To connect entrepreneurs who drive with Uber, we created the Partner Marketplace. The platform is for driver-partners, who run their own companies, to promote their businesses and provide discounts for fellow Uber partners.
Partnering with Uber is as easy as turning the ignition. Sign up to drive with Uber and we’ll fill your tank with a FREE $50 gas card.
Taxis are a Chicago icon that have evolved and grown with the city since the early 20th century. Back in those days, driving taxicabs used to be one of the only ways to get paid for driving. Today, technology expands the ways to earn money from the driver’s seat. For example: Uber is a very popular […]
Every day, Uber driver partners refer their friends to join the Uber platform. To show our thanks to these passionate advocates, we recently held a referral competition, providing raffle tickets for every successful referral.
Today, we’re excited to introduce you to Romy, Chicago’s second Sixth Star Award winner. To thank him for his exceptional work, the Uber Chicago team presented him with an Uber gift package. Read more after the jump.
We’re kicking off a new series called #UberDestination, where we give you a tour of our favorite local gems in Chicago that are all just one Uber ride away.
A couple weeks ago, we caught up with one of our uberX partners, Rolando. We met up at one of his favorite restaurants, El Barco, to learn more about his story and why he loves partnering with Uber. Read more about our conversation after the jump.
Today, Governor Quinn officially signed SB 2774 — the bill designed to give ridesharing a permanent home in Illinois.
Yesterday, the Illinois House and Senate passed SB 2774 – a compromise bill that prioritizes rider safety while preserving transportation choices and economic opportunity for drivers. State legislators acted on behalf of their constituents today – the riders and drivers who use uberX – and the cities and towns that depend on it in Illinois.
Leaders across Illinois have showed their support for rideshare and the need for local municipalities to find the model that fits their citizens best. Mayors in every region of the state and multiple councils of government – collectively representing over 70 municipalities – voice their opposition of HB 4075.