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Disqualifying offences

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Under NSW law, a person cannot be a ridesharing driver in NSW if the person has been found guilty of a ‘disqualifying offence’ - as defined by section 24 of the Point to Point Transport (Taxis and Hire Vehicles) Regulation 2017. Common disqualifying offences include (but are not limited to):

  • Driving under the influence of alcohol - middle or high range
  • High range speeding (e.g. more than 45km/h over the speed limit)
  • Driving while a licence is suspended or disqualified
  • Racing offences
  • Certain assault or property offences

For the full list of disqualifying offences, please see section 24 of the Point to Point Transport (Taxis and Hire Vehicles) Regulation 2017.

Please note:

  • Some convictions may be ‘spent’ and are no longer considered a ‘disqualifying offence’ due to a certain time period passing (for example, 10 years for most offences)
  • Under section 32 of the Point to Point Transport (Taxis and Hire Vehicles) Act 2016, an offence may still qualify as a disqualifying offence even if the court did not record a conviction

If you are unsure whether you have a disqualifying offence on your record, please reach out to Uber Support or visit an Uber Greenlight Hub.

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