We’ll Bet $500 You’ll Like Driving with Uber
There’s never been a better time to drive with Uber. With ever-increasing demand, greater trips per hour, and new cities launching every day, drivers on Uber make more money than with any other ridesharing platform or taxi company. Period. We’re so confident in that fact, we’re giving new partners from other ridesharing platforms $500 just to try us out.
The numbers are simple: A fully utilized vehicle on uberX can gross up to $100,000 a year.
This month, we’re rolling out incentives and referral programs to prove it to every driver who joins Uber. For drivers currently on another ridesharing platform, we’re offering new partners $500 after they do just one trip on uberX. For drivers already partnering with Uber, you can earn $500 just for referring someone new from another ridesharing platform.
We’re making a long-term investment in our platform and our partners. Put simply, more drivers help keep Uber the reliable, affordable, convenient platform riders know and love. And with powerful earnings potential, record incentives, expanded insurance coverage for ridesharing, and innovative partnerships like our vehicle financing program, we’re excited to help hundreds of thousands of new entrepreneurs—our partners—build their own small businesses with Uber.
A typical ride: you request, have small talk with your driver, and safely get where you need to go. For Jonathan, a driver-partner in California, his rides are anything but ordinary — he wants his passengers to have fun and turned each trip into a dance party — and now the latest viral video. We caught up with the man in front of the cam to learn more about what inspired him to create this feel-good video.
A new report conducted in partnership with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) reveals that when empowered with more transportation options like Uber, people are making better choices that save lives.
New technologies are creating opportunities no one could have imagined. To understand Uber’s place in that trend, we commissioned a survey of our driver-partners and put together a comprehensive analysis.