Can someone on ssi drive a school bus part-time?
I have thought about doing this to build up some extra cash... I love driving diesel vehicles too... Maybe a relief driver or part-time... Any help would greatly be appreciated thk u
- JetDocLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
MOST school bus drivers are part-time jobs, as they only work a couple of hours in the morning and a couple more in the afternoon. Don't know what your work or earnings limits are on SSI, but you can talk to the bus company about a driving job.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Sure, up to 80 hrs/month. And if your disability does not affect your driving.
REF: On SSDI, I can still work some and receive equity loans and Pell Grants without losing it. Took a CDL class, No mention that
SSI or SSDI " automatically disqualifies"
- Anonymous2 months ago
You need to have passed the CDL in the U.S. or Professional Driver Class 2 in Canada...which means you got to do the written again and the practical road exam (meaning you got to score a bus you can "Borrow"for the road test. Not all buses are diesel. School buses are not. Driving is driving(diesel or a gas pot).
. With UBER coming in as competition to the TAXI industry, many of those drivers will upgrade their license to drive a bigger vehicle(bus or truck). They got years of experience driving.
What do you have? Be honest with yourself.
Am thinking to start applying for Xmas wrapping jobs should start now. Guys can wrap just as good as anyone else. It is extra cash and could be part time right now...and go to "NUTSO" the closer you get to the season.
Practice at home using old newspapers and old boxes of various shapes. The cost? A couple rolls of tape and watching a YOUTUBE video on the fastest way to wrap. So less than $5.00? So long as you don't have thick stubby fingers, you can do this. Don't need ribbon...or use the same ribbon over and over again.
- SimplytheFACTSLv 72 months ago
you need a CDL license to drive a bus. It is not likely you would be approved if you are so disabled that you get SSI.
you need physical AND mental skills to pass the exam and be professional on the job...dealing with unruly kids is difficult.
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- The MikelLv 72 months ago
Yes, A Clue is the word "Supplemental", which means not Primary.
Have a talk with the Social Security Clerk.
Supplemental Security Income
Anyone who is: ✓aged (age 65 or older); or✓ disabled.And, ✓ limited income; ✓ has limited resources;✓ U.S. citizen or national, or in one of certain categories of aliens
- regeruggedLv 72 months ago
No. If you earn money, you lose benefits.
- GoergeLv 72 months ago
Each case is handled differently. There are some receiving SSI but if they return to work they could lose their benefits. Others can work up to 20 hours per week. It really depends on your specific case. A call to the SSA would be my first stop.
- TedExLv 72 months ago
CAN YOU Pass he physical exam???>