Free Comprehensive Rideshare Training For Uber and Lyft Drivers
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Get Started in Two Easy Steps...
STEP 1: Register a Free Account
To view your training course options, all you have to do is create a free account.
STEP 2: Select a Course
Once you have created an account you can take any of the available free courses. It’s that simple.
“I am honored to say that I went through Ridester’s training course on its launch day and it was one of the best decisions I have made in my rideshare career. Thank you for such an innovative training program for drivers.”
-Steve, Full-Time Uber Driver
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, every rideshare training course you see on this site is completely free to drivers. There’s no catch. Simply sign up for a free account, then opt in to take a course. It’s really that easy, and yes, completely free.
We believe that rideshare drivers should have access to affordable training options, and this is our way of giving back to the community of Uber and Lyft drivers. Drivers have enough expenses to deal with as it is, so this is one less expense they’ll have to worry about.
A: We pride ourselves on offering the most diverse and comprehensive rideshare driver training course on the market. By enrolling in our training course, you’ll gain industry insight that’s not widely available on blogs, forums, or in official Uber and Lyft training videos.
We strongly believe that after going through our training courses, you’ll become an expert driver!
Sam Choi, an expert rideshare driver from Minneapolis, created these courses. As part of our ongoing efforts to improve the rideshare experience for both riders and drivers, we acquired the content and have turned it into what it is today.
The courses we currently offer cover the two biggest players in the rideshare industry, Uber and Lyft. While the courses focus specifically on these two companies, many of the concepts from these courses can be applied to other on-demand services.
We have a passion for ridesharing, and have incorporated pretty much everything we know into these courses. While we can’t guarantee that going through a course will improve ratings and income, we’ve seen results by using the strategies outlined in these videos, and strongly believe that our strategies can work for you too.
Getting started with your rideshare training is easy, and only take a few minutes.
- Register for a free account.
- Select the course you’d like to take. Once registered, the free courses are readily available to you.
- If you’d like to take more than one, simply sign in to your account, navigate to the course of choice, then enroll by clicking/tapping the green “enroll” button above the course topics list.
We provide support to our students enrolled in a driver training course. Whether it’s account help or a random question, we’ll help you as best we can. If you have a question or comment, submit a request through our Help Form, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
We plan to!
Currently, we only offer the courses that you see on our site, developed by Sam. However, our team is in the process of developing another course of our own, and hope to release it sometime in the near future.
We’ll send out updates to our email list along the way.
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