Looking To Make Money On Your Own Time? Learn How To Drive Rideshare

If you need supplementary income fast you might want to take a look at driving for a rideshare company. Companies such as Uber and Lyft also offer full-time positions for drivers looking to make a career as a rideshare driver. Requirements for Uber and Lyft are similar, but some differences exist between the two companies.

Rental programs also exist for people who do not own their own vehicle or simply choose to not use it for business purposes. Read ahead for a comprehensive guide about becoming a rideshare driver today.

Overview of Uber Driver Requirements
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Driving for Uber creates an opportunity to earn a solid living in a flexible work environment. The first step to taking advantage of this opportunity is to research Uber driver requirements. These requirements might vary from city to city or state to state, so it is vital to check with local Uber offices for the requirements where you live.

Still, Uber requirements are broken down into three overall categories. The first step when learning how to become an Uber driver is to research these categories and understand the basics to make sure the job is a good fit for your lifestyle and needs.

Uber driver age requirements vary in each city where Uber operates. To find out if you qualify based on your age it is necessary to contact an Uber office near you by phone or consult Uber’s website’s FAQ page for the Uber age requirement in your city or state.

Age requirements vary because driving laws also vary in each U.S. state and Uber is required to comply with these laws and regulations. If you are twenty-two years of age or younger, you are required to have a minimum of three years driving experience before submitting an application for Uber and pursuing the job.

Certain documents are required when you apply for Uber driver positions. You must have a valid state-issued U.S. driver’s license. Proof of valid automobile insurance is also required, although Uber provides additional insurance coverage for its employees as necessary in each state. Proof of residence is also required. Uber only hires drivers who live in or near the cities where they work.

When you apply for Uber you are required to submit all necessary documents as stated directly above. Uber screens all potential drivers by conducting a criminal background check. Driver screening is one of, if not the most important part of the Uber application process. A criminal background check reveals any criminal history you might have, be it minor or major. 

When your background check comes back clean you will then need to submit a profile photo. The photo must be a new (current) and original picture – not a copy or duplicate image of your passport or another identification photo.

Are you convinced Lyft is the best company to drive for? Next, learn how you can make that a reality. 

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