Interested in joining the GoShare platform, but don’t own a pickup truck, full-sized cargo van, or box truck? Apply as a helper! Helpers assist drivers in loading and unloading large and bulky cargo, but rarely carry items in their vehicles. Helpers earn $47.52 an hour, the same as pickup truck drivers. Customers will pay for your time during loading, transit to the unloading site, and unloading. In order to qualify to take helper projects, you must be able to comfortably lift 50lbs and pass a background check. Because you are covered by GoShare’s insurance while on projects, your vehicle is still required to be a model year 2004 or newer, and must pass a vehicle inspection. If you aren’t sure whether or not your vehicle qualifies to accept cargo transportation projects, check out this guide.
Projects on the GoShare platform offer some of the highest per-hour earnings of any gig-delivery service. Professionals using GoShare to source projects often make more per hour than traditional moving and courier employees.
As an independent contractor, you can work when you want, however often you want. Pick only the projects that work for your schedule.
No long waiting periods to get your hard-earned money. GoShare bills the customer on your behalf and deposits the money directly into your account. The average payout is less than a week.
From cargo insurance to customer billing, GoShare handles the details so you can focus on what you do best, moving and delivery gigs!
All projects booked through the GoShare platform are covered by our extensive cargo and liability insurance policies.
Must be at least 18 years old.
Your vehicle must be a model year 2004 or newer and pass a vehicle inspection. No salvage titles.
Must be able to pass a background check and driving history check.
Must have an iPhone or Android phone that is capable of running the latest version of the GoShare Driver App.
Must have a checking account to receive direct deposit.
Must be able to speak English.
Must have valid license, registration and insurance in the state that you are driving in.
You must have minimum state insurance requirements and be compliant with local laws.