Set your own hours. Work when you want. Drive full-time or part-time, whatever works for you. Work between classes or when your kids are in school. Our busiest times are between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m from Monday through Saturday.
What is Veyo?
Veyo is a non-emergency medical transportation broker revolutionizing the way Medicaid and Medicare Advantage members get to and from their healthcare appointments. We’re currently managing thousands of trips in Arizona and Idaho and launching soon in Connecticut. We’re growing quickly and need more drivers!
Why drive with Veyo?
Don’t live in Arizona, Idaho, or Connecticut?
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We make it easy to become a Veyo Driver.
Fill out our simple sign-up form above and we’ll walk you through these four easy steps.
*The onboarding process may take up to an additional two weeks in Idaho, due to additional background check requirements.
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Do I need special training to start driving?
When you complete the application process you’ll be required to watch a few simple training videos. They’ll cover things like ADA compliance, HIPAA, and how to use the driver app. You’ll also need to complete CPR training with an online class and an in-person practical training. (And if you’re not quite ready to be a driver, you can still get CPR certified for free at one of our classes! No strings attached, we promise!)
Do I need a special license?
Nope. But you do have to pass driving history and criminal background check requirements that are based on the state you are driving in. We’ll let you know more about those once you start the signup process.
Do I need any special equipment or a special vehicle?
Nope. We don’t require any special equipment or a special vehicle. To be a Driver-Provider, you need a 4-door vehicle that’s model year 2000 or newer (2006 or newer in Connecticut). If you have a wheelchair accessible van you can use that as well, just let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I sign up to drive my truck or 2-door vehicle?
We’re sorry, at this time we cannot accommodate pickup trucks or 2-door vehicles.
Who will I be driving?
You’ll be driving people to and from their doctor or health appointments. Because their health appointments are scheduled beforehand, we know when and where pickups will need to occur, and we’ll help guide you to the right locations to ensure your success!
What do I need to sign up to drive with Veyo?
To sign up you’ll need to get a few documents ready and then start the process with the signup form here. The process will prompt you to use the camera on your phone to take photos of your Driver’s License, Vehicle Registration, and Vehicle Insurance, so keep those handy!
Is there a minimum or maximum amount of time I can drive with Veyo?
Your schedule is up to you. The system is available 24/7, and you are welcome to drive as much or as little as you’d like.
How much can I make when I drive with Veyo?
It’s up to you! You can work as little or as much as you want, which means the amount you make is up to you. Pay varies by state, and we don’t take any commissions or fees out of our rates.
Can I drive with Veyo if I’m driving for another rideshare service?
Sure—we don’t need you to be exclusive. In fact, most of our trips occur during the day between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., so we’re a great alternative to the times when many of the other services aren’t as busy. We just ask that you set yourself as “unavailable” in the app when you’re doing other trips.
How do I get paid?
All our payments are processed electronically and payments are sent out once a week.
How long until I can start driving?
Our application and onboarding process typically takes 3-5 days from when you begin the signup process.
Idaho Driver-Provider complete a different background check process, which may take up to an additional two weeks.
You’ll receive updates via email and we’ll let you know when you’re ready to get out on the road.
Do I need special insurance?
You do not need to have commercial insurance to drive with Veyo – your personal auto insurance will work just fine. But we do require that you have additional coverage under your personal policy (it’s often called a rideshare endorsement). For more information on rideshare endorsements, please contact your insurance company.
Does the vehicle have to be registered in my name?
Nope. To become a Veyo Driver-Provider, you do not have to be listed on the vehicle registration. But you will need to be listed on the vehicle insurance.
I’m signing up with a referral code, how does that work?
Just enter the referral code above when you sign up to drive with Veyo. Referral rewards will be paid out when you complete 50 trips in 30 days (unless otherwise specified).