Business drivers can be paid for driving with Google’s business drivers program, according to a Google spokesperson.
This comes in the wake of the company’s recent announcement that it would be starting a paid business driver program.
Google has also been experimenting with paid driver programs in the past.
“Driving with Google is a great way to make money and has helped us expand our driver programs to more business leaders, who often have to work on their own time,” a Google Business Driver spokesperson told The Verge.
“We are always looking for ways to help business leaders and their teams make a more informed decision about where to spend their time.”
Google Business Driver will be rolling out to business drivers in the next few weeks, according a Google representative.
Business drivers will earn $10 per hour when they are on their way to and from work, as well as $1.75 per hour after they arrive.
The program will be limited to drivers who are not working for Google or Google Plus.
Google has been experimenting and expanding its business drivers offering for the past year, starting with a pilot program in the Bay Area.
It’s now in its second year.
Google says it will add more drivers to its driver program in 2018.
Business drivers, however, will be the first to be paid in real-time via Google Pay.
The Google Pay app is currently available on the App Store and Google Play.