1. Get paid to haul stuff away.

Lots of businesses need you to get rid of stuff they don’t need! Old inventory, broken furniture, dingy office file cabinets, outdated electronics, or even just trash could provide the perfect opportunity for you to make some money.

2. Local business deliveries

Small local businesses could use your help to deliver their products locally. Think flower delivery or mattress delivery. Maybe there are some antique shops in town that can benefit from a person with a pickup who can deliver some larger items to customers?

3. Wrap your pickup truck

Make extra money with your pickup truck by using it to advertise a product or service. Using your vehicle as a moving billboard helps to bring exposure to the product, brand, or service advertised.
There are many companies that pay pickup truck owners to advertise or promote products or brands. Some contracts with these companies run for 3 to 6 months. One of them is Carvertise and you can check them out here

4. Haul building supplies

If you’ve ever visited a building site, there are tons (literally) of materials there. Small construction companies might want to pay for your private delivery services instead of using a large company that may charge more.

5. Garage sale deliveries

This is one of the more interesting ways to make extra money with your pickup truck…and it’s a great way to build a client base!

·        Be on the lookout for garage sales in your area. This could be signs around town, the nextdoor app, Craigslist and Facebook Marketplace.

·        Let people know that you will handle their deliveries for them.

·        Print a flier or business cards and bring them with you on the day of the garage sale.

·        The host can tell their customers about your service when they purchase.

6. Offer landscaping services

As most of us agree, yard work can be time consuming and not always fun.

You can use pickup truck to accomplish basic jobs to regular yard maintenance work like mowing, weeding, pruning, mulching, etc. You might even start a small landscaping service.

7. Large appliance repair pickup and delivery


Large appliances, like refrigerators and washing machines, sometimes need to be sent off for repair. But the average person doesn’t have a vehicle large enough to hold them, which means they’ll have to pay extra for transportation.

8. Find pickup truck jobs on Shipperoo

Large appliances, like refrigerators and washing machines, sometimes need to be sent off for repair. But the average person doesn’t have a vehicle large enough to hold them, which means they’ll have to pay extra for transportation.

 

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