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Exigences relatives aux véhicules
Votre voiture remplit-elle les conditions d'Uber ? C'est le cas de la plupart des voitures 4 portes, mais les exigences varient selon le type de véhicules.
To drive with Uber in Calgary, your vehicle must meet these minimum requirements:
- 4-door vehicle with independently opening doors
- 5 seatbelts
- 10 years or newer
- No salvaged or rebuilt vehicles
- No commercial branding
- No rental vehicles
- Pass a vehicle inspection
You must have a Class 1-55 Vehicle Registration to drive with Uber. Learn more here.
Please note: Class 1-55 Vehicle Registration does not provide Uber driver-partners with the same privileges as a taxi.
Alberta has approved an insurance policy from Intact Insurance designed specifically for ridesharing partners. You can see our policy here. All partners are also required to maintain a personal insurance policy. We recommend you speak with your provider to discuss ride sharing. For a ride-share friendly insurance quote, please visit www.uber.aon.ca.
Your name must be visible on the insurance pink slip. If you’re the secondary driver, you must show proof of the policy document with your name on it.
Vehicle options in Calgary
The most popular vehicle option for riders.
Vehicle's model year must be 10 years or newer to qualify to drive with UberX in Calgary. View our list of popular models, but others may qualify.
Seat extra passengers—and earn higher fares—with your high-capacity vehicle.
Vehicle's model year must be 10 years or newer. Most SUVs qualify to drive with UberXL. See our list of popular models, but others may qualify.
Mid-tier luxury sedans and 5-star service command higher fares.
Vehicle's model year must be 8 years or newer. See our list of eligible vehicle models, but in rare circumstances other models may qualify.
Under local regulations for Calgary, all partners must display an Uber decal on their vehicle while online. Place one on your front passenger windshield facing outward. You can remove it when you decide to go offline and save it for the next time. Pro tip: keep the paper it comes with to place your sticker on when not in use.
Visit the Greenlight Hub to pick up your Uber sticker.