If you’re a driver looking for more work that pays faster than the traditional contracts you’re used to dealing with, then Uber Freight is something worth taking a look at.
Uber Freight simplifies the transactions between truck drivers and shippers. Instead of dealing with archaic forms of communication, complicated contracts, and lengthy negotiations, Uber Freight put everything in one app for drivers and shippers to use.
Drivers must be licensed truck operators and will need to provide a valid certificate of insurance that has auto and cargo liability
Must provide a completed Broker-Motor Carrier agreement
Must provide state-level motor carrier permits or registration
Drivers must be located within the continental United States
Drivers must be able to provide a DOT/MC number, proof of insurance, and bank account number (for direct deposit payments)
Drivers must have no unconditional or unsatisfactory safety rating
Drivers are required to have at least $1,000,000 auto liability coverage and $100,000 in cargo liability coverage. If you’re a reefer carrier, then you’ll also need to have reefer breakdown coverage.
The only trucks that are currently permitted to drive with Uber Freight are 53’ dry vans or reefers
Uber Technologies, Inc., commonly known as Uber, is an American multinational ride-hailing company offering services that include peer-to-peer ridesharing, ride service hailing, food delivery, and a micromobility system with electric bikes and scooters.