With an estimated 3.5 million Uber drivers on the road as of 2023, there’s never been a more popular time to get into ridesharing.
If you live in a busy city, you could potentially make a full-time living from your driving gig. At the very least, it can be a lucrative side hustle.
Uber drivers need to be ready to go, which is what you’ll be prepared to do after you finish reading.
Discover how to drive for Uber, including how to prepare your vehicle, choose orders, and stay safe on the road.
Learn how to drive for Uber, step-by-step. We’ll cover how to sign up, the process of driving, and how to give a ride, as well as tips for success.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which Is the Best Rideshare Service, Uber or Lyft?
This comes down to personal preference. Neither Uber nor Lyft pays its drivers hourly, so you’ll have to set your schedule to earn money, especially a full-time income. Lyft pays slightly more, but services like Uber Black are bridging the gap.
How Can I Deliver with Uber Eats?
It’s easy! Open the Uber driving app, scroll to the map screen, and access the status bar. Next, go to “Settings and Driving Preferences,” then “Deliveries.” Turn on Uber Eats there.
Do I Have to Send in Another Application to Deliver with Uber Eats?
No, you don’t. New drivers accepted by Uber can turn on Uber Eats access to start delivering food.