Other minimum rules apply to specific vehicle options.
All vehicles driving with Uber must be covered by at least third party property damage car insurance. To drive with UberX, you also need to be listed on the car’s insurance policy, even if you are not its owner or the main policyholder.
Please note that third party property damage won't cover every eventuality and might not be suitable for everyone's personal circumstance. You should speak to your insurer, broker, advisor or agent to determine the appropriate insurance coverage for you, including whether you require commercial insurance cover.
Most newer cars qualify to drive with UberX, the most popular vehicle option for riders - an everyday ride at an affordable price.
The following vehicles cannot use the UberX app
This option is designed for riders living with disability, older adults, or those who need an extra hand when getting from place to place. Assist vehicles can accommodate folding wheelchairs, walkers, and collapsible scooters. You’ll also need to complete a free training course provided by Be Accessible.
Uber Eats is a food delivery app that allows people to order food from their favourite local restaurants at the tap of a button. You can deliver with Uber Eats using your car, scooter or even your bicycle.
There are 4 ways to deliver with Uber Eats:
With a bike:
With a scooter/motorcycle:
With a moped (less than 50cc):
With a car:
Uber Comfort is a ride option for driver-partners who have completed over 500 trips, maintained a rating of 4.85 or above, and drive an eligible vehicle manufactured in 2013 or later.