How to be a UBER Driver in Singapore and things to know. (Uber Part One)

This blog talks about the requirements and procedure of being a Uber driver (Part One), and also how to get started driving when you have registered. In the next blog (Part Two), I will talk about if it is really worth driving for Uber in Singapore and some of the tips to make driving for uber more enjoyable.

For passengers, you can look at this post to save while riding with UBER.

Requirements and Documents to be a Uber driver in Singapore

Want to be a Uber Driver to earn some money? There is a list of criteria you need to meet before being able to do that, but not very difficult actually. You can find all the information from Uber official website but I will be summarising them for you with extra information based on my experience. I have gone for a few wasted trips which could be more efficient if there is much more clear direction. So here it is my guide to everyone.

Step 1. Decide on the car you are driving

  1. Rent a car (For those without a car, or doesn’t want to use their own car)
  2. Use your own car (or maybe your parents’ car)
  3. Be a relief driver

 

Step 1A. For those who choose to rent a car.

The basic requirements are:

  1. 21 years old and above
  2. Singaporean / PR
  3. Hold a valid class 3 or class 3A driving license issued to you for at least a year

 

If you are willing to pay for car rental which is from about $50 plus and above, or by the hour rental rates as provided by a few car companies such as Smove, these are the steps that you need to do next.

  1. Find a car rental company. Uber will recommend Lion City Rental as it is related to Uber. The benefits of using Lion City Rental instead of other rental company is that payment will be made directly to you. For other rental companies, your weekly earnings will be paid to the rental company before they pay you your earnings. So it depends on how urgent you need the earnings.
  2. Get your car.
  3. Double check the car is commercially insured. You have to obtain the commercial insurance proof from the rental company.
  4. Double check the car is registered as Z10/Z11 under the vehicle log.

 

Ok done. Then what’s next. You can either register online or go down to UberHUB. I would recommend going down to UberHUB directly as they can activate immediately, rather than sending all the documents online and waiting for days for someone to approve. You will still need to head down for a lesson before u can start driving. You will wait for at least an hour or more from registration to completion.

 

So what to bring down to UberHUB?

  1. NRIC
  2. Driving Licence
  3. Proof of commercial insurance
  4. Z10/Z11 vehicle log
  5. Bank information – Name, Branch Code, Account Number
  6. Handsome/pretty face (For photo taking)

 

After the registration, you will attend a lesson that starts every hour and last approximately 50 min. So your stay at UberHub may take approximately 2 hours or more.

 

Congrats, you can start earning money. If you think up till now this post has help you, use my invite code 8HXSV when you sign up. You will be given some cash rewards for being referred to sign up, and I will get some too. The sign up & referral amount given would be based on promotion found on their website.

 

Step 1B. For those who choose to use your own car.

The basic requirements are:

  1. 21 years old and above
  2. Singaporean / PR
  3. Hold a valid class 3 or class 3A driving license issued to you for at least a year
  4. Car with 4 doors (sit at least 4 passengers and 1 driver)

 

Ok for own car drivers, you need to complete more steps.

  1. First, go to bizfile.gov.sg and login with your SingPass ID and Password
  2. Register the name of a sole proprietorship with business activity as 49219 for $15.
  3. Set up the sole proprietorship company with the name you registered for $100.
  4. You will be given a choice to buy your ACRA business profile at a cheaper rate than if you do so later. Buy the business profile as you will be needing it.
  5. Next, call up insurance company to purchase a commercial insurance for your vehicle. Print out the Cover letter or Certificate of Insurance.
  6. Make a company Stamp. I obtained my auto-inked company stamp from A1 Business PTE LTD and it requires 10 min to make, approximately 4-5hours more before the ink seeps through for the stamp to be used. You will use the stamp at LTA.
  7. Refinance your vehicle if it is not fully paid and still need a loan.
  8. Bring your ACRA business profile , Certificate of Insurance , NRIC and Company Stamp to LTA to convert your vehicle from under your name to your company name. Go to the reception counter, obtain the form “M01” to fill up and get a queue number. You are suppose to transfer from yourself to your company name. Wait for your number to be called. Pay $11 for the conversion. They will provide you with the vehicle log to show it has been converted to Z10/Z11, when everything is successful.

