Skip to main content
Uber

Tell us your location

Please enter your nearest city name to help us display the correct information for your area

Select your language

Driver requirements

How to drive with Uber

Make money driving people around your city. Sign up now to get more information about driving in your city.

Three ways to earn

Driver cum owner

A driver cum owner drives a vehicle that he or she owns. Requirements vary by city, but there are a few minimum requirements:

  • Driving License
  • Vehicle Registration
  • Vehicle Insurance
  • Vehicle Permit

Driver under partner

A driver under partner drives a vehicle owned by a non-driving partner. The following document is required of a driver under partner:

  • Driving License

Non-driving partner

A non-driving partner or fleet partner is someone who does not drive on the Uber platform but owns vehicle(s) and manages at least one driver. Becoming a non-driving partner requires:

  • Driving License or Photo ID
  • Vehicle Insurance
  • Vehicle Registration
  • Vehicle Permit

Hit the road

It's easy to get started

1

Sign up online

Tell us about yourself and your car, if you have one. If you don’t, we’ll help you get one.

2

Share some documents

We’ll need a copy of the required documents mentioned above. It is also necessary to have a commercial car. In case you have any question, come to our Greenlight hub or access the link below.

3

Activate your account

Bring your car to a local Greenlight hub. Requirements vary by city, so sign up to see more information.

More information

Local vehicle requirements

In addition to the minimum requirements above, each city has its own regulations for vehicles.

Local Document Details

Be your own boss

Sign up to drive