Cars! As an Uber and Lyft driver, your vehicle is your biggest asset, your office, and at the end of the day, your ride home.
Driving the right car can make your ride fares higher, keep your fuel and maintenance costs low, and make your job a lot more enjoyable.
In the collection of posts below, you’ll learn:
- Which cars qualify for Uber and Lyft
- How to access an affordable car if you don’t already have one
- How to handle all of the vehicle-related challenges you’ll face as a driver
Vehicle Requirements for Uber, Lyft & delivery apps
Find out what kind of cars qualify for Uber and Lyft.
- Uber Vehicle Requirements: Can You Drive for Uber with Your Car?
- Lyft Vehicle Requirements
- Vehicle Requirements for Delivery Services
How to rent a far for gig apps
There are many options available if you need a car for Uber, Lyft, and delivery apps. Many drivers choose rentals through Uber and Lyft, or through third-party rental services.
How to apply to drive when you don’t have a car
If you don’t currently have access to a qualifying car, you can still apply to drive.
Both Uber and Lyft require that you complete a vehicle inspection. Learn what the inspections cover, how to pass, and what to do if you don’t pass the first time.
Track your miles to lower your tax bill
Did you know that the miles you drive while you work for rideshare and delivery apps are tax deductible?
The standard mileage deduction can significantly reduce your tax bill, but only if you properly track your miles.
Fortunately, there are tons of free mileage tracking apps that can help you track every deductible mile.
Helpful gear to use while you’re driving
Every driver needs a good phone mount, chargers, and accessories. Here are the best.