 

Ok done. Then what’s next? You can either register online or go down to Uber HUB. I would recommend going down to Uber HUB directly as they can activate immediately, rather than sending all the documents online and waiting for days for someone to approve. You will still need to head down for a lesson before u can start driving. You will wait for at least an hour or more from registration to completion.

 

Those that wish to drive your vehicle down to Uber HUB, there is no parking lot there. So you will have to park at the nearby carpark of Geylang East Industral Estate or Paya Lebar Square and make a 5 mins walk to Uber HUB.

 

So what to bring down to Uber HUB?

  1. NRIC
  2. Driving Licence
  3. Proof of commercial insurance
  4. Z10/Z11 vehicle log
  5. Bank information – Name, Branch Code, Account Number
  6. Handsome/pretty face (For photo taking)

 

After the registration, you will attend a lesson that starts every hour and last approximately 50 min. So your stay at UberHub may take approximately 2 hours or more.

 

Congrats, you can start earning money. If you think up till now this post has help you a lot, use my invite code 8HXSV when you sign up. You will be given some cash rewards for being referred to sign up, and I will also get some.The sign up & referral amount given would be based on promotion found on their website.

 

Step 1C. For those who wants to be a Relief Driver

Sharing of driver account is not allowed for safety purposes. Thus every driver driving for Uber has to be registered individually. You will also need to look for your host driver, the person that will share his vehicle with you to drive.

The basic requirement for relief driver is still the same as those doing car rental.

  1. 21 years old and above
  2. Singaporean / PR
  3. Hold a valid class 3 or class 3A driving license issued to you for at least a year.

 

Additional things to bring down to the UberHub are:

  1. NRIC
  2. Driving License
  3. Bank information – Name, Branch code, Account number.
  4. Details of the driver you are going to share the vehicle with

 

You are ready to drive. You can look for your host driver (rent or own car) and share the rental cost with them. When you sign up with your host driver, both of you will get some cash for sign up & referral promotion.

 

Step 2. Getting Started. Things you need to know to start your uber drive.

You will be asked to go through a lesson when you were approved to drive. However, to most people, it will still be a little confusing as to what to prepare for your first ride. So first is to download uber partner app.

 

Step 2A. Uber Partner App and how to use it.

Things to do at the HOME page

When you first start the app, you will be at the home page. It will show a car (your location) and a map. It will also shows there surge zone. The darker the colour, the higher the surge value. But is it really worth it to chase the surge? It will be discuss in the next blog.

Home Page

 

Back to the home page, at the top right is the button to go online. Swipe right to go online and left to go offline. When you go online, means you are ready to accept any job that comes to you. You are advice to accept almost every job that comes to you, as it would affect your “Acceptance rate” and “Completion rate” which would then in turn affect your eligibility of getting your incentives.

Online Button

 

Also on the top, there is a clipboard icon. This clipboard allows you to select destination trip, up to 2 times a day. So how to use it?

Clipboard Button

 

For example you are going to work and you wish to fetch some passengers towards your workplace so that the earnings can cover your petrol cost.

 

Set a destinationSo you set the destination as your workplace and go online. The system will try to find you riders that is heading to your workplace and you can earn so money on your way to work. You can also use it on your way back home. However, do take note that when using this option, the trip will not be counted towards any incentives given out.

 

 

 

 

 

Now back to the home page. At the bottom when you scroll up the tab, you will see a tap on “Last Trip” and “Today’s Total”. What do these tab do?

 

Last Trip would show you what you earn when you drop off the last passenger. However, it may take up to 10 minutes before it can be calculated. You may want to just go to Today’s Total to view the trip.

 

Today’s Total will show you how much you have earn from fare, how much you pay uber , your total earnings, how much you collected in cash and what will be deposited in your bank at the end of the week. It also shows you how long you online for the day and number of trips you have made.

todays total                                      Daily Earnings

Scroll further down and it will show u the trips you have made for the day and tapping on them will provide details of the distance and time taken, together with the earnings from the trip.

