Making money with your time and vehicle in 2020 is no longer complicated. In recent years, the gig economy has seen a massive increase in the amount of delivery apps for drivers.
Thankfully, Uber Eats has stepped in to offer drivers a way to earn by delivering on their platform. Now you can make money by delivering food orders that people crave using the Uber Eats app—all while exploring your city.
Getting started is very simple, and the application process is streamlined for easy onboarding. If you meet the requirements outlined below, give the service a try.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much can you make with Uber Eats in a week?
The amount of income that an Uber Eats driver makes is heavily influenced by the amount of hours worked, and when they are worked. It is common sense, but in times of heavy demand, drivers have reported earning much more than when working during off hours.
Maintain a high degree of communication, especially when communicating with restaurants and customers
Ensure food order is complete and correct, to the customer’s specifications outlined in the order details
Safely transport the items from restaurant to customer location
Deliver complete order to customer, ensuring quality upon delivery remains consistent as when picked up
Meet the minimum age to drive in your city, have a 2‑door or 4‑door car that is 20 years old or newer, have a valid driver’s license, registration, and vehicle insurance, and have at least one year of driving experience
Be at least 19 years old. Have a motorized scooter under 50cc that is 20 years old or newer. Have a valid driver’s license, registration, and vehicle insurance. When signing up, be sure to choose Deliver with a Scooter under transportation method
Be at least 18 years old and have a government‑issued ID. When signing up, be sure to choose Deliver with a Bike under transportation method
Uber Eats is offering new drivers sign-on bonuses in many cities around the country. To learn about these promotions and how much could be available in your city, check out our Guide to Uber Eats Bonuses