If you’re a rideshare driver or gig driver looking for meaningful work, it’s time to drive for MTM! We need Independent Driver Providers.

Rideshare Drivers: Drive for MTM as an Independent Driver Provider!

If you’re a rideshare driver or gig driver looking for more meaningful work, it’s time to drive for MTM! We are always looking for Independent Driver Providers (IDPs). We know there are plenty of gigs out there for rideshare drivers. But with MTM, you can make a difference in your community by driving Medicaid and Medicare patients to their healthcare appointments.

Want to make a difference while driving? Learn how you can drive for MTM as an IDP!

What are IDPs?

IDPs are gig drivers who own their own vehicle and want to make a difference in their community while earning some extra cash. IDPs provide non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) services for Medicaid and Medicare members. Put simply, IDPs help people who don’t have their own vehicle get to and from their doctors’ appointments. This could be routine appointments like annual check-ups, or important life-saving treatments like dialysis and chemotherapy.

IDPs are recruited through our affiliate company Veyo.

Why Drive for MTM?

When rideshare drivers and gig drivers drive for MTM, they notice the difference immediately. Here are the benefits you can expect:

  • Avoid late night trips. Most trips take place between 5 a.m. and 6 p.m. That means no more rowdy bar crowds like you get through other driving gigs.
  • Earn more. We don’t take commissions or fees out of your earnings. You keep it all.
  • Work when you want. You can drive full-time or part-time, between classes, or when your kids are in school.
  • Make a difference. Help us improve transportation options for Medicaid and Medicare members, one trip at a time.

How Much Will I Make as an IDP?

Our credentialing processes may take a bit longer that other rideshare options, but you have the ability to earn more when you drive for MTM. How much you earn will depend on how often you drive. Most IDPs earn between $15 and $25 per hour. Rates depend on the length of the trip. We also offer surge rates during peak periods, meaning you can earn more during busy times. We send out emails and text notifications when surge rates are in place, giving you a chance to sign on, drive, and earn more per mile. We also don’t take any fees out of your rates. What you earn is what you keep.

Plus, when you sign on to drive for MTM, we offer a sign-on bonus! Click here to view current rewards by market.

Just remember that your passengers aren’t expected to tip you when their trip is done. That’s why we pay you a higher per mile rate than other rideshare companies.

What Would My Schedule Look Like as an IDP?

Your schedule can be whatever you make it! You can drive all day, every day; you can drive just a few days a week; or you can drive for just a few hours in the afternoon/early evening after you finish another job. Using the Veyo driver app, you can set your hours of availability. Trips will only be assigned to you during those hours. When you drive for MTM, it’s truly flexible!

What if My Passenger Needs Help?

Almost all of your passengers will be going to medical appointments—but they aren’t emergency cases. You don’t need to be an EMT or have medical training. The passengers you drive may have a wheelchair or carry equipment like an oxygen tank, but they are able to navigate on their own. Sometimes, they may just need a bit more help from you. This may include offering a helping hand as they enter or exit your vehicle, like you would for your parent or grandparent.

Are There Requirements to Drive for MTM?

Yes. Since IDPs transport Medicaid and Medicare members, we do have onboarding requirements to help keep passengers safe. Basic requirements are that you must:

  • Be at least 21 years old
  • Have had a valid United States driver’s license for at least three years
  • Have a good driving record
  • Own an Android or iPhone smartphone
  • Complete a clean drug screen and background check
  • Complete CPR and First Aid certification, which is offered for free by MTM and Veyo

Some states have additional requirements. Click here to review the current driver requirements in your area.

Similarly, we have requirements for the type of vehicles IDPs can drive. The vehicle you drive must:

  • Be a 2006 model or newer (some states only require a 2001 or newer)
  • Have valid registration and insurance
  • Be owned by the IDP driver
  • Have four doors
  • Have a seating capacity of at least five (including driver)
  • Not be a pick-up truck

Click here for specific vehicle requirements by market.

How Do I Become an IDP?

Does this sound like a great opportunity for you? It’s easy to become an IDP and start setting your own schedule. Click here to start the enrollment process through Veyo and start your journey to drive for MTM!


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