1. Drive For Uber or Lyft
Have spare time? You can drive for ride-sharing services like Uber or Lyft. There are a few requirements like having a driver’s license and meeting the minimum age requirement in your chosen area.
2. Wrap Advertisements On Your Car
Wrap advertising companies calculate your typical driving routes.
They look for newer cars and daily commutes of 30 miles per day. The denser the traffic, the more you can earn.
3. Food/Groceries Delivery Services
In combination with the ride-sharing companies, or on your own, you can participate in delivering prepared meals, groceries, or other things while you are on your way to a destination.