 

There is a help button which you can tap and select the issue to report from a list. For example, I went into Sentosa and was charged $6 for the entrance fee, but it was not calculated in the toll. I used the help button to report the problem and the money was reimbursed to me.

Earning help

The rest of the taps in the home page are usually promotions, tutorials, feedback to uber and news to keep you updated of what are the new things that uber implemented.

 

The most important page – EARNINGS

Why is this the most important? Cause it is the reason why you are driving for uber. To earn money.

 

Clicking on this page allows you to see a graph and how much you earn each day in the week. So if you got a target set to earn each day, it might be a good indication to see.

Estimated Net Earnings

The estimated amount you will earn for the week will also be shown. This estimated earnings is the net earnings you will get (after deduction of uber fee). But it is not your net profit as you have not factor in other cost such as fuel, rental, and insurance etc.

 

This estimated amount also does not include the incentives that uber will give out if you meet certain criteria.

 

Taps in this page include to invite others to earn referral fees, your trip history and payment statements.

 

Trip history will show all your trips you have taken since you join uber.

 

Payment statements will be shown every week on Monday for the previous week. It will include all the calculations and all the incentives you earn. The incentives may take a few hours to be calculated and shown on your payment statements, so just be patient. It should be there by Monday afternoon.

 

Moral booster/damper page – RATINGS

You will see your ratings on this page, on how your passengers rate your service. I will talk more on how to improve your rating and how important is this rating in the later section. So, for now, back to the function of this page.

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This page has tabs such as rider feedback. It shows you the comments and compliments riders made for you. Usually you don’t see any comments at all, so you won’t know what you can do better to obtain better ratings. Sometimes some customers will give you good rating and state why. You can use this as a guide instead to maintain your service.

 

There is a tab on pro tips which will lead you to other guides on the different systems uber implement and how to improve your service. You should spend some time reading it to understand uber too before you start driving.

 

It will also show a weekly report on how your rating fairs last week and how it is as compared to other uber drivers. Maybe it will be a motivation for drivers who wished to be the top uber driver.

 

Last page – ACCOUNT

This page is generally your profile page where it will include your photo, the car you are driving. If you have a few cars that you are driving, you can change your car here.

Account Page

Other tabs are the mode of payment, which account uber is going to pay you. And if you are also a passenger, how you will make your payment.

 

Documents tab just shows the documents you submitted before. Not of any use since you already start driving.

 

Settings tab. This tab will allow you to set if the phone will flash if there is a incoming trip request. It is more for drivers who is hard of hearing or deaf that are not able to hear the request alarm.

 

There is also a Navigation page under the Settings tab. This page will ask you the type of navigation software you wish to use as your aid when u drive. Currently there is Uber Partner(in build app), Google Maps and Waze. For google maps and waze you have to download them separately in order to use.

 

Lastly, there is a surge pricing notification tab. Under this tab, they will notify you if there is a surge going on.

 

So that’s all for the function of the app. Now into the different mode of service you will be providing the customers

 

Step 2B. UberX and UberPool

So what is the difference between UberX and UberPool?

 

UberX

UberX was basically the primary service Uber was set up to provide. Providing customers alternatives to taxis buy having private car drivers driving you to your destination at a more competitive price.

uberx

In this job request you receive, you will be asked to fetch passengers from Point A to Point B. As of 31 Aug 16, Uber has shown the price to the passengers before they even decided to acquire the service. So passengers will be expected to pay the amount stated. This fare will include all the tolls that you may pass through and should have accounted for all the traffic condition experience. It is also inclusive of the surge rates.

 

Passengers request for UberX may also request for you to make and extra stop or travel the way they wish that you travel. If it is the case, then you will need to inform them that the fare that they will pay may change if you were to deviate from the route Uber sent to you through the Uber Partner navigation app.

 

Sometimes passenger may want to avoid toll, or know a faster route. Thus they may even end up paying lesser than what was shown to them. However, if there is any delay or traffic jam in their chosen route, then they have only themselves to blame for the higher fare rates. So drivers please inform the passengers if they wish to deviate from the route given.

 

For this service, Uber will deduct a fee of 20% from the driver gross earning

 

UberPool

UberPool is another service that Uber came up with. It is to car pool passengers travelling along the same direction. This would in turn reduce the number of vehicles on the road, but at the same time serving more passengers.

