By Mike Haaren – Updated July 21, 2017
(Disclosure: We used to recommend Uber for free. Now we participate in Uber’s affiliate program, and receive a fee from Uber if you sign up with them using the links below. It helps us keep the computers on.)
If you don’t have a car and would like to earn some extra cash on your own schedule, Uber now has “no credit check” car rental programs with Enterprise and Hertz. You can also lease a new or late-model used car through Uber’s Xchange Leasing Program (“All credit levels are eligible to apply, even if you have poor credit, or no credit history”). Unlimited mileage and routine maintenance are included, with the right to return the car on two weeks’ notice.
If you’ve ever rented or leased a car, these programs look pretty good in comparison. Since your payments are deducted from your earnings as a driver, the trick is to maximize what you make behind the wheel. This will depend largely on two factors: where you live and when you drive.
To learn more or to sign up — if you need a car, under “Sign up now” check the circle next to “I need a car” — click here. (This is our Uber affiliate program link, and as mentioned Uber will pay us a referral fee if you sign up using this link.)
If you’d rather buy than lease a car, Uber has negotiated discounted pricing on Toyota, GM, Ford, Nissan, Hyundai, Chrysler and VW autos. For more details or to sign up — as mentioned, check the circle next to “I need a car” — click here. (This is the same Uber affiliate program link we used above, and Uber will pay us a fee if you use it to sign up.)
To paraphrase Star Trek, “Drive long and prosper!”
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