Many parents would love to let their children participate in after-school
activities such as ballet or soccer, but their own work schedules just
do not allow it, and they don't want to always be relying on other moms
to carpool when they cannot reciprocate. That is where a carpool service
You can zip their children to and from various activities for them. You
can charge on a per-trip basis, per day, or per child. You can offer discounts
for each subsequent child in the same family. Marketing this business
is easy after you have your first few clients - word will spread like
wildfire. You can also advertise on community boards, and be sure to let
local schools know about the service as well. You might also let your
local Boy Scouts, swimming clubs, etc know, because it will increase their
membership if you are able to drive someone there.
Check with your insurer to be sure that your vehicle insurance will cover
your occupants in the event of an accident. Because it is technically
a business, you don't want to discover that your insurance won't cover
you after the fact.