Why drive with us
Set your own hours
You decide when and how often you drive.
Get paid fast
Choose when you get paid. Plus, easily view your daily, weekly and last-trip earnings at a glance.
Get support at every turn
If you need help, you can contact our support team 24/7.
Earn on your schedule
Drive when it suits you - fit your trips around what matters most.
Safety on the road
Have peace of mind wherever you go.
Tell your loved ones where you are. Keep your contact details confidential. Get help at the tap of a button.
Help if you need it
From emergency assistance to 24/7 support, the app is designed with your safety in mind.
An inclusive community
We're a community of millions of people who share community guidelines and depend on one another to do the right thing.
Top questions from drivers
To sign up to drive, you need to be at least 21 years old, have the right to work in Australia and hold a valid full driver’s licence in the state or territory you plan to drive in. Requirements may vary by state - see further requirements and information on the Requirements page. If you don’t have access to a car, vehicle rental options are available in many Australian cities.
There are a few steps to the Uber signup process. First, sign up to drive online. Next, you’ll need to upload your supporting documents, and obtain rideshare licensing as required by your state's transport authority. You’ll also need to pass a background check and, depending on where you plan to drive, complete a vehicle inspection. Requirements vary depending on where you plan to drive - visit the requirements page to learn more.
Signing up, including the rideshare licence application process, takes between 1 week and 3 months, depending on your local regulations.
The Uber Driver app is free to download and signing up to drive is free. To meet ridesharing requirements in your city, there may be costs involved, such as paying for a rideshare licence and vehicle inspection. For more information on what you need to get started, visit the requirements page.
If you want to drive with Uber but need a car, third-party vehicle providers may be able to provide suitable options. Please note that availability varies by city. Visit the Marketplace to learn more.
Yes, driver-partners are covered by a contingent liability policy that works with their personal compulsory third party (CTP) injury cover to provide protection for all UberX, Select, UberXL and Assist trips. This ensures that every trip is insured and that riders and other road users are protected if there is an accident.
Online support is available 24/7. Phone support is also available during select hours. If you encounter an incident with a rider, tap ‘help’ in the app to reach out to our support team.
Certain requirements and features vary by country, region, and city.