Interested in Driving?
Do you love to give back to your community? Being a Liberty Driver is an amazing way to serve your community and earn extra money for the things that matter most to you. Enjoy a flexible schedule and still be your own boss – driving your own vehicle.
Provide a new level of freedom to folks who do not have access to personal transportation or who need a safe ride home.
Liberty Drivers are independent contractors that get paid per mile by accepting trips requested from neighbors and folks in your community.
All the payment is handled electronically so there is no cash to worry about collecting, change to keep on hand, credit card readers to figure out, etc. Just drop them off where they need to go – and you can go about your business.
We are currently hiring independent contractor drivers in Nebraska and Ohio.
Liberty Mobility Now, Inc. Non-Discrimination Policy
Liberty Mobility Now, Inc. desires to connect communities through providing mobility as a service – this also means ensuring that all transportation is provided without discrimination.
Liberty strictly prohibits discrimination based on race, national origin, religion, gender, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, or age against any individual using or providing services through Liberty including, but not limited to, riders, drivers, employees, independent contractors, subcontractors, or volunteers. Discrimination includes, but is not limited to, refusing to provide or accept transportation services based on any of these characteristics. Any individual legally found to have violated this policy will be prohibited from providing or receiving further services from Liberty.
Liberty Mobility Now, Inc. Drug and Alcohol Policy
Liberty Mobility Now, Inc. has a strict zero-tolerance policy on the use of drugs or alcohol for any driver providing services on behalf of Liberty, whether such driver is providing such services as an employee, independent contractor, subcontractor, volunteer or other agent or representative (“Driver”) of Liberty.
Illegal substances of any kind are not permitted in a Driver’s vehicle at any time. A Driver suspected of being or discovered to be in violation of the zero-tolerance policy shall be immediately suspended from providing further services until otherwise notified by Liberty. In addition, Liberty reserves the right to immediately terminate any contract, agreement, or other relationship with a Driver who is suspected of being or is discovered to be in violation of the zero-tolerance policy.
Do I have to drive a car to be a Liberty Driver?
Liberty Drivers can use their truck, car, sport utility vehicle, suburban, or mini-van. We do draw the line however, that you cannot provide Liberty rides in a golf cart or on a motorcycle. Some states require that the vehicle must have 4 full doors – when you apply to be a Liberty Driver that will be noted on the application if that is a requirement. In some of our more extreme rural communities – we are looking at adding Liberty ferry rides and prop plane trips. Stay tuned…
Do I get paid for miles when the passenger is not in the vehicle?
We reimburse drivers for all the miles the passenger is in the vehicle. Some call this a “loaded rate”. Our trip booking algorithm always requests the closest driver first to help minimize those empty miles.
How do I get paid?
When you sign up as a Liberty Driver we will set up a direct deposit to your bank account and you will get paid bi-weekly for the trips you provide. No waiting for checks in the mail. Ever.
What rate do I earn?
While it depends on each state, our standard initial roll-out rate drivers earn is between $0.76 – $0.80 per mile. We also have a minimum fare rate set at 4 miles – so whether you take them 2 blocks or 2 miles, you still get the minimum 4 mile rate.
What type of insurance do I have to have?
Each state has different requirements and every personal auto insurance company is different. Liberty’s insurance covers your passenger during each trip from the moment the passenger gets in the car to the moment they arrive at their destination. Always check with your insurance agent to see how your coverage will be impacted.
Do I have to take a drug test?
Yes. We know our drivers are respected community members and this is predominately just a formality but our funding requirements stipulate that we must follow federal regulations which requiring drug and alcohol testing. We did a survey and 9 out of 10 drivers preferred a quick saliva test versus a urine sample. If you were putting your mom in the car with someone you did not know, you would want every level of comfort that this person is safe to drive – right? We’re just adding this extra level of safety for you, our passengers and their loved ones, your insurance, our insurance, and federal regulations.