BonusTitle: This is the amount you’ll get paid.
This could be cash, cashback, or a bonus, depending on the type.5.
Pay Out the BonusTitle, this is the part that’s usually left out.
If it’s your birthday or a special occasion, it could be a birthday or special bonus.6.
Save MoreMoneyTitle: It’s usually listed as “per mile” or “per hour” on your driving records.7.
Get a Free Insurance QuoteTitle: Depending on where you live, this could be “free” or a “free insurance quote.”8.
Apply for a Parking BonusPayout: If your vehicle is registered in your state, you might get a free insurance quote for a parking spot or an “excess parking spot.”9.
Get Rejected by a Parking SpotRejected Parking Spot: Usually it’s because you weren’t using the lot regularly enough.
You can still earn a “rejected parking spot” bonus.10.
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