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Getting Started

Interested in becoming a VPSI Vanpool Driver or Alternate Driver? It's easy and we're here to help you every step of the way. Follow the directions below to begin the process:

If you want to coordinate a New Vanpool

  1. An application packet can be found by clicking here.
  2. California applicant's should click here to review the Addendum for California.
  3. Read the Vanpool Driver Criteria included in the packet. If you meet the criteria, continue with the next step. If you have questions about the criteria, please give us a call at 1-800-Van-Ride.
  4. View our short, award winning video “The Vanpool Difference” by clicking here.
  5. Fill out the Volunteer Driver Application on line. Once completed, print and sign the Application.
  6. Print, review and sign the Disclosure of Intent document.
  7. Review the Volunteer Driver Agreement. Do not complete the agreement at this time. An original, completed agreement will be presented to you for signature by VPSI.
  8. Fax or mail your completed Volunteer Driver Application and signed Disclosure of Intent documents to your local Customer Service Center. Simply call 1-800-Van-Ride to get the information for the center nearest you.

If you're a New Alternate Driver

  1. An application packet can be found by clicking here.
  2. California applicant's should click here to review the Addendum for California.
  3. Read the Vanpool Driver Criteria included in the packet. If you meet the criteria, continue with the next step. If you have questions about the criteria, please give us a call at 1-800-Van-Ride.
  4. View our short, award winning video “The Vanpool Difference” by clicking here.
  5. Fill out the Volunteer Driver Application on line. Once completed, print and sign the Application. Be sure to indicate either the van number or the primary Driver’s name of the vanpool for which you are applying to drive.
  6. Print, review and sign the Disclosure of Intent document.
  7. Print, review and sign the Alternate Volunteer Driver Agreement.
  8. Fax or mail your completed Volunteer Driver Application, signed Disclosure of Intent document, and Alternate Volunteer Driver Agreement to your local Customer Service Center. Simply call 1-800-Van-Ride to get the information for the center nearest you.

If you're a New Vanpool Driver and your Employer will be invoiced for your monthly payment

  1. An application packet can be found by clicking here.
  2. California applicant's should click here to review the Addendum for California.
  3. Read the Vanpool Driver Criteria included in the packet. If you meet the criteria, continue with the next step. If you have questions about the criteria, please give us a call at 1-800-Van-Ride.
  4. View our short, award winning video “The Vanpool Difference” by clicking here.
  5. Fill out the Volunteer Driver Application on line. Once completed, print and sign the Application.
  6. Print, review and sign the Disclosure of Intent document.
  7. Review the Volunteer Driver Agreement. Do not complete the agreement at this time. An original, completed agreement will be presented to you for signature by VPSI.
  8. Fax or mail your completed Volunteer Driver Application and signed Disclosure of Intent document to your local Customer Service Center. Simply call 1-800-Van-Ride to get the information for the center nearest you.

If you're an Employer who's interested in supporting vanpooling by paying the Drivers monthly payment (even if part or all of the cost is going to be recovered by charging vanpool fares to the employees riding in the vanpool)

  1. An application packet can be found by clicking here.
  2. California applicant's should click here to review the Addendum for California.
  3. Complete the Three Party Provider Application, print and sign it.
  4. Review the Three Party Volunteer Driver Agreement. Do not complete the agreement at this time. An original, completed agreement will be presented to you for signature by VPSI.
  5. Fax or mail the completed Three Party Provider Application to your local Customer Service Center. Simply call 1-800-Van-Ride to get the information for the center nearest you.

Want to generate interest about specific commute routes and times at your place of employment? Click here to download a flyer that can be edited and posted. New Vanpool Forming


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