UberPool

So how does UberPool works for Uber drivers. As drivers, you will receive your first request. The second and even third request may come in even before you pick up your first passenger. The request may also come in after you have passengers onboard. The best thing to do is to accept every request that comes your way as they are all passengers going the same direction.

 

When you have several request and you had passenger on board your car, just inform them politely that you will need to pick up more passengers.  If the existing passenger in your car request you not to accept the job, you just inform them that you are required to accept the job due to the strict criteria set by Uber (to meet the acceptance rate and completion rate). If they wish to feedback, they can write in to Uber.

 

How do you know where to go to pick up your next passenger, or who to drop off first? Basically, just follow the route provided by the Uber Partner navigation app. It will bring you from one place to another, either to pick up the next passenger or drop off the passenger. Try not to deviate from the route or choose which passenger to drop off first.

 

Passengers were allowed to book for have a maximum of 2 pax. If there were three or more passengers, you will need to inform them to book UberX instead. This is because your next passenger may be 2 pax and you can only fetch a maximum of 4 passengers.

 

For this service, passengers also tend to pay lesser as compared to using UberX. This is because they were supposed to share the vehicle. And from this reduced fee, Uber will deduct another 10% if there was no successful matching. It means if a passenger chose UberPool option, and you fetch him/her from Point A to Point B without picking up another passenger along the way, uber will only charge 10% uber fees.

 

So what happen if there was a successful matching, meaning 2 or more different group of passengers? If you managed to fetch two or more different groups of passenger, Uber will deduct 30% Uber fee. You must be thinking it is Daylight robbery, right? I will go into details in the salary calculation. But if the passengers were all going to the same direction, you will still be earning more as compared to fetching only one passenger.

 

So which service is better for the drivers? UberX or UberPool? You don’t really have a choice because you will accept all requests that come your way if you want to maintain a high acceptance rate to be eligible for all the incentives given.

 

UberPool tends to allow you to earn more as you will be driving non-stop for a longer period of time as compared to UberX. However, the risk of getting unhappy passenger due to longer time taken to travel on UberPool is also higher which will result it a poorer rating.

 

Step 2C. Navigation App, the next thing you need to know before starting your drive.

Previously we talked about the navigation apps that were available to use in Uber. They were Uber Partner app, Google Map, and Waze. I will talk abt the pros and con of each application for you to decide which to use.

 

All these reviews were accurate at time of posting (Sep 2016). Application may undergo upgrades to be more users friendly, so just use them for reference.

 

Uber Partner  Uber Partner icon

Uber used this navigation map to calculate the distances and cost for the customers.

 

Pros

  1. Following the map will allow you to avoid any dispute on the fare. The route is used to calculate the cost.
  2. The switch from your interface is seamless, without having to switch apps in your phone

 

Cons

  1. The direction provided may not factor in traffic. You will not be able to view any traffic condition in the app
  2. The app does not provide you alternate routes to reach the destination if you want to avoid traffic. It will only recalculate your route if you missed a turn or go to a wrong direction.
  3. It also does not provide you clear indication on which lane to stay on in order to make the required turn at junctions that has many lanes
  4. The next route you need to go may be unclear. For example you are suppose to turn to CTE(SLE/TPE). But the app will ask you to turn to SLE/TPE. For those who know the route, it is to turn to CTE towards SLE and TPE direction. But just by showing SLE/TPE you may be wondering is there a SLE or TPE to turn to at your current location.
  5. The movement of your position on the map usually is laggy as compared to your actual car movement. So you may be at the junction to make a turn, but the app is still showing you are 10-20m more to go. It may be confusing if the street has many lanes.

 

 

Google Map google icon

Many drivers uses this application on the route and google constantly improved it.

 

Pros

  1. Provide traffic condition on the road
  2. Provide alternate route and estimated time of arrival. However, it is still an estimate and use the time as a guide and not over promising the passenger.
  3. Clear step by step directions on what to do next can be view way before you reach the location
  4. Inform you to stay on a particular lane in order to not miss a turn

 

Cons

  1. The route recommended may be the quickest, but it may not be the shortest or in accordance to the route calculated by Uber. The fare may be different if driver deviate from the route displayed in Uber Partner Navigation App.
  2. Need to toggle out to the Google Map app and then toggle back again when you reach back your location

 

Waze waze

This application is a community based traffic and navigation app. It will take into account inputs from users.

