COVID-19 update: The health and safety of everybody who uses Uber is always our priority. We encourage all drivers to do their part to help flatten the curve and stay home when possible–especially if you’re feeling sick. We remind drivers that Greenlight Hubs remain closed and a number of third-party services are not available. Account activation may be delayed as a result.
1. Sign up online
Tell us a little about yourself and your car by creating a driver profile.
2. Minimum vehicle requirements
Your vehicle must meet the requirements to drive with Uber in Saskatoon. Check if your vehicle is qualified.
Note: Under local regulations for Saskatoon, all driver-partners must display an Uber decal on their vehicle while online.
3. Share your documents
Take photos of the following documents and upload them to your account:
- Drivers licence
- Certificate of Registration
- Proof of work eligibility
- Mechanical Safety Inspection Certificate with a Light Vehicle Inspection
- Criminal Records Check with the Vulnerable Sector
4. Safety screenings
You must pass two safety screenings to drive with Uber:
- Driver Abstract
- Criminal Records Check + Vulnerable Sector Check
Find out how to receive your Driver Abstract online and how to complete your Criminal Records check with the Saskatoon Police.
5. Vehicle inspection
To be eligible to drive with Uber, your vehicle must pass a Light Vehicle Inspection by an approved mechanic. Upon passing, you’ll receive a Mechanical Safety Inspection Certificate with a Light Vehicle Inspection.
Once you receive your certificate, upload the certificate to your Uber account.
Why you'll love driving
1. Set your own schedule
You can drive with Uber anytime, day or night, 365 days a year. When you drive is always up to you, so it never gets in the way of the important things in your life.
2. Make more at every turn
Trip fares start with a base amount, then increase with time and distance. And when there are more people needing rides than normal, drivers make more.
3. Meet new people and learn about your city
You'll meet and have conversations with people from all walks of life. From long-time residents to first-time tourists, families, small business owners, and more.
You'll also become an expert on Saskatoon and discover new places to show your friends and family.