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What is Veyo?
Veyo.com partners with rideshare drivers to provide Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) for Medicaid and Medicare members in the Phoenix, Tucson, Orange County, and Connecticut markets.
They have been helping people get to and from their health appointments for the past four and a half years, and their ridesharing drivers, whom they call Independent Provider-Drivers or IDPs, have completed more than seven million trips in those three and a half years.
How does Veyo work?
As mentioned above, Veyo is a non-emergency medical transportation broker, and they are based in San Diego, California. They provide drivers to hospitals and clinics so those places can offer rides to their patients.
This allows patients to get to appointments even if they do not have their own way to get there or if alternative transportation is not available.
Typical trips include mental and behavioural health appointments; dialysis for someone who has advanced kidney disease; substance abuse counselling and treatment services; a trip to the doctor for primary care or visits to specialists; and physical therapy or other forms of rehabilitation.
What are the requirements to work for Veyo?
Do you want to join the team? These are the minimum requirements for Veyo Driver-Providers:
- Be at least 21 years old.
- Drive a 2006 or newer car (4 doors please!) With valid insurance on the vehicle.
- Have a valid driver’s license.
- Be a safe driver.
- Have a clean record.
How do you earn money on Veyo?
Like Lyft and Uber, Veyo uses independent contractors as drivers for its rideshare network.
How much money can you make on Veyo?
The Veyo driver averages between $8 and $14 per hour.
Pros of working for Veyo
- No hidden fees or commissions: keep everything you earn.
- Work whenever you want: set your own hours and be your own boss!
- Keep your night job: Most of your trips happen during the day between 6 am and 6 pm, so Veyo is an excellent alternative to times when many of the other services are not as busy.
- To apply, you do not need prior work experience as a transportation driver, truck driver, taxi driver, courier, or delivery man.
Cons of working for Veyo
- Simply driving with rideshare company means additional wear and tear on your vehicle. Each extra mile you drive is one mile less than your car will last for the long haul.
- As a result of all these additional costs and wear and tear on your vehicle, you may face the additional cost of replacing your vehicle sooner than previously planned.
- Unlike a regular job with a predictable weekly paycheck, driving for Veyo earnings is very unpredictable. Some days money will flow continuously, while other days you are always checking to see if your Veyo app is working correctly due to lack of riders.
How do I sign up to work for Veyo?
To register, simply go to their registration page to get started.
- People in these cities and states can enrol with Veyo now: Arizona, Orange County, CA and Connecticut
What is the website for Veyo?
Does Veyo have an app?
You can download the Veyo app from the Google Play Store or the Apple app store.
In general, it sounds similar to a regular trip given by any existing ridesharing company; the difference is that it is specifically aimed at those with Medicare or Medicaid and needs help to be transported to and from their regular non-emergency appointments.
That said, rideshare driving might be a good option for someone in a temporary cash crisis and not worried about the long-term impacts on their transportation budget.
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