Working as a PCO driver has become a lucrative and reliable career for many driving professionals.
Uber drivers can make a large amount of money when working during busy periods such as holidays and weekends. Despite the hours being antisocial, it is a great opportunity to drive various clients to their destination, some of which may become long-term customers and rely on your services regularly.
The more hours you work, the more cash you are likely to earn which gives you a sense of control over your job and the earnings you can expect.
On that note, you can personalise the hours you work to match your schedule and lifestyle. As a PCO car hire driver, you decide where to work, how long you work, and when you choose to work. This is ideal if you have family commitments and need a flexible work routine to be there for those you care about.
Furthermore, PCO car drivers have a steady supply of work where they can’t be fired or made redundant. Plus, driving services are crucial in large cities where people want to get from one place to another in a fast and efficient manner. Notwithstanding, even if you are based in a small town there are always people who require a lift to get to work or other destinations.
How To Become A PCO Driver
To become a PCO driver there is a list of requirements you need to meet to get your PCO licence.
For a start, you need to be at least 21 years old and have held a UK licence for three years or more. You also need to have a valid DBS check to ensure you don’t have a criminal background.
Besides completing a medical examination, a topographical skills assessment test, and an English language test to be fully eligible.
Then, to hire a PCO car you need crucial documents like a driver’s licence, proof of address, and national insurance number.
If you are interested in becoming a PCO driver, call us on 020 8123 4857 for more information. We will be happy to explain the benefits of becoming a PCO car hire driver in further detail.