Getting Paid To Drive US Drivers
Did you know that in the U.S. commuters spend an average of 50 minutes a day in their car? Here at Getting Paid To Drive, we want to help you make money, while driving safe. In this post, we offer the top 5 tips to help improve your daily commute so that your drive is pleasant and safe.
Top 5 Commuting Tips
1. Gas Money – If you are a commuter, you probably spend a fortune in gas. When gas prices soar, this can really hurt your wallet. There are a number ways to save money on gas. You can car pool and ask everyone to chip in for gas, drive a hybrid vehicle, or better yet place one of our ad decals on your car and make money while you drive to work. This extra cash can be used to gas in your vehicle.
2. Easy Access To Items – This important thing when commuting is to pay attention to the road. You never know when the car in front of you will slam on their breaks. Paying attention to driving means you are NOT rooting around for your sunglasses, cellphone, or snacks. Before you start your car, put everything you will need for your drive in one easy to reach place.
3. Avoid Bad Traffic – This is easier said than done, but with today’s technology, you should be able to reroute yourself before you hit the road. There are a number of different traffic and map apps you can download on your phone. Or better yet check Google traffic maps before you hit the road, so you don’t have to be on your mobile phone at all.
4. Check Your Blind Spots – With so many cars on the road, accidents can easily happen. Before you take off for you long commute check all your mirrors. Make sure your mirror set up does not limit the amount of blind spot view you can get. And of course before you change lanes, always look over your shoulder.
5. Manage Your Stress – Road rage is a problem for commuters. Sitting in traffic every single day can really make you lose your patience. Managing your stress is important. Yelling, screaming, and honking at other commuters does nothing but cause problems. Listen to soothing music, or take a minute for yourself before you hit the road.
Here at Getting Paid to Drive we like to help our drivers make money and drive safe. Find out how you can get paid for something you already do every day.