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Generally to qualify for one of these programs you must be 18 years or older, have a valid drivers license, and completely fill out an application.
There are also some restrictions based on which country you reside in, but if you live in United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France or Spain you will have no problems qualifying.
Selection depend on considerations such as driving records, driving habits, location, etc. Most companies require a minimum driving and a clean driving record. That means no violations within past 12 months.
After joining a program, and applying to several of their resources, you can expect to be placed on several waiting lists. Your position in waiting line is determined by your location, and your average daily mileage. For example, if you live in Los Angeles and drive 50 miles every day, or sit on a busy freeway for several hours per day, you will be much more likely to receive a car quicker than a person who lives in a small town and only drives 10 miles per day on rural roads.
If you can commit to driving 800-1,000 miles per month and you live in or near a city of over 100,000 people, you have an excellent chance of getting a free car quickly. And, if you would rather put an advertisement on your own car, more miles you can drive, more you will get paid.
For more information on this great opportunity to drive a free car go to http://www.easyhow-to.com/Get-A-Free-Car.html
Clyde Dennis, a.k.a. "Mr. How-To", is Editor at EASYHow-To Publications and has been contributing articles that help people make their lives better since 1999. At his web site, The "How To" Library, you'll find a collection of the latest How To Articles, Tips and Tools to help you get things done. For more information visit The How To Library @ EASYHow-To.com