New Jersey Compliance
Information for driver-partners
Are you familiar with the laws and regulations in New Jersey that apply to Uber driver-partners? Being aware of these rules can help you avoid citations and fines, while also providing a smoother experience for you and your riders.
You can always consult the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission with any questions you have about the law, but to help get you started we’ve put together a guide where you can get information about some of the key laws and regulations that apply to New Jersey drivers.
Display trade dress
If you are logged into the Uber app, you must display your trade dress on your front passenger-side window. Don’t have trade dress? You can get one by doing any of the following:
- Pick up one at an Uber Greenlight Hub
- Print one at home
- Have one shipped to your home by completing this form
Drivers who no longer drive on the Uber platform should return their trade dress to Uber. Please return your trade dress by mailing it or dropping it off at a Greenlight Hub.
Your motor vehicle must meet all applicable inspection requirements and you must maintain a valid inspection certificate of approval for the vehicle if state law requires such a certificate.
Proof of insurance
You must carry proof of your personal insurance with you in your vehicle at all times. If you are involved in an accident or pulled over by law enforcement, you may also need to show proof of the Rasier policy Certificate of Liability insurance.
You can find that information in your app under:
Account > Waybill > Certificate of Insurance
Uber is committed to providing safe and reliable transportation for everyone. Find out more about our efforts to make transportation more accessible to people with disabilities.
Uber and its affiliates seek to ensure that safe, reliable, and high-quality transportation options are available to everyone. Uber and its affiliates therefore prohibit discrimination again riders or drivers based on race, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, sex, marital status, gender identity, age or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal or state law. Such discrimination includes, but is not limited to, refusing to provide or accept services based on any of these characteristics.
Any rider or driver found to have violated this prohibition will lose access to the Uber platform.
Inform us of any changes
New Jersey Transportation Network Company rules require that you report any new arrests, charges, or convictions to Uber. If you believe that you have information to report, please provide your full name, email address, and phone number, and we will contact you to follow up.