In this post am going to show you how to become an Uber driver in Kenya. Average Uber drivers in Kenya make almost Ksh 50,000/ month and sometimes even more.
So if you own a car and want to make that extra box, then you can register in uber as a driver in Kenya. In just a moment am going to show you how to do that. But first thing first;
Documents required to Register as an Uber Driver.
- ID card
- PSV driving license
- Safety screening (Nairobi and Mombasa)
- Complete a Certification session
- Profile photo
Please note that to become an uber driver in Kenya you must be at least 24 years old and above. So without further ado, lets jump in and look at how you can register in uber as a driver in Kenya.
1. Sign up online to become a driver. To sign up all you need is an email address and the documents I mentioned above.
2. Fill in all the required information and upload your documents.
3. Make sure that your car is in good shape and meets all the vehicle requirements.
4. Activate your account and start making money.
Uber Kenya Contacts
If you’re a driver looking to get in touch, please dial 0800-724-786.
Riders can access the support line by dialing 0800-724-787.
Contact our security line
If you feel unsafe or in a difficult situation and need immediate security help, we have a security company available 24/7.
Uber Nairobi Contact
You can contact the Security unit on: +254733700500
uberChapChap support, please contact: +254733641146
Uber Mombasa Contact
You can contact the Security unit on: +254 733 636 80 or +254 733 700 501