We’re going to be honest here. We’re not big fans of driving for Uber and Lyft. But, if you want to drive adults and you can’t commit to any particular schedule, these ride share giants are where the jobs are.

Both sites allow you to flip on and off your app whenever you feel like it. They have plenty of customers, so you’re likely to get regular requests to drive adults for pay. However, they both appear to engage in near-constant revisions of their terms, almost always to the detriment of the freelancers who work for them.

Drive adults 

You can learn more about driving for Uber here.

You can learn more about driving for Lyft here.

Other options

If you can commit to a schedule, there’s a much better option in a few select cities. A company called Alto is advertising itself as a premium ride sharing service. It hires its drivers, pays for every hour they work and provides a well-maintained car for you to use. The company pays the cost of gas, repairs and maintenance. Learn more about Alto here.

Also, if you don’t mind delivering food or packages, those options are better.

If none of these options suit you, you might want to start the quiz again.