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What is Roadie?
We live in the era of Uber, Postmates, Turo, and Airbnb. With these, everyday people can turn their free time into a lucrative side gig and provide peer-to-peer services that rival entire industries. Roadie is no different and seeks to make transporting items (such as furniture, groceries, or even pets!) more comfortable than ever.
This âsocial drivingâ delivery platform turns commuters, parents, and college kids alike into cash-earning drivers. You can utilize the empty space in your vehicleâwhether itâs a single passenger seat, a trunk, or even the entire bed of a truckâto help Roadie shippers move their individual items where they need to go.
How does Roadie work?
If you have a vehicle and have any sort of travel planned, you can drive for Roadie. Whether your daily commute takes you into the neighboring town/state or youâre driving cross-country over the summer, you can use your road time to earn cash as you go.
Roadie is perfect for those summer road trips, in particular. If you have stops planned in multiple states and have a little bit of extra time (for making deliveries), you could ideally fund your entire trip with the cash earned through the app. Considering that people can ship items as small as a shoebox or as big as a bed, you can utilize every inch of available space to help others move their special packages. And, of course, youâll earn a nice chunk of change in the process.
What are the requirements to work for Roadie?
You must be 18 years of age, have a social security number, and valid U.S. driverâs license. Drivers must maintain a four-star rating based on sender feedback.
Reaching 55 U.S. cities with plans to expand to more; Roadie requires you have at least a car while some senders require a pickup â typically for more substantial items or perhaps multiple items need to be delivered.
How do you earn money on Roadie?
Click on âFind gigs to drive,â and it will show you a U.S. map and currently available gigs, which will be indicated by small circles. If youâre interested in the gig, just tap on the Offer to Drive button and wait for a response.
How much money can you make on Roadie?
According to Roadieâs website, drivers earn up to $50 per local gig and as much as $650 for long-haul deliveries. If you are simply filling space that would otherwise be empty in your vehicle, this could be one incredibly lucrative side gig.
Pros of working for Roadie
- Double Acceptance â A great feature, where both sender and drivers have the control to accept or decline for any reason.
- A great way to cut the cost of a road trip or vacation by delivering a package(s).
- A good feeling of helping out someone.
- Long and short delivery is available. Across town or across the country.
- Discounts for drivers from certain stores.
- Roadie has a blog that has many helpful tips and ideas.
- Roadie app is easy to use and intuitive. It is well designed and easily navigated. This company would fail if this app werenât GOOD, so donât worry, this app deliverer (pun intended).
Cons of working for Roadie
- Not a household name yet but should be. As Roadie becomes more well-known, expect more job opportunities.
- Payments take about 1 week to receive via direct deposit. It could be a little faster, but we are sure there are reasons for this.
How do I sign up to work for Roadie?
To sign up for Roadie, head over to their website, and complete a short application. It only takes about five minutes.
- Full name
- Social Security Number and Date of Birth
- Driverâs License
- Consent to a background check
- Your bank account information for direct deposit
- Your headshot photo
What is the website for Roadie?
This shipping app is available to download for free for iOS and Android.
We donât see this as a gig that will bring in a part-time and indeed not a full-time income. Many of the gigs just donât pay enough. But excellent opportunities can be found.
Just by having the Roadie app on, it might be worth it for you to select gigs that you feel are worth your time and effort â that is as long as youâre going that direction.
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