Veyo aims to recruit 1,200 Phoenix drivers

‘Tis the season to make some extra cash! Veyo, a new healthcare logistics company with target service for the healthcare industry, plans to bring 1,200 earning opportunities to Phoenix Metro before the end of the year.

By offering higher per­-mile rates than similar app-­based transportation services and a majority of trips fall between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., this is a great gig for adults looking for seasonal work or part­-time income that can be done on their own terms and without enduring the 2 a.m. bar crowd. For drivers who don’t mind the bar crowd, a Veyo workday occurs when similar services aren’t as busy and keeps workflow steady throughout the day. Stay­at­home parents, current drivers, nursing students, hospice workers and lifeguards who are looking to make extra cash around their own schedules are encouraged to enroll as a driver on

Drivers must be 23 years old, drive a car made after 2000 with a valid driver’s license and insurance, a clean record and CPR certification. Don’t worry if you’re not CPR certified — Veyo offers complimentary CPR certification training, which is good for two years, to interested drivers. Drivers can enroll at The first 50 drivers to enroll in November will receive a $50 gas card after they complete five trips. They must use the promo code, GASCARD, when enrolling.

Veyo is a healthcare logistics company with a healthy dose of public service. With more than 6,000 trips made daily in Phoenix, Veyo offers patients (and their insurers) non­emergency lifts to and from healthcare provider’s offices or hospital. Veyo will officially launch next January.

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One thought on “Veyo aims to recruit 1,200 Phoenix drivers

  1. Steve McCullough

    Might be interested in driving… Where can I apply? I live in North Phoenix close to Anthem.

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