To ensure you stay safe and compliant on the road, we need to make sure all of our valued driver-partners stay informed on local regulatory requirements. Please take the time to read and understand your obligations under these regulations.
State regulations require you to display a sign or sticker that shows you are passenger transport vehicle.
To help with this, we provide a removable Uber sticker to be displayed on your vehicle whenever you’re online. If the sticker is not properly displayed, or if it’s not visible while you’re driving with the Uber app (day or night), you could be issued with a fine by local authorities.
All notifiable occurrences (incidents) must be reported to Uber.
What counts as a notifiable occurrence? It’s any mechanical failures, accidents or injuries that have occurred during your ride, or situations where ambulance or Police are involved. This includes incidents that occur when a rider is in the vehicle, when you’re on your way to pick up a rider or when you have just dropped off a passenger. We may then report any notifiable occurrence to your local transit authority.
A vehicle inspection must be obtained every year, regardless of vehicle age and regular maintenance must be carried out to specific standards.
You can find out more info about inspection requirements, including how to get a vehicle inspection, via our Inspections webpage.
Uber must be notified of any changes to your circumstances.
All rideshare drivers must abide by specific safety standards.
You need to be aware of the specific offences relating to passenger service.
You need to be aware of your specific obligations when it comes to using a camera in your vehicle (e.g. ‘dash cams’).