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1. Posted by farleyUL (Full Member 125 posts) 7y

I've seen people reference websites that someone will pay you to drive their car across the country. I've searched around and couldn't find any site like this...would anyone happen to know of a few? I'm looking to get a car to drive from Louisville to Washington DC or New York City.

2. Posted by Joselyn (Budding Member 10 posts) 7y

Hi, I don't know if this is what you are looking for . What these companies does is that they wrap your car (or theirs) with an advertisment and they pay you for advertise the product while you are driving. When I have filled out the applications it looks like they are interested in people who live in pretty decent size towns and who drive a LOT. Of course they are looking for the best exposure for their advertising so that is to be expected. Some will pay you to wrap your car existing car with their advertising and others will give you a free car with the advertising already on it. Try this companies, just type the name on a google search or something. Sorry I dont't have their address. Be carefull there are some companies that are not trustworthy. DO NOT PAY ANY MONEY TO A COMPANY ASKING FOR A FEE . The real companies that does this do not ask you for money. Good luck:)

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3. Posted by Behappy (Full Member 50 posts) 7y

I guess you're looking for this kind of thing.

www.autodriveaway.com

but joselyn's posting is also interesting

4. Posted by kevandshan (Full Member 142 posts) 7y

Autodriveaway.....excellent
Have used them heaps...great way to travel. I have taken them from San diego, Houston, New Orleans, DC, New York, Seattle. Great way to go.
You must give a deposit (~$200) they usually give you a full tank of gas, and sometimes a fuel credit.
You must have a license (of course) but it is the best way to go. I have gone from one side of the country to the other for $500...class A travel for a backpacker!!

5. Posted by Steph1985 (Budding Member 19 posts) 7y

This sounds like a really awesome idea and i'm interested to learn more however i cannot get this website to work....=S

6. Posted by kevandshan (Full Member 142 posts) 7y

Go to the following
www.autodriveaway.com
click on 'Driver Enquiries'

7. Posted by kathbotha (Budding Member 22 posts) 7y

i've been to the autodriveaway site and have registered (entered) my details 3x, and have emailed them but have never had any replies :-( anyone know what else i must do in this case?

8. Posted by Behappy (Full Member 50 posts) 7y

Quoting kathbotha

i've been to the autodriveaway site and have registered (entered) my details 3x, and have emailed them but have never had any replies :-( anyone know what else i must do in this case?

Actually I'd tried as you, too. but I didn't have any reply also.

So I think it's better to visit their office.

I'll try on May, then I'll leave some informations here.

Good luck!

9. Posted by kathbotha (Budding Member 22 posts) 7y

I live in South Africa so can't visit their offices! :-( But any info that you can get would be great :-)
xxx

10. Posted by Steph1985 (Budding Member 19 posts) 7y

Hi Guys,

The auto driveaway thing sounds like such a great and economical idea, however....for some really annoying reason i cannot get the page to load. Everytime i type it into the browser, i get an error code and it doesn't work. So i was curious if anyone knows companies that do the same type of thing, or know OTHER websites that offer information for autodriveaway or if there is an email for enquiries on the site that someone can send me so i can email them to ask questions.

Any help would be great!!!! Cheers.