Make a Difference.
Drive with us now!
Before you apply please make sure the following statements are all true for you:
Give rides to students and earn $30+ per ride. A minimum of 2 rides daily.
Join thousands of drivers and make a living by making a difference. Make predictable pay, and control your day.
I meet the age requirement.
I have had a U.S driver license for at least one year.
I have access to a 4-door vehicle that is 10 years old or newer.
I have valid in-state auto insurance.
I pass any drug and alcohol test.
I pass all background checks.
I have working experience with kids.
I am excited to work with ADROIT!
What you'll need to qualify
Must meet an age requirement.
Licensed to drive in the US for at least one year.
Have access to a 4-door vehicle that is 15 years old or newer.
In-state driver’s license.
In-state auto insurance with your name on the policy.
In-state license plates with current registration (commercial plates are acceptable as well).
You must have a social security number.
Working with children experience.
Pass all background checks.
FBI national background check.
DOJ background check.
National Sex Offender Registry.
Alcohol and drug testing.
Ongoing MVRs checks.
County courthouse records for every county of residence.
Federal courthouse records.
The multi-state criminal database.
Social Security Trace.
What caring partners say about us
Partnering with ADROIT has been a great pleasure. I enjoy the flexibility it gives me. As a mother I take pride in making sure the students feel comfortable and safe. This is the level of service I would expect for my own child. This has been the most rewarding work ever. Their customer care team is outstanding.
As a teacher-assistant and mother of two of my own kids, it goes without saying that their safety and well-being is of utmost importance to me. I apply the same integrity and love to the precious cargo that are my special passengers. Getting kids to and from school on time happily and safely is my specialty. I love my work.
Putting a smile on students before they get to their classes is one of my favorite things to do throughout the day. Transporting students with special needs is the best way for me to pay for my son’s college and at the same time do something good for my community.