Uber is now in the NYC Suburbs.
- Uber is now in the NYC suburbs – drive and earn with your own car and a regular driver’s license. Soon, you’ll be able to earn in Long Island, Westchester, and more, anytime, day or night.
When Uber arrives, there will be a huge amount of people who need rides, and a great opportunity to earn extra money whenever you need it.
What do you need to get started?
- 4-door vehicle
- Valid driver’s license
- At least 21 years old
- Vehicle registration and insurance
Interested in driving in NYC?
- Give your earning serious potential with Uber’s new Fast Lane program – get a TLC license so you can drive in NYC’s five Boroughs. From a commercial license to a car, it’s the easiest way to start driving and earning with Uber.
*This opportunity is for an independent contractor. Any stated earnings, based on driving 40 hours a week, are based on median local earnings. All earnings quoted are in fares and based on actual partner earnings data. Actual earnings may vary depending on time of day, location and other factors.
*Restrictions on driving: You may drop off riders within New York City if the trip starts outside of New York City. You will not receive requests for rides within New York City.
Driving with Uber is perfect for a those looking for seasonal work, temporary work, part time work, part-time work or for those looking for a flexible earning opportunity. Hours are completely flexible, you can work on your schedule. No previous experience as a transportation driver, truck driver, taxi driver, courier driver or delivery driver is necessary. You can create your own schedule. No previous experience as a transportation driver, truck driver, taxi driver, courier driver or delivery driver is necessary. We welcome those who have driven with other gig economy platforms such as Seamless, Grubhub, Eat24, Munchery, Saucey, Drizly, Google Express, AmazonFresh, Lyft, Favor, Caviar, Uber, UberX, Sidecar, Sprig, Instacart, Rinse, Shyp, Washio, Luxe, Zirx, Postmates, DoorDash, Farm Hill, Rinse, Deliv, Amazon Prime, and Eaze. Our driving partners come from all backgrounds and industries ranging from traditional driving and transportation industries to more customer service and creative industries. If you are an account manager, accountant, accounting, actor, actress, admin, administrative, administrative, artist, assistant, barista, bus boy, busboy, busboy, busser, cabbie, cab driver, cab-driver, chauffeur, professional cleaner, cleaners, clerical, coffee, college student, construction, contractor, contract worker, courier, customer service, customer service agent, cyclist, data entry, data-entry, delivery driver, designer, drivers, education, entry level, entry-level, expo, finance, food runner, food-runner, foodrunner, freelancer, freelance worker, full time, full-time, gig economy user, health care, healthcare, host, hostess, hosts, human resources, human-resources, independent contractor, intern, interns, IT, limo driver, maid, maintenance, management, manager, manufacturing, marketing, messenger, musician, network marketing, nurse, office, on-demand driver, part time, part-time, private hire driver, receptionist, receptionists, restaurant, retail, retail associate, sales, sales person, salesperson, seasonal worker, server, servers, summer job seeker, teacher, teachers, temp, valet, valets, waiter, waiters, waitresses, warehouse, writer, worker, who is looking for a flexible part time or seasonal job, you should try driving with Uber, UberX, or UberBLACK to supplement your income!