35 Jobs That Give You a Car to Drive: Delivery Jobs, Field Techs, etc

Short Answer: Jobs that give you a car to drive for work include delivery services like Amazon and Edible Arrangements, as well as service companies like Merry Maids and Orkin Pest Control. Other jobs, such as some state and government agency positions, may offer the benefit of a take-home company car you can use for work and during personal time. For more information on jobs that give you a company car, see below.

Jobs That Give You a Car to Drive

Many jobs that require daily driving, such as those that offer delivery or in-home services, give employees a car to drive during work hours; other jobs give employees a vehicle to take home and drive for business and personal use. Below, we list which jobs give you a car to drive during work, as well as those that provide a take-home vehicle. We compiled this information by contacting the companies directly.

Companies That Provide Cars To Drive At Work

We found that the following companies give employees a vehicle to drive during work hours:

Amazon

  • Position: Delivery driver
  • Vehicle type: Cargo van
  • Apply

Buildingstars

Car Dealerships (Select Locations)

  • Position: Sales Consultants (Note: Some dealerships require that you reach and maintain a certain sales quota to qualify for a company car, including the Nissan and Subaru dealers we contacted.)
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply: Visit your local dealership’s website or office to inquire and apply.

Domino’s Pizza (Select Locations)

  • Position: Delivery Driver
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply

The Cleaning Authority (Select Locations)

  • Position: House Cleaner
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply

Cox Communications

  • Position: Universal Home Technician
  • Vehicle type: Van
  • Apply

Dogwalks.com (San Francisco, CA)

  • Position: Group Pack Adventure Specialist (Group Walker)
  • Vehicle type: Van
  • Apply

Edible Arrangements

  • Position: Delivery Ambassador
  • Vehicle type: Van
  • Apply

Floor Coverings International

Ford Motor Company

  • Position: Autonomous Vehicle Operator (Test Driver)
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply

LabCorp

  • Position: Service Representative
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply

Merry Maids

  • Position: In-Home Cleaning Technician
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply

Molly Maid

  • Position: House Cleaner
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply

O’Reilly Auto Parts

  • Position: Parts Delivery
  • Vehicle type: Truck
  • Apply

Orkin

  • Position: Pest Control Technician
  • Vehicle type: Truck or van
  • Apply

Quest Diagnostics

  • Position: Route Service Representative
  • Vehicle type: Car or van
  • Apply

Small Businesses (Select Locations)

  • Position: Varies by business (e.g., florists, pizza places, local pest control, and local maintenance or home inspection services)
  • Vehicle type: Car or van
  • Apply: Visit the small businesses in person or visit its website to apply.

United Parcel Service (UPS)

  • Position: Package Delivery Driver
  • Vehicle type: Cargo van
  • Apply

Note: Our previous research explains whether you need a CDL to drive for UPS and how long it takes to become a UPS driver.

Companies That Provide Take-Home Cars

Some companies provide an unmarked car for business and personal use; others, such as cable companies, have a logo-marked vehicle that you are allowed to take home.

Note that if the company only allows you to use the car for business reasons, the car is not considered taxable income. However, if you are permitted to and do use the car for personal reasons, it becomes taxable.

The following companies give certain employees a vehicle to take home:

Altice USA (including Optimum and Suddenlink)

  • Position: Technician
  • Vehicle type: Van (equipped with tools, but you can take it home)
  • Apply

Aptive Environmental

  • Position: Pest Control Service Technician
  • Vehicle type: Truck (equipped with pest control tools, but you can take it home)
  • Apply

Buildingstars

  • Position: Outside Sales Representative
  • Vehicle type: Choice of company car or car allowance
  • Apply

Charter Spectrum

  • Position: Field Technician
  • Vehicle type: Van (equipped with tools, but you can take it home)
  • Apply

Comcast

  • Position: Cable Installation Technician
  • Vehicle type: Van (equipped with tools, but you can take it home)
  • Apply

Government Agencies

  • Position: Select city employees (typically managerial and utility staff)
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply

Makita U.S.A.

  • Position: Territory Manager
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply

Nielsen

  • Position: Field Representative
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply

Pella

  • Position: Sales Manager
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply

Police Departments

  • Position: Officer
  • Vehicle type: Cars and SUVs
  • Apply: Visit your local police department’s website for application instructions.

POWERHOME Solar

  • Position: Field Energy Sales Consultant
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply

Praxair

  • Position: Outside Sales Territory Manager
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply

Reynolds and Reynolds

  • Position: Field Sales Representative
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply

Small Businesses (Select Locations)

  • Position: Field technicians or executive positions
  • Vehicle type: Car, truck, or van
  • Apply: Visit the specific businesses or its website to apply.

State Agencies

  • Position: This will vary by agency; for example, a state Department of Public Safety Special Agent in the Division of Criminal Investigation receives a take-home vehicle in many states.
  • Vehicle type: Car or SUV
  • Apply: Visit the agency’s website or contact the agency directly to apply.

STERIS

  • Position: Field Service Technicians and Field Representative
  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Apply

WOW!

  • Position: Cable Installation Technician
  • Vehicle type: Van (equipped with tools, but you can take it home)
  • Apply

Companies That Do Not Provide a Car

The following companies hire for positions that require driving but do not provide a car to use at work or a take-home vehicle:

  • DoorDash
  • goPuff
  • Grubhub
  • Instacart
  • Little Caesars
  • Lyft
  • Papa John’s
  • Pizza Hut
  • Postmates
  • Seamless
  • Shipt
  • Uber

Note: While Lyft and Uber do not provide cars, they both offer car rental services for drivers.

If you’re required to use your own vehicle as a delivery driver, our article explains the insurance needs of delivery drivers. Alternatively, if you’re interested in a trucking career, our previous research also details seven companies that offer paid CDL training.