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See How To Register As An Uber Partner In Lagos Or Abuja by MrsFixNaija(f): 6:51pm On Nov 03, 2016
What is Uber?

Uber is a technologically-driven taxi company which helps customers hail comfortable taxis from anywhere, using an app. The customer downloads the Uber app on his/her phone and when a taxi is required, just pushes a button to request one. Using a special algorithm, the app then matches the customer to the nearest pre-verified taxi and provides a fare estimate. The app also automatically charges the customers registered card and the driver also gets paid directly into his bank account weekly, so no cash ever needs to be exchanged. After the ride, the customer receives a fare breakdown by e-mail like this below:



How people make money through Uber

Uber provides just the software to connect drivers with riders, and so the company doesn’t own any vehicles. This is where partnership comes in. People make money on the Uber platform by driving their cars themselves and picking up Uber customers, or putting a fleet of cars on the Uber network and hiring drivers to drive them. The easiest and most affordable way to do it is to drive for yourself on Uber.

It is a great earning opportunity as you as a driver are self-employed and as such,you have complete control overwhat hours you work. You can adjust your availability to suit you, and the company only sends you customers during your available hours. There is also no need to haggle prices with customers as fare prices are determined bythe app, and are automatically calculated based on the distance and time. Uber takes a 20% commission and credits your bank account at the end of each week or month with your earnings. One driver confirmed guaranteed bookings of a minimum of 7 jobs each day, but an actual outcome of about 14 jobs by the end of the day. Assuming an average fare of ₦1,500 per ride, this translates to ₦100,800 per week (after commissions) for a driver working 6 days a week. While this is a “guesstimate”, the driver I spoke to reported earnings of about ₦110,000 weekly after commissions. He reported a monthly net income of between ₦240,000 and ₦260,000 after paying approximately ₦112,000 monthly for petrol and ₦60,000 monthly for insurance and maintenance expenses. Obviously,non-owner drivers should expect a lower net income after car rental/leasing costs.

Update August 2016: The earnings reported below were reported around October 2015 with one of the first set of partners. A net profit of ₦100,000 to ₦200,000 is more realistic around now)


How do I register as an Uber partner in Lagos or Abuja?

You can register on the Uber network as:

a.) A driver with no access to a vehicle

b.) A vehicle owner who wants to drive

c.) A vehicle owner planning to employ someone to drive

If you are registering with a vehicle as c or b, you will need a scanned copy of the following documents:

A 2006 or newer car in very good condition, which Uber will require that you bring in for an inspection.
Your drivers license (for ID purposes)
Your third-party vehicle insurance certificate
Your vehicle inspection clearance papers (Book a test here)

You will then need to register online as a partner using this link, and then select what category you fall into.

Culled from www.nairaideas.com

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Re: See How To Register As An Uber Partner In Lagos Or Abuja by mrsage(m): 8:08pm On Nov 03, 2016
Nice 1. Keep it up.

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Re: See How To Register As An Uber Partner In Lagos Or Abuja by naijacutee(f): 12:05pm On May 17, 2017
This is ridiculous, @MrsFixNaija

Why have you stolen this article from Mrpepe.com, (written November 2015)?

Original article: http://www.mrpepe.com/startups/how-to-make-₦250000-a-month-driving-uber-taxis/

You have copied it word for word, and not even changed anything or given credit to the original writer!

This is plagiarism.

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Re: See How To Register As An Uber Partner In Lagos Or Abuja by omoba007(m): 11:58pm On Oct 26, 2017
MrsFixNaija:
What is Uber?

Uber is a technologically-driven taxi company which helps customers hail comfortable taxis from anywhere, using an app. The customer downloads the Uber app on his/her phone and when a taxi is required, just pushes a button to request one. Using a special algorithm, the app then matches the customer to the nearest pre-verified taxi and provides a fare estimate. The app also automatically charges the customers registered card and the driver also gets paid directly into his bank account weekly, so no cash ever needs to be exchanged. After the ride, the customer receives a fare breakdown by e-mail like this below:



How people make money through Uber

Uber provides just the software to connect drivers with riders, and so the company doesn’t own any vehicles. This is where partnership comes in. People make money on the Uber platform by driving their cars themselves and picking up Uber customers, or putting a fleet of cars on the Uber network and hiring drivers to drive them. The easiest and most affordable way to do it is to drive for yourself on Uber.

It is a great earning opportunity as you as a driver are self-employed and as such,you have complete control overwhat hours you work. You can adjust your availability to suit you, and the company only sends you customers during your available hours. There is also no need to haggle prices with customers as fare prices are determined bythe app, and are automatically calculated based on the distance and time. Uber takes a 20% commission and credits your bank account at the end of each week or month with your earnings. One driver confirmed guaranteed bookings of a minimum of 7 jobs each day, but an actual outcome of about 14 jobs by the end of the day. Assuming an average fare of ₦1,500 per ride, this translates to ₦100,800 per week (after commissions) for a driver working 6 days a week. While this is a “guesstimate”, the driver I spoke to reported earnings of about ₦110,000 weekly after commissions. He reported a monthly net income of between ₦240,000 and ₦260,000 after paying approximately ₦112,000 monthly for petrol and ₦60,000 monthly for insurance and maintenance expenses. Obviously,non-owner drivers should expect a lower net income after car rental/leasing costs.

Update August 2016: The earnings reported below were reported around October 2015 with one of the first set of partners. A net profit of ₦100,000 to ₦200,000 is more realistic around now)


How do I register as an Uber partner in Lagos or Abuja?

You can register on the Uber network as:

a.) A driver with no access to a vehicle

b.) A vehicle owner who wants to drive

c.) A vehicle owner planning to employ someone to drive

If you are registering with a vehicle as c or b, you will need a scanned copy of the following documents:

A 2006 or newer car in very good condition, which Uber will require that you bring in for an inspection.
Your drivers license (for ID purposes)
Your third-party vehicle insurance certificate
Your vehicle inspection clearance papers (Book a test here)

You will then need to register online as a partner using this link, and then select what category you fall into.

Culled from www.nairaideas.com

What if you are registering as Option A, what are the scanned copy document needed?
Re: See How To Register As An Uber Partner In Lagos Or Abuja by businessMODE(m): 11:42pm On Nov 30, 2017
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Re: See How To Register As An Uber Partner In Lagos Or Abuja by Konquest(m): 8:15am On Feb 11
MrsFixNaija:
What is Uber?

Uber is a technologically-driven taxi company which helps customers hail comfortable taxis from anywhere, using an app. The customer downloads the Uber app on his/her phone and when a taxi is required, just pushes a button to request one. Using a special algorithm, the app then matches the customer to the nearest pre-verified taxi and provides a fare estimate. The app also automatically charges the customers registered card and the driver also gets paid directly into his bank account weekly, so no cash ever needs to be exchanged. After the ride, the customer receives a fare breakdown by e-mail like this below:



How people make money through Uber

Uber provides just the software to connect drivers with riders, and so the company doesn’t own any vehicles. This is where partnership comes in. People make money on the Uber platform by driving their cars themselves and picking up Uber customers, or putting a fleet of cars on the Uber network and hiring drivers to drive them. The easiest and most affordable way to do it is to drive for yourself on Uber.

It is a great earning opportunity as you as a driver are self-employed and as such,you have complete control overwhat hours you work. You can adjust your availability to suit you, and the company only sends you customers during your available hours. There is also no need to haggle prices with customers as fare prices are determined bythe app, and are automatically calculated based on the distance and time. Uber takes a 20% commission and credits your bank account at the end of each week or month with your earnings. One driver confirmed guaranteed bookings of a minimum of 7 jobs each day, but an actual outcome of about 14 jobs by the end of the day. Assuming an average fare of ₦1,500 per ride, this translates to ₦100,800 per week (after commissions) for a driver working 6 days a week. While this is a “guesstimate”, the driver I spoke to reported earnings of about ₦110,000 weekly after commissions. He reported a monthly net income of between ₦240,000 and ₦260,000 after paying approximately ₦112,000 monthly for petrol and ₦60,000 monthly for insurance and maintenance expenses. Obviously,non-owner drivers should expect a lower net income after car rental/leasing costs.

Update August 2016: The earnings reported below were reported around October 2015 with one of the first set of partners. A net profit of ₦100,000 to ₦200,000 is more realistic around now)


How do I register as an Uber partner in Lagos or Abuja?

You can register on the Uber network as:

a.) A driver with no access to a vehicle

b.) A vehicle owner who wants to drive

c.) A vehicle owner planning to employ someone to drive

If you are registering with a vehicle as c or b, you will need a scanned copy of the following documents:

A 2006 or newer car in very good condition, which Uber will require that you bring in for an inspection.
Your drivers license (for ID purposes)
Your third-party vehicle insurance certificate
Your vehicle inspection clearance papers (Book a test here)

You will then need to register online as a partner using this link, and then select what category you fall into.

Culled from www.nairaideas.com
Re: See How To Register As An Uber Partner In Lagos Or Abuja by taxiappguy: 4:52am On Jun 11
Available resources for protecting your Uber business:

1.Guide to Uber 2.0 : The 2nd edition book for Partners and Drivers who want to learn how to register and make money with Uber. The book contains all you need to know.

2.Partner-Driver rental agreement template : A rental agreement template that lays out relationship between car owner and renter.
This document protects both parties.

3. Partner-Driver hire purchase agreement template : A hire purchase agreement template that lays out relationship between Car Owner and hirer.
This document protects both parties.

4.Guarantor form : A guarantor form to provide your driver with for verifying his/her guarantor.


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Re: See How To Register As An Uber Partner In Lagos Or Abuja by propaco: 6:48am On Aug 08
Question for Discussion:

Looking at the continual promo of Taxify on making 120k per week, in your own opinion and as a Partner/Driver, do you think it's possible to earn 120,000 in one week on both

Join us on this discussion at http://t.me/prouberandtaxify

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Re: See How To Register As An Uber Partner In Lagos Or Abuja by funso77(m): 1:22am On Aug 09
Am a recently registered and activated Uber driver resident at Asokoro, Abuja looking for a partner. Am a well-mannered, educated and experienced driver looking forward to build and acquire more Uber experience with a likewise, business oriented partner according to agreed terms and conditions. Any referral would be appreciated, and if you are partner looking for a driver please do contact me at my signature. It will be a partnership neither of us would regret, a win-win situation/approach for both parties. Assurance guaranteed.
Re: See How To Register As An Uber Partner In Lagos Or Abuja by taxiappguy: 12:03pm On Aug 21
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Re: See How To Register As An Uber Partner In Lagos Or Abuja by taxiappguy: 5:19am On Sep 05

Re: See How To Register As An Uber Partner In Lagos Or Abuja by Jomandi13(m): 6:17pm On Sep 07
Pls can anyone give an update on both Uber and Taxify requirements on vehicle registration.

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