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Are you interested in driving for Uber?
Have you already signed up to drive and don’t know where to start?
Don’t worry; we understand that the process can be overwhelming, and there’s a lot to learn. That’s why we’re launching a mini series that walks drivers through the basics of driving for Uber.
This series includes some basic information needed to get started, as well as some advanced tips and tricks to increase income.
Module 1 – Applying to Drive
This module will walk you through the process of applying to drive for Uber.
Module 2 – How Uber Works
This module will teach you the basics of how the Uber Partner (driver) app works.
- The Uber Partner App
- Pickups and Dropoffs: How Does Uber Work?
- Uber Driver Pay: Deposits, Payments, and More
- Uber Driver Taxes
- Everything that You Need to Know About Rideshare Insurance
Module 3 – Getting Started
This module will teach you the tools and skills necessary for getting out on the road and completing your first ride with Uber.
- First Uber Ride: What to Expect
- What to do in an Accident
Module 4 – Tips & Tricks
This module will cover driving best practices as well as teach you a few tips and tricks that will help increase efficiency and maximize earnings.
We will be updating this guide as we release new posts. If there’s something you’d like us to cover, let us know and we’ll add it.
Brett Helling is the owner of Ridester.com. He has been a rideshare driver since early 2012, having completed hundreds of trips for companies including Uber, Lyft, and Postmates. In 2014 he acquired Ridester.com to share his experiences with other drivers. His insights are regularly quoted by publications such as Forbes, Vice, CNBC, and more. He is currently working on a book about working in the Gig Economy, expanding his skill set beyond the rideshare niche. Read more about Brett here.