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Quality Improvement Classes

We've partnered with a third party provider offering a Quality Course to help drivers like you increase their ratings. The class is available online and in-person in San Francisco.

Dignity Health + GoHealth

We've partnered with Dignity Health + GoHealth Urgent Care, one of the nation's fastest growing urgent care groups, to offer you and your family access to health and wellness care services that fit into your life.

Get $0 out-of-pocket flu shots for you and your family at any Dignity Health + GoHealth Urgent Care location, while supplies last.

You can go to any center and show your Driver app, driver's license, and insurance card if you have one. You'll also be able to sign up for convenient health and wellness services.

California business licensing for drivers

Drivers operating on the Driver app may be required by local governments to obtain a business license (or related local business tax liabilities) and pay associated fees. Failure to do so may result in penalties and citations.

Uber is providing notice to TNC drivers pursuant to this new state law but cannot advise on the applicability of local laws. Drivers only need to obtain a single license (or related tax liability) in their home city, and only if:

  • They have operated on the Uber platform for more than 30 days in the preceding year
  • Their municipality requires one for independent contractors

Pursuant to this new law, cities cannot enforce penalties for non-compliance with local licensing requirements prior to January 1, 2018.

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