Did you know that you can earn as much as P2,000 to P3,000 per day as an Uber Partner?
Considered as one of the booming businesses in the Philippines, becoming an Uber Partner has emerged as a viable business venture in recent times. In fact, the average gross income for Uber Partners in Metro Manila is around P48,000 to P72,000 per month, according to Uber Driver’s blog.
If you wish to try your luck as an Uberpreneur, follow these 7 easy steps.
1. Make a Partner Profile.
To create a partner profile, go to Uber Manila Sign-up Page and select the city you wish to drive in. Choose the vehicle type (UberX or UberBlack) as well as the Uber Partner type. You will be listed as a partner-driver if you will drive your own registered vehcile, while you will be classified as a partner-operator if you have hired driver/s.
2. Provide your banking details.
In your dashboard, click on the “Banking” menu. Ensure that the name you register is the exact name of the bank account you’re enrolling. The name of the Uber partner and the name on the registered bank account does not need to be the name.
3. Provide the details of your driver.
You should provide the details of your driver such as his or her name, contact number, email address, username and password. You may add several drivers including yourself. Other requirements include professional driver’s license, official receipt, NBI clearance as well as PNP clearance.
4. Enroll your vehicle.
To enroll your vehicle, click on “Add vehicle” and put details of your vehicle such as model, year, make, color of interior and exterior. You also need to upload proof of vehicle registration (LTO Registration/ ORCR/ Sales Invoice), proof of insurance (comprehensive or TPL), and four pictures of your vehicle (Front External View (License/CS visible), Rear External View (License/CS visible), Inside View Dashboard Console and Inside View Backseat. See to it the documents are valid and not expired.
Tip: The name on the Proof of Registration has to be the same with the name on Proof of Insurance.
5. Attend driver orientation and onboarding.
Once you’ve uploaded all the requirements above, you or your driver/s must attend a driver orientation and on-boarding at any of Uber Office. Bring your professional driver’s license and a second ID which you will leave at the reception. Only those who will be driving will be required to attend.
After attending the orientation, Uber will conduct a background check and the results will be revealed via email after 7 business days.
6. Issuance of Uber device
You will be eligible to claim the Uber device once you have an active driver and vehicle assigned to your account. Drivers and vehicles can share devices as drivers can simply login to their individual driver accounts and choose the appropriate vehicle upon login. The number of devices which will be issued to you will be based on the number of active drivers and active vehicles registered to your account, whichever is lower. Your Uber device can be rent Uber device or bring-your-own device. You may also book a device pickup online or pick-up your device directly from Uber offices.
7. Get accreditation from LTFRB.
After successfully registering as an Uber Partner, have it accredited by the LTFRB.