 

Pros

  1. Provide traffic condition on the road
  2. Provide alternate route and estimated time of arrival
  3. Step by step directions
  4. Reporting of traffic police, speed cameras and by other users

 

Cons

  1. The route recommended may be the quickest, but it may not be the shortest or in accordance to the route calculated by Uber. The fare may be different if driver deviate from the route displayed in Uber Partner Navigation App.
  2. Need to toggle out to the Google Map app and then toggle back again when you reach back your location

 

Conclusion and Recommendation

 

Google map and Waze is a better map for navigation. However, due to Uber using the calculation on Uber Partner navigation app, I will recommend using the Uber Partner.

 

For me I use the Uber Partner inbuilt navigation app, and only if UBERX passengers request for faster route as they are rushing for time etc but don’t mind a longer route that may alter the cost as indicated to them previously, then I will switch to other navigation app to look at the traffic condition and recommend the best route given.

 

For UberPool passengers, I will still continue to follow the in built Uber Partner navigation as it is suppose to bring us from one point to another in the most efficient way.

 

So how to do all these switching efficiently? In the settings, I just set for the system to ask every time when I click navigation. In this way I can choose which app to use at any point of time.

 

Step 2D. Data usage

When you use Uber Partner app, you use mobile data. When you use navigation app, you use mobile data. I will provide my data usage estimate for anyone that requires a reference.

 

My data usage estimate as follows:

1 Day (6-7hours of driving) using Uber Partner app for navigation = 100MB or 0.1 GB

A 30 days month approximately required 3000MB or 3GB of data.

 

If you are going to use other navigation apps such as google map and waze, the data usage may be more as the different apps are all using your data to get your location and providing you with info etc.

 

I have heard of drivers that has a mobile wifi router that provides the data required, and even offer to the passengers if they need them. So those drivers with high mobile data usage can consider this option too instead of getting a higher data phone plan.

 

 

Step 2E. RATINGS

So how important is ratings to the driver and to the passenger? What do ratings affect?

 

Driver’s Rating

A driver’s rating will affect him more than the ratings of a passenger. A driver is supposed to maintain a high rating in order to continue drive for Uber. They are expected to have a 4.6 star rating and above. Drivers with rating of below 4.6 star will be given warning and may not be allowed to drive if it does not improve. This standard was more applicable for Uber drivers in the US. In Singapore, whether this 4.6 star rating applies or any other figure was not proven yet.

 

Your ratings may also affect the priority of getting a job. For example, 2 uber drivers parked their car side by side and there was a rider request. Driver A, with a better rating, will get the request first followed by Driver B. Thus, it is important to try maintain a good rating for drivers.

 

Every new driver will begin with a 5star rating. So is best to have a good start. I was blur when I first started and my ratings dropped quite a bit before starting to rise slowly. There are some observations that I made with my ratings.

 

On a scale of 1 Star to 5 Star, from Poor to Excellence respectively. Most passengers will give 4 to 5 star for a ride that did not have any problem. 4 Star should be of Good standard. However, passengers do not know that it is still not good enough for Uber drivers as the average is over 4.6 Stars. That would mean you need you need at least 4 5-star ratings for every 1 4-star ratings in order to maintain or slowly improve your ratings. Thus having 5 star ratings is nearly impossible I guess. Anyone with 5 Star rating after many trips please share on your secrets on maintaining such ratings.

 

For UberX passengers, they are usually alone, rushing for time or do not want to share a vehicle with others. They can also be in large groups of more than 2 pax which UberPool does not qualify for them. These passengers usually tend to give a 5 Star rating if you help them with their luggage, greet them, smile and be polite.

