With the launch of Uber in Pakistan, a lot more means of transportation for people have opened up. Not only has the launch of the international taxi service given people another alternative to service like Careem, they have also inadvertently forced other such companies to step up their game as well. It is thanks to this competition that the social stigma of driving people around for just a bit of extra cash isn’t really looked down upon in our society anymore. I personally don’t know what has changed but people certainly don’t look weirdly at you if you tell them that you drive an Uber in your free time for some extra cash compared to the looks they would had given if you were to say I drive a taxi to make ends meet. In any case, if you’re looking to join the Uber force, we have detailed the entire process out for you in quick easy steps.
- Get a valid driver’s license and a car
- Fill out the form over at Uber.Rozee.pk or Uber’s Partners website. Yes, the registration process is completely online.
- Keep checking your e-mail and provided phone number for a call from Uber.
- When the call comes, verify your account details and submit the additional documents the company requires to do a thorough background check.
- Whenever you feel like working, just get in your car, turn on the app and accept any incoming trip requests that popup. Remember, Uber offers a 24/7 helpline so even if you aren’t the most tech savvy guy/girl out there, you can still make due by getting assistance from their staff.
- Either follow the directions on Uber’s map or take your own route to pick up the customer and drop them off at the desired destination.
- Check your account ever week for the automatic deposition of fares from the customers you dropped delivered by Uber. Remember the better your rating, the more money you will make, so be polite and courteous to all of your customers!
That’s about it, as long as your user ratings are high not only will you get priority access to more customers but it will also help boost up the money you make. Oh and if that wasn’t enough, since Uber’s infrastructure is more and less like that of a freelancing company, you get to be your own boss and make your own timetable and choose when to work and when not to.