Uber is a great way to be your own boss and earn extra cash. Most folks are eligible to drive on the Uber platform—here’s what you need to know.
A driver cum owner drives a vehicle that he or she owns. Requirements vary by city, but there are a few minimum requirements:
A driver under partner drives a vehicle owned by a non-driving partner. The following document is required of a driver under 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:
Tell us about yourself and your car, if you have one. If you don’t, we’ll help you get one.
Submit a copy of your driver's license and some information for a screening. You can also sign your agreements online and add a vehicle to your account.
Bring your car to a local activation center, or partner with a transport company and drive using their vehicles. Requirements vary by city, so sign up to see more information.
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