Each driver should be over the age of 21, and if a potential operator is under the age of 23, the individual must have driven consistently for more than three years. Once you have created an account, you can allow Uber's software to automatically evaluate your driving record, and typically, the company prefers operators whose driving records contain less than eight points.
A driver can provide a copy of the automobile's registration, and the car must be registered in the operator's state. You should also offer a copy of your insurance card, yet Uber's insurance plan covers costs that are related to collisions, property damage, medical care and personal injuries. Usually, the company's insurance policy provides deductibles of $1,000.
In most geographic regions, Uber only accepts drivers with vehicles that were manufactured after 2005; however, some analyses have indicated that the company will soon approve automobiles that were produced between 2001 and 2005 in cities that contain large quantities of customers. If the car is involved in a collision, Uber may opt to evaluate the vehicle once it has been repaired.
If you meet all the requirements just sign up as an Uber driver and start making extra money today.