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Why drive with Uber
Set your own hours
You decide when and how often you drive.
Get paid fast
Choose how and when you want to cash out.
Get support at every turn
If you have questions, you can reach us anytime.
Earn on your terms
Earn anytime, anywhere
Fit driving around what matters most. Drive at any time and on any day of the week.
Here’s what you need to use the Driver app
- Meet the minimum age to drive in your city
- Have at least one year of driving experience
- Clear a background check
- Valid driver's license
- Proof of residency in your city, state, or province
- Insurance if you plan to drive your own car
- Submit documents and photo
- Provide information for a background check
- Find out if your car is eligible, or get a car
Protection on every trip
Each trip you take with the Uber app is insured to protect you and your rider.
Help if you need it
The Emergency Button calls 911. The app displays your trip details so you can quickly share them with authorities.
Frequently asked questions
You must meet the minimum age to drive in your city, have an eligible mode of transportation, and submit required documents, including a valid driver’s license. Drivers in the US must also pass a background screening and have at least one year of licensed driving experience.
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 anonymization, by visiting the link below.
If you want to drive with Uber but need a car, you can get a car from one of our vehicle partners or from a fleet partner in select markets. Please note that vehicle options may vary by city.
Certain requirements and features vary by country, region, and city.
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