About twenty or thirty years ago I drove points for some people as a side line.
couple things you may want to know. First, there is a gravel point and a sand point, spend the extra cash and get the gravel point. Sand points collapse too easily.
Get it to go strait into the ground right from the start, you don't want to snap a pipe coupling, especially when you have some depth.
Ask around about the water table, what depth you should start to get good water, is sulfur or iron a problem, any biological problems to look for.
Remember, after the point is in and you need to get the water tested it is from an existing well, you don't tell them you just put it in. (after all, ifa point is put in it does exist) It's kind of like when a lawyer asks you if you own a watch yes or no, you don't have to tell him what time it is.