Drive for Uber in Arizona

Drive for Uber in Arizona

If you’re tired of your 9-to-5 or struggling to find a job that fits around you, have you considered driving for Uber?

The advantage of flexible shifts and driving to your schedule can be a great way of earning money. 

Do you live in Arizona? If you want to be an Uber driver in Arizona, we have all the information you need to know. 

Do I Need A Livery Permit?

 As an individual driver, you’ll need to operate under a Vehicle-for-Hire permit. If you don’t have one, head over to the Arizona DOT website to start a new application.

Once signed up to Uber you will need to display a decal in your windscreen while you’re online and taking rides. 

You can remove this when you’re offline and not working. Uber will mail the decal to you once you’ve passed their sign-up process.

What Are the Benefits of Being an Uber Driver in Arizona?

You’ll join thousands of Uber drivers globally who get paid to drive, including Arizona Uber drivers. Uber’s driver network includes people from multiple backgrounds and ethnicities all making their job work for them. 

Flexible hours means you can pick when you’d like to work. Choose days, nights, or the occasional weekend. You can drive full-time or part-time. Driving for Uber gives you the freedom to work whenever you choose.

You don’t need previous professional driving experience to drive for Uber in Arizona. As long as you meet the minimum driver requirements and your vehicle meets Uber’s minimum standards, you can start earning.

What Do I Need to Drive for Uber in AZ?

First, you must meet the minimum age to drive in Arizona, which is 18 for an unrestricted license. 

You must have at least 1 year’s driving experience, or 3 years if you’re under 25, and you’ll have to clear a background check.

You must also have an eligible 4-door vehicle. 

You’ll also need the correct insurance coverage. INSHUR can help.

What Documents Do I Need to Drive for Uber?

Most importantly you’ll need your driver’s license, vehicle for hire permit, and proof of insurance.

You’ll need to supply Uber with proof of address in your city, state or province. Check with Uber which documents they require, but usually, a utility bill or bank statement showing your address will suffice.

You’ll also need to provide proof of insurance. Uber insurance covers third-party only, meaning you’re not covered if you’re at fault in the event of an accident.

Make sure you’re fully covered with Uber and livery insurance from INSHUR.

Get a free quote now. Simple, easy and 100% online. 

What is the Uber Sign-Up Process?

Signing up to drive with Uber is easy, and you’ll join thousands of drivers across the globe already signed up and earning on the road.

You need to submit a photo – either passport style or a photo clearly showing your head and shoulders, with good lighting if you can!

Uber also require you to provide information for a background check, and they’ll check the eligibility of your vehicle. 

Getting coverage with INSHUR means we can handle a lot of this for you. We’ll upload your documents for you via Instadoc so you can get covered faster.

Can I Work Other Jobs Alongside Uber?

Yes you can. Uber doesn’t set any restrictions on where else you can work whilst you drive for Uber.

Uber recognises that many drivers have other occupations, and there are no rules as to how many jobs you can have alongside Uber. 

If your vehicle is less than 20 years old, you may qualify to deliver for Uber Eats, which is another fantastic way to make money. 

You can check Uber vehicle requirements here

What Type of Insurance Do I Need to Drive for Uber in Arizona?

If you plan to use your own vehicle to drive for Uber, you’ll need to make sure you have the correct insurance.

You will need to purchase a policy in addition to your personal auto insurance. Our Gold policy is fully comprehensive, meanwhile, our Silver policy covers you for liability only.

Save money by purchasing an annual policy in full for the year ahead.

Or spread the cost with a 25% deposit and 10 equal monthly payments. As an additional benefit, there are no extra instalment fees for Uber drivers.

Click here to find out more and to get your quote. 

Where Can I Learn More?

With INSHUR, you can quote, buy, manage and renew your policy in one place. 

You can speak to our Driver Support team, who are happy to help you in either Spanish or English. 

Monday to Friday: 9.00am – 5.00pm (Eastern Time)

Call us on +1 (866) 446-7487

Email us at [email protected]

You can also chat to us within our app.

Click here to find out more and to get your quote.

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