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Uploading your documents

To drive using the Driver app, you are required to upload certain documents to get your account set up. Refer to the information below when uploading each document.

Required documents

  • 1. Driver's licence

    • 18+ year old
    • Nova Scotia Class 1, 2 or 4
    • 3 years of driving experience

      A driver's licence is required to deliver with Uber Eats if using a car, but not if delivering using a bike.

  • 2. Proof of work eligibility

    Proof of work options include any of the following:

    • Passport
    • Residency card
    • Birth certificate
    • Citizenship card
    • Work permit

    If delivering by bike, the proof of work serves as your photo ID. If your proof of work does not contain a photo, please include a separate photo ID in the same picture.

  • 3. Nova Scotia vehicle permit

    • Vehicle must be 9 years old or newer
    • Vehicle must be registered in Nova Scotia
    • Must be valid and not expired

      Vehicle registration is required to deliver with Uber Eats if using a car, but not if delivering using a bike.

  • 4. Nova Scotia motor vehicle liability insurance card (pink slip)

    • Insurance should be in your name (if not, you must include documentation listing you as secondary or occasional driver)
    • Must be valid and not expired

      Vehicle insurance is required to deliver with Uber Eats if using a car, but not if delivering using a bike.

      If you're using a vehicle to deliver, you need to contact your insurance broker to determine whether you need to make any changes to your automobile insurance in order to deliver with Uber Eats.

      It is your responsibility to have appropriate insurance coverage in place.

  • 5. Nova Scotia Driver Abstract

    • Requested through RMV Customer Services Centres
    • Type 2: Client use
    • Must be uploaded within 30 days after issued
  • 6. Vulnerable Sector Check

    • Requested through MyBackCheck.com
    • Must include Vulnerable Sector Check results
    • Must be uploaded within 30 days after issued
  • 7. Child Abuse Check

    • Requested from the office of Community Services
    • Given that it takes 10 business days to process since the day it was received, it is advised that drivers drop off the request form in the office to avoid delays due to mailing: Department of Community Services (3rd floor - 5675 Spring Garden Rd, Halifax)
    • Must be uploaded within 30 days after issued
  • 8. Vehicle Inspection

    • Inspection must be less than 12 months old
    • Completed at any authorized mechanic in Nova Scotia
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