Make Money Driving with Uber Eats - Food Delivery - become uber eats driver

Uber Eats

Posted On: 2021-05-06 (valid until 2021-12-31)

Location(s): Auburn, ME, 04210


Salary: --


About the job

Everyone knows Uber as a rideshare service. After all, they provide quite five million rides every single day. But that’s not all they are doing. Recognizing that it already had an outsized network of drivers, Uber launched the UberEats service in 2014. Today, their delivery partners are ready to offer food delivery in dozens of cities across six continents. UberEats allows customers to order meals from local restaurants. From fast food joints to nice restaurants, UberEats makes it possible for patrons to have a meal delivered straight to their door.


Unlike driving for Uber during a rideshare role, delivery drivers do two basic things - devour food and take it to the customer’s home. Depending on the town you're employed in, you’ll either need to walk the order to the customer’s front entrance or have them meet you at your car for curbside delivery.

Uber delivery drivers never need to handle or carry cash. Customers pay via mastercard and every transaction done online.

In most cases, you need a vehicle to drive from the restaurant to the customer’s home or office. UberEats allows bike delivery and scooter delivery in select cities — mostly in condensed urban areas. And once in a while, some drivers even deliver on foot.


  • Maintain a high degree of communication, especially when communicating with restaurants and customers
  • Ensure food order is complete and proper, to the customer’s specifications outlined in the order details
  • Safely transport the things from restaurant to customer location
  • Deliver order to customer, ensuring quality upon delivery remains consistent as when picked up

  • You must be 19 years or older (18 if delivering by bike or foot)
  • You must have a minimum of 1 year of driving experience
  • You must have a legitimate driver’s license, proof of insurance, and up-to-date vehicle registration
  • You must be ready to carry a minimum of 30 pounds
  • You must pass the Uber Eats background check
  • Vehicles can’t be older than 15 years
  • You can’t drive a rental vehicle, unless it’s rented directly through Uber
  • You must have an policy on your name
  • If you’re driving a car, your vehicle must be from 1999 or later. Since you’re not actually transporting passengers, the vehicle requirements for Uber Eats are less stringent than for Uber itself.

    Assuming that your car meets the requirement, you've got to even have a policy in your own name. If you borrow a vehicle from a relative or friend, your name must be listed on the policy. If you’re unsure whether your vehicle meets the special requirements for your particular city or region or if you've got the other questions, you'll also speak with the Uber support team directly.

    Car Requirements:

    Meet the minimum age to drive in your city, have a 2‑door or 4‑door car that's 20 years old or newer, have a legitimate driver’s license, registration, and vehicle insurance, and have a minimum of one year of driving experience

    Scooter Requirements:

    Be a minimum of 19 years old. Have a motorized scooter under 50cc that's 20 years old or newer. Have a legitimate driver’s license, registration, and vehicle insurance. When signing up, make sure to click on Deliver with a Scooter under transportation method.

    Bike Requirements:

    Be a minimum of 18 years old and have a government‑issued ID. When signing up, make sure to click on Deliver with a motorcycle under transportation method.