Make sure you've signed up for an Uber partner account. You must be at least 21 years of age.
Your vehicle must meet the requirements to drive with Uber in Edmonton. Check if your vehicle is qualified.
All partners on the Uber platform in Edmonton are required to carry a valid Class 1, 2, or 4 licence. Already have one? Read on.
Head to any Alberta registry and get a Class 1-55 Vehicle Registration. Then, upload clear photos of your driver's licence, proof of work eligibility (i.e. birth certificate, passport, permanent residency card, etc), new vehicle registration, and insurance to your profile.
Head to any Alberta registry and get a 3-year driver abstract. Once you receive your abstract, head over to the Edmonton Greenlight Hub with your abstract to complete your background screening.
Visit us at the Greenlight Hub (10180 105st NW) to complete an EPS background screen. All partners must have a clean criminal record to drive with Uber.
External background screening results are not accepted.
Bring a three-year driver's abstract (less than 30 days old), your driver's licence (temporary licences are not accepted at this time), and one secondary piece of ID. The secondary piece of ID include the following:
Your vehicle must pass a vehicle inspection by a licensed mechanic. Once completed, upload the form to your profile. After you're approved to drive, keep the form in your vehicle at all times or you could risk heavy fines!
Once you’re approved to drive with Uber, download the partner app to get started.
While you are online driving with Uber, make sure you display your two Uber stickers at all times on your windshield to avoid any fines.
Come to the Greenlight Hub location to pick up your two Uber stickers.
The first step is to create an Uber account. It only takes a minute to sign up, and you can do it online. We’ll email you more information once you’re set up.
We’ll explain the process in detail and answer any questions you have. You’ll work one-on-one with an Uber Expert to complete a background screen and upload any documents to your profile.
Schedule any licensing medical exams, knowledge tests, or road tests, and complete a vehicle inspection. Remember—we’re here to guide you every step of the way.
Interested in driving with Uber but don't have a Class 4 licence yet? Learn more about the process and how to get started.