Yes you have to drive your own car, very few companies provide a vehicle except to a few full time sales or delivery reps. I have worked for several companies and part timers and even full time merchandisers do not get company cars. Nobody pays mileage to drive to first stop or home from last stop, that is normal commute time under the law. There are federal regulations regarding when and how much is to be paid for job required mileage.
Yes.I hvae own car
Yes and no milage
They say you have to have your own car but I know a few people who rely on their husband/wife/girlfriend/boyfriend to take them to work and pick them up. If I remember correctly I had to send them a photo copy of my valid driver license. So if you don't have a valid license you are probably out of luck. And if your question is pertaining to a company vehicle...the answer is NO.
Yes you have to have reliable transportation and a valid license. Also, they DONT PAY MILEAGE, UNLESS ITS AFTER 20 MILES AND ITS THE 2ND,3RD, 4TH ETC STORE! AND ITS BARELY ANYTHING AT ALL! maybe a few dollars at best! Its a joke! Most other merchandising companies pay you mileage, regardless. I would seriously think really hard about even accepting a job from them!
Yes but they do however pay milege..which is a big plus.
Answered - Merchandiser (Former Employee) - Texas
Yes I did.
Answered - Merchandiser (Former Employee) - Cadillac, MI
Yes, you have to drive your own vehicle. Going to the 1st assignment of the day, you get no mileage for the 1st 30 miles & coming home from the last assignment of the day, you get paid nothing for the last 30 miles. If by chance you get any middle mileage (which is rare) You get paid 20cents a mile. It's definitely setup so they benefit & you & your vehicle get screwed!!!!
Yes drove my own car but was paid mileage
Answered - Merchandiser (part-time) (Former Employee) - Myrtle Beach, SC
Yes, I didn't have a car at the time of employment so I carpooled with my partner.
Answered - Merchandiser (Former Employee) - Douglas, GA