With more riders than any other app, Uber is a great way to make money — but first you need your licenses to operate in Tallinn. We've made the signup process quicker and easier than ever. It usually takes up to 7 days to complete the process and get both of your licenses.
You need to get the service provider card which will give you the right to work as a taxi service provider. An applicant for and holder of the service provider card must:
You also need to get the vehicle card which will give you the right to use the vehicle specified in the vehicle card for the provision of taxi services.
Requirements for the vehicle card applicant
NB: If you are using a rental car which already have the vehicle card then you don't need to get an extra licence.
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It certifies the right to work as a taxi service provider. The person applying for the card may be a private person or a legal entity. It is granted for an unspecified term, unless the applicant requests it for a specified term and is held in the national public transport register in a virtual format. The card is issued by the local government and register is public. The state fee for reviewing a card application is 38 euros.
Vehicle card is a document given to the service provider card holder, which certifies the right to use the vehicle specified in the vehicle card for the provision of taxi services. The applicant must be the owner or user of the vehicle for which the vehicle card is applied according to the registration certificate or contract of use of the vehicle (e.g. power of attorney). It is granted for an unspecified term, unless the applicant requests it for a specified term. The card is entered in the register of economic activities in virtual format, the register is public. It is issued by the local government. The state fee for reviewing the card application is 20 euros.
Both of the cards are virtual, which means the driver will not have to keep a physical card in the vehicle of anywhere else. Cards can be applied for in the local government (e.g. Tallinn City Government) or electronically in the Register of Economic Activities webpage. Cards are issued within 7 business days of application. Look for the step by step instruction over here.
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