Opportunity is everywhere
Make the most of your time on the road on the platform with the largest network of active riders.
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
- Can I drive with Uber in my city?
- What are the requirements to drive with Uber?
To sign up to drive, you need to be at least 21 years old, have the right to work in New Zealand, and have held a full New Zealand driver’s licence for at least 12 months. For more information on the signup process, visit the Get Started page. Vehicle rental options are available in some cities if you do not have access to a vehicle. Get started ❯
- Is Uber safe?
Your safety matters to us. Uber has a Global Safety Team dedicated to doing our part to help prevent incidents. Learn more about the safety features in the app, as well as safeguards such as GPS tracking and phone anonymisation, by visiting the link below.
- Do I need my own car?
If you want to drive with Uber, third-party vehicle providers give you options to start driving and earning even if you don't have a car. Explore the Uber Marketplace to see what's available. Please note that vehicle options may vary by city.
- Are trips insured?
Yes, if an accident or injury occurs on an UberX or Uber Assist trip anywhere in New Zealand, the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) provides coverage, regardless of fault. What's more, Uber also provides driver-partners with contingent liability coverage that works with your personal car insurance policy to help ensure that other road users are protected in the event of an accident.
Certain requirements and features vary by country, region and city.