WHAT CAN A DRIVER EXPECT?

Rather than sitting and showing your ride at a traditional car show, you’ll be driving passengers for a 25 minute trip showing the town. You’ll share some stories and give them a cool experience. RodRides will organize the event, bookings based on your schedule, and payment.

Driver Payments: For fundraising for our affilated nonprofit programs, RodRides donates 100% of the proceeds to the cause. For rides where the driver keeps the fare, they get 70% of the fare.

Requirements:

All vehicles must be registered with the state, insured, and street legal.

We have a passenger code of conduct and terms and conditions to protect our drivers. Our goal is to make this an event that is fun for everyone, all while benefiting the Girl with Grit Program.

Outside of your name and vehicle, your registration information will remain confidential.

You can cancel your registration anytime.

 

Still have questions?

Drivers Registered with RodRides

1931 Model A Ford Tudor

From owner Mike Coyne: "Julius Nietenhoefer from Kerrville, Texas Restored this car several years ago for one of his customers It was stored in a climate controlled building. After a few years he decided to sell it because he was afraid to drive it having only put 255...

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2009 Porsche Cayman S

My childhood dream was to own a Porsche, and luckily I was able to make that happen last year, Car is fast and fun and the first thing I did was a 3700 mile road trip.1 Adult Passenger can ride Seat Belts  Street Legal Registered Insured Rides in this vehicle are...

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1950 Ford F-1

I had always dreamed of someday owning a vintage Ford pickup truck. After listening to speaker, Tony Robbins tapes one day, I decided to write down exactly the truck that I wanted to the detail. That was in 2011. I am a director at the AgriCultural Museum in Boerne...

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1957 International Harvester, S-100

I am the third owner of this truck. It was purchased from a gentlemen in Bonham Texas, who purchased this vehicle from the original owner. This truck was originally purchased at the International Harvester dealership in Bryan, Tx back in 1957. 2 Passengers can ride...

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1922 Model T

Any idea how many high school kids you can get in/on a Model A Coupe? 13,,,, My T went to college with me and chugged up and down the hills at SWTSU in San Marcos.  A couple of us drove it to Austin one afternoon and harassed the hippies on 6th St and UT campus. One...

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1964 Chevrolet Corvair

I've had this little car for about 4 years ... picked it up in Massachusetts ... got her running in North Carolina before driving her back home via a few extra states 🙂 She's pretty much my daily driver ... even though she leaks all kinds of oil (typical of Corvairs)...

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