Driving with Lyft means you get guaranteed earnings, new benefits, and the flexibility to drive when and where you want. Apply to drive with Lyft in California and start earning on your own terms.
Lyft is a platform that connects drivers with individuals and organizations that need rides.
Don’t have a car? Rent one through our Express Drive program, with standard insurance included. Available in select cities
Starting Jan. 1, 2021, drivers with an average of at least 15 hours per week of booked time in a calendar quarter can begin qualifying for a quarterly healthcare subsidy. Driver must submit proof of current enrollment in a qualifying health plan in the Lyft Driver app within 15 days after the end of the calendar quarter to receive the healthcare subsidy.
car year may vary in some regions
Lyft is a great opportunity for those looking for part-time work, hourly work, contract, commission, flexible side gigs, freelancer/freelancing, work from home/wfh, night shift, and graveyard shift opportunities. No professional driver/driving experience is needed and we encourage entry-level and veteran applicants to consider driving with Lyft. Government-issued driver's license required.
Organized drivers often see the most success, so put your administrative assistant/receptionist skills to use while planning your own schedule. Customer service/sales are at the heart of the driver-rider relationship. If you have previous job experience as a limo driver, taxi, bus driver, courier, or in hospitality/hotels, Lyft is an excellent opportunity to make great money working when you want. Drive in the morning, evening, night, weekends!
Lyft welcomes applicants year-round - summer, winter, fall, spring, holiday work seekers. Apply online today.
Apply now for Lyft driver jobs near you, if available in your city. Lyft is currently hiring for driver positions
To be eligible to drive for Lyft, a vehicle must meet the following requirements:
As a Lyft driver, what money you make depends on how much(distance) and how long(time) you drive for Lyft. Time, distance, and tips all factor goes into your earnings. Your profit depends on the amount of time and distance driven with your rider in the car. You'll get all of your recommendations and bonuses.
You must work the exact number of hours at the precise time if you want to make serious money with Lyft. This means driving during peak hours and in designated zones. Lyft will be well worth your time if you follow the demand.
Those looking for a flexible full-time or part-time job might consider driving for Lyft. The hours you work as a self-employed person are fully flexible. Mornings, evenings, weekdays, and weekends are all good times to drive. It is not necessary to have any prior experience. But If you have work experience with some other company's ride-sharing drivers, delivery drivers, bus drivers, this can be a plus point to you.
Lyft drivers have additional insurance coverage. The best aspect is that the drivers are not charged for this coverage. When you drive for Lyft, the Lyft insurance plan covers also personal injury and property damage coverage. Which state or province you drive in affects the amount of your coverage. But it doesn't applicable when your driver mode is off, and you drive for personal use.
Lyft does not need that your vehicle has registration in your name, so you could drive using another's car. Some places require you to register your vehicle in your name. Typically, these are the cities that require livery permits or specific licensing. You should also make sure the car is registered in the locality where you live and that the tags are valid.
Completing a car inspection is one of the Lyft driver criteria. To be a successful rideshare driver, your vehicle must be in excellent condition. This indicates that your vehicle is secure and appears nice enough to satisfy passengers. You'll take your car to a Lyft-approved technician and fill out inspection paperwork. Check with Lyft in your region to see if they have any recommendations for your area.
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