Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about Richwood Transport LLC in Wisconsin by reading our list of FAQs. We look forward to working with you.

How Do I Apply?

Click the Become A Driver tab to fill out the application to become one of our partners.

How Much Can a Driver Make a Day?

  • Drivers are paid per mile, or per patient or product they transport. These amounts are set and paid on the shortest distance, but since you are paid per patient you can make double, triple, or more the mileage amount when trips are going in the same direction. Please note that some trips have additional passengers traveling along that don’t add additional pay.
  • Drivers can build a route for themselves over time based on recurring trips (trips that go the same time multiple times a week, usually able to travel with other similar trips multiplying your mileage pay).
  • This helps balance out a higher weekly average on top of the other trips that might be different day to day.
  • We can’t guarantee a daily or weekly average, but most drivers average over $200 a day. With bonuses and a great recurring route this average can become higher.

What Kind of Insurance Do I Need?

When you become a partner with Richwood Transport LLC you are offered the use of our company insurance. This covers the liability while you are doing a trip.

Since we have been in business long enough and have had many miles driven with minimal incidents, our insurance is offered as an all-time low. It is charged per loaded mile driven and deducted from the driver's weekly settlement.

Please note this insurance doesn’t cover the vehicle. There are companies that do offer commercial insurance with the limits we are required to carry, and you are more than welcome to shop around once you have become approved to drive with us.

We can tell you the correct information you will need to provide us with the proper insurance. As an independent contractor, you will also be offered the ability to purchase accident insurance. This is similar to workers compensation but offered to self-employed people.

As a Driver Do I Get a Company Car to Drive?

Our drivers are all contractors and they do drive their own state-approved vehicles. We do offer lease-to-own vehicles for our special services like wheelchairs and stretcher vans.

How Do I Know If I Qualify to Drive?

The requirements are set by the Health Services Department in your state. Click the Become A Driver tab to see the complete list of requirements.

There will also be a set of credentials that vary per state passed through from the Health Services Department. Most of these include First Aid/CPR, various quizzes, drug test, and defensive driving course.

You will also be required to provide an Employer Identification Number (EIN), also known as a Federal Tax Identification Number. We will send you a link to obtain one; it is free and takes just a few minutes.

How Do I Schedule a Ride With Your Company?

If you are a patient needing a ride to a medical appointment, you will have to contact your insurance company to see if you qualify to ride with us and, if so, learn who to call to schedule the ride. If you have a package that you need to be delivered, please send an email to [email protected] and we will contact you to schedule the pickup.

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