Uber Greenlight Spots
Locations and hours in Ontario
We have Greenlight Spot locations across Ontario. Come and see what it's like to drive with Uber. Our team will answer any questions you have and assist you with setting up an account.
Please note that Greenlight Spot hours may be affected by the holidays.
Learn more about Uber
Visit an Uber Greenlight Spot to learn more about driving with Uber. Our team will be there to answer all of your questions and help you get road ready.
We can't wait to see you there!
What to bring
Please bring your documents in order to complete your account:
|Driver's licence||Must be 21+ years of age. Must be a full G license or equivalent (G1 and G2 not accepted).|
|Proof of work eligibility||Canadian passports, birth certificates, citizenship cards, residency cards and work permits. Cannot be expired.|
|Vehicle insurance||Your name must be visible on the vehicle insurance pink slip. If you're a secondary driver, include a photo of the full policy document with your name on it.|
|Vehicle registration||Both sides of the registration are required. Vehicle must be 2010 or newer. Must have 4 doors. Cannot be rebuilt or salvaged. You are not required to own the vehicle.|
|Safety Standards Certificate (SSC)||All vehicles must pass a safety inspection and receive a Safety Standards Certificate (SSC). You can complete a vehicle inspection at any mechanic licensed by the Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO). The inspection must have been completed with the last year. Valid for 1 year. This is not a requirement for Uber Eats delivery.|
To deliver with Uber Eats in the Greater Toronto Area with a vehicle, you must meet these minimum requirements:
- Be 21+ years of age
- Model year must be 1998 or newer
- 2-door or 4-door vehicle
- No commercial branding
- Vehicle inspection not required
To deliver with Uber Eats in the Greater Toronto Area with a bicycle, you must meet these minimum requirements:
- Be 18+ years of age
- Photo ID: Birth certificate, Citizenship card, Passport, Residency card, or Work permit
- If your document does not have a photo, a second piece of ID will be required: Driver’s Licence, Canadian Citizenship Card, International Student Card, Passport, Permanent Resident Card, Health Card, etc.