 

For UberPool passengers, they can be in the group that is willing to chat and as long as they enjoy their time chatting away in your vehicle, your ratings will be good. They may also be passengers that does not understand how the pool system works and chose the option because it is cheaper. They will be unhappy if they were taking too long to reach their destination, or not following their directions and travel the route they wanted. In this case, we as the drivers need to understand the system ourselves and explain to them, hoping they will not be unhappy and gives us a bad rating.

 

Overall, just try to put up your best performance and your ratings will increase in time. There are more kind passengers out there than nasty ones.

 

Passenger’s Rating

A passenger’s rating does not really affect the passenger much actually. It is more of a feedback from the driver to warn other drivers if a passenger is nasty or not. Drivers will get to see the passenger ratings when there is a job request, but most drivers will still accept the passengers regardless of rating, as they are the boss giving the pay cheque. Passengers with very low ratings of 3 stars and below may be avoided by the drivers. They might take longer to have their trips accepted, or might need to find another mode of transportation.

 

Passengers can view their ratings through Profile > Help > Account and Payment > Account Settings and Ratings > I’d like to know my rating > Submit.

 

Step 2F. Incentives

This is one section you need to understand and know well in order to earn as much as you can. Uber Singapore will have a new incentives promotion every week and usually release on Sunday for the following week. What you should do is to copy the weekly incentives so that you have the promotion code to raise an enquiry if you feel the calculation is wrong.

 

The usual incentive is the Hourly Guarantee Promotion.

Incentives SGHG1

 

How does Hourly Guarantee Works? (Update : Incentive no longer in use)

Taking the above promotion for the week of 29 Aug 16 as an example. For peak period in the morning, drivers need to maintain a Trips Per Hour (TPH) of 1.7 and a minimum of 2 hours to qualify. So what does this mean? We will use Friday peak hours to explain a few points.

 

Point 1 : Drivers need to meet the minimum working hours for 2 hours in peak period

Working hours from 7am – 9am (2 hours for example)

Total Hours             = 2hr

Required Trips       = 2hr x 1.7 TPH

= 3.4 Trips

= 4 Trips (Round up)

Rates                         = $36/hr (Gross earning – Before deduction of Uber Fees)

Earnings                   = $36 x 2hr

= $72 Gross earning – 20% Uber Fees (Can range from 10%-30%)

= $57.60 Net earning (Not net profit as you still need to deduct all your expenses)

Drivers got to complete 4 trips to obtain the incentives. And the gross earning from these 4 trips must not be more than $72 in order to benefit from this incentive.

 

Point 2 : Working the Maximum working hours for the morning block my result in having to complete more trips

Working hours from 7am – 10am.

Total Hours                         = 3hr

Required Trips                   = 3hr x 1.7 TPH

= 5.1 Trips (6 Trips round up)

Rates                                     = $36 x 3 hr

= $108 Gross Earnings

= $86.40 Net Earnings

Driver has to have at least 6 trips in order to qualify for the incentives and the gross earnings should not exceed $108.

 

So what should you do if you cannot meet 6 trips within the 3 hours block? We have to work backwards a little. First you need to determine number of trips you want to make within the block.

 

Point 3 : Calculate the time to remain online with a known trip.

 

Pre determine trips                          = 5

Maximum working hours                = 5 / 1.7 TPH

= 2.94 hours

= 2 hour 56.47 min (2hr 56min. You need to round down)

Earnings                                              = 2.94 x $36

= $105.84

 

So if you can’t meet 6 trips within 3 hours, aim for 5 trips in 2 hours 56 min and you can maximise your earnings of 105.84. However. Please note the TPH promotion rate changes quite often, so you need to take note of it and calculate accordingly.

 

You also need to know the different block timing. For example on Friday 5-8pm is one block and 8-10pm is another. So for each block you have to work for 2 hours each.

 

If you work from 7pm to 9pm (2 hours work) and have more than 5 passengers, you do not get any incentives even though you met the 2 hours requirements on the road. The two hour were in two different blocks and they were calculated as 1 hour each. Thus, you will not be benefiting from this incentive.

 

So in order to optimise your earnings, you need to understand how the incentives work. If you have followed my blog till this far, you should be ready to go out and fetch your first customer.

 

The Next Blog – How much can you earn as a UBER driver in Singapore. (Part Two)

In the next blog, I will discuss whether uber is worth driving