While the two apps function fairly similarly once you’re on either platform, the Gett driver and Juno driver sign-up processes are actually quite different.
In this section, we’ll give you an overview of both sign-up processes, so you can easily complete them yourself.
Signing Up as a Gett Driver
If you’re interested in signing up for Gett, you’ll be required to have a taxi cab that meets your city’s requirements, as well as a bank account so you can get paid.
For some markets, like London, Gett only allows black taxis.
Once you’re sure you meet these requirements, fill out the appropriate sign-up form for your location:
Once received and reviewed, a representative will contact you with additional steps or to invite you to a welcome session.
Signing Up as a Juno Driver
While Juno is currently not accepting new drivers until further notice, you are welcome to join the waitlist for New York City and New Jersey by completing this sign-up form with your email, phone number, city, and preferred password.
It appears that you can even sign up for additional cities across the United States, though it’s unclear if these markets will ever launch.
Because Juno boasts the best drivers, one special requirement of note is that you must have a great rating on another major rideshare platform to qualify.
All Juno drivers must have completed 100 rides with an average 4.65 rating on the Uber app, or a 4.7 rating on the Lyft app.
As with other rideshare platforms, Juno requires all drivers to have a valid U.S. driver’s license, vehicle registration, and a bank account.
New Jersey drivers must have proof of personal auto insurance and pass a background check, while NYC drivers must have their TLC license, TLC inspection report, and liability insurance.
If selected from the waitlist, a representative will set up an in-person meeting with you, wher