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Uber is a fantastic way to work for yourself and earn money.  Even if you don’t own a vehicle, the majority of people are eligible to drive for Uber. This article contains relevant and essential information if you plan to drive to Lagos or Abuja.

Uber

Do you want to be your boss and earn decent money, or do you want to supplement your income by driving for a few hours a week? If so, Uber could be the best option for you. Even if you have a full-time job, you can become an Uber driver to supplement your income you can drive on drive full-time basis too. It all depends on your preference but bear in mind that the more you drive, the more money you make. To begin, you’ll need a car and a smartphone with the ability to connect with paying passengers. The beautiful thing about an e-hailing job is that it gives you the chance to be your boss; you can even become a driver without owning a car. To begin, every Uber driver in Nigeria must be at least 18 years old and have some legitimate documentation, a valid driver’s license, and driving experience. In this post, we will walk you through the Uber driver registration process in Nigeria. 

Uber Driver Registration

To become an Uber driver in Nigeria and start earning money on your terms, make sure you have the following :

  • A valid Nigerian driver’s license is required.
  •  You must be at least 21 years old.
  • You should have gone through a safety check.
  • A taxpayer identity number ensures that you comply with all local and national requirements.
  • Your photo must be in passport format and cannot be the same as the photo on your driver’s license.

Required vehicle documents

  • A vehicle inspection report is required.
  •  Vehicle insurance is required.
  • A valid Hackney permit and a certificate of roadworthiness

Uber Vehicle requirement 

  • A model from the year 2000 or later
  • Automobile with four doors
  • Excellent condition with no cosmetic flaws
  • A car stereo that works
  • No full-size vehicles or trucks are permitted.
  •  Taxi cabs, government vehicles, or other identifiable vehicles are not accepted.
  • Vehicles that have been salvaged or rebuilt are not permitted.

Required Paperwork

  • Inspection report on the vehicle
  • Vehicle Insurance
  • Certificate of roadworthiness
  • A valid Hackney permission is required.

How to Begin Your Uber Registration

1. Go to https://www.uber.com/ng/en/s/e/join/ and sign up. Tell Uber a little more about yourself, and they’ll get you going.

2. Upload your documents. You’ll need to upload the following documents:

  • Valid Nigerian driver’s license
  • LASRAA card
  • Valid LASDRI card (Lagos only)
  • Minimum of 21 years of age
  • Driver profile photo
  • Safety screening and virtual info session

3. Get a vehicle. Make sure your vehicle is in good operating and physical condition to match our requirements in Nigeria.

4. Make your account active.

Congratulations if you’ve accomplished all of the stages above! You’re all set to activate your account and earn money. Please note that Uber charges a 25% fee, while drivers receive a 75% commission, but it deducts a little more from their earnings. This is because ridesharing firms charge additional costs, resulting in a higher percentage of the cut.

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