Frequently asked questions

mobilads is a rideshare advertising company partnering with drivers from Uber, Lyft, Via and delivery services.


  1. How long is each campaign?

    • The average mobilads campaign lasts 4 weeks. However, there are certain clients that request campaigns of 4, 8, or 12+ weeks

  2.  How will I get paid?

    • Each driver is paid $200 for each 4-weeks of driving for mobilads. The payment options provided by mobilads are as follows: Paypal, Cash App, Venmo and Zelle

  3. What material is the wrap made of? 

    • We use both Avery Dennison and 3M high-quality temporary vinyl

  4. Will the wrap damage my vehicle in any way? 

    • The wraps are made for temporary use, and will not damage your vehicle, as long as you do not have a non-OEM paint job

  5. Who is physically installing the vinyl wrap?

    • Our licensed installers apply the high-quality vinyl wrap to all four doors of your vehicle

  6. What clients have you worked with?

    • mobilads has launched advertising campaigns for Amazon, HIMS, MetroPCS, Boost Mobile, Cargo and INSHUR

  7. How do I sign up for a mobilads campaign?

    • Visit (www.mobilads.co/drivers), provide requested information and a mobilads representative will inform you when we have a new advertising campaign in your city for you to participate in

  8. I have a friend who is interested in mobilads, how do I tell him/her to sign up?

    • Tell him/her to visit (www.mobilads.co/drivers), have them provide requested information, put your name in the “where did you hear about us section”, and a mobilads representative will inform them when we have a new campaign for you to participate in

  9. What is the mobilads referral bonus? 

    • mobilads offers drivers an extra $10 for every driver referred to sign up for a mobilads campaign

  10. Is mobilads approved by the TLC in NYC?

    • Yes, as of November 2018

  11. How does a driver qualify to drive with mobilads?

    • To qualify for mobilads, drivers must: work for an app-based rideshare company, be on the road 40+ hours per week, and operate a vehicle made that is model year 2010 or newer

  12. Do you have any tips for removing my wrap?