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How to Get A Free Car

Updated on November 11, 2013

Knowing how to drive or getting around when you don't have a car is not very fun. And while we may all dream of having the car of our dreams, as evident by knowing a ferrari laferrari specs off the top of your head, it's not a dream everyone can fulfill - at least not yet. And so, with a dream car far off in the distance, just having a car to get you from point A to point B would be helpful.

Wouldn’t it be great if rather than spending thousands and thousands of dollars on a new car, you could get yourself a free car? Can you believe this? Having a car that works well, that gets excellent gas mileage, won't breaking down all the time, looks decent, and all for free? Does this seem just way too good to be a possibility? Well, I am here to tell you it’s not. You can get yourself a free car. In fact, you just might find someone to pay you to drive a completely free car! Now what do you think about that?

This article will tell you all about free cars—why people are willing to give you a car for free, and about the best places to find free cars. You will be amazed that you can be driving a new car, for absolutely nothing, in almost no time at all.

Many ad agencies are now giving people free cars, even paying people to drive their free cars
Many ad agencies are now giving people free cars, even paying people to drive their free cars

So How Does This Free Car Thing Work?

We all know that advertising is a billion dollar industry. Companies are willing to spend millions of dollars having their products or services advertised on television, the radio, the internet, and other places.  So why are companies willing to pay so they're products can be heard about and seen? Because advertising works. Companies know that, without ads, the things they sell won’t be bought, at least not in large quantities.

In the past few years, advertising agencies have discovered another way to promote and sell the products of their clients. These ad agencies have discovered that putting advertisements on the sides of cars is a powerful promotional campaign. Cars with ads stuck on them are like mobile commercials—they drive down the street, and hundreds, and possibly thousands, of people can see the ads. It’s an eye catching and effective way to spread the word about services and products.

For this reason, many ad agencies are now giving people free cars, even paying people to drive their free cars. All you have to do is agree to drive around with the advertisements stuck to the car. Sometimes these ads are affixed to just the sides of the car, and sometimes they wrap completely around the car, so even the windows are part of the advertisement. They use a special vinyl for these ads so that the driver can see through them as they drive.

How Can You Qualify For A Free Car?

Given the obvious benefit of having a free car to drive, you will want to know how easy it is for you to qualify to be part of a free car program. The best answer to this question is: sign up for one of the many free car programs online and see what kinds of programs you do qualify for. Below are a few listings for some of these internet sites. However, before you do sign up, here are a couple tips on the people who might best be qualified to get a free car.

First of all, because the point of advertising on a car is that many people can see the ads, you living in a place where this can happen is going to be important. That is to say if you live in a busy city or suburb, your opportunity for qualification might be better than if you live in a small town or out in the country. Also important is how much you drive. Do you have a long commute to work every day, or do you take your car out once a week for a Sunday drive? The more miles you put on a free car, the better your chance of getting one or hooking up with a free car program with the best benefits.

Some Free Car Programs

Some websites that offer connections with free car programs charge an application fee for you to join them, while others offer these services for free. Do a bit of comparison shopping to decide which of the following sites best suit you.

Spend a bit of time getting to know these sites and others like them. You may be driving a new, totally free car real soon!


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