Driving for Uber can be a good way to make money, regardless of whether you’re planning on doing it just a few nights a week or turning it into your full-time job.
As with most gig work, the biggest hurdle is getting started. Latina D. Harris, a Baltimore-based rideshare driver, told us that “I wish someone would have told me to just start. The first ride is the hardest. Once you complete it, your comfort level increases.”
Before you can jump in, though, you need to sign up for the Uber platform. This is relatively easy, although you do have to meet several requirements to do so. Read on for a complete guide on how to get started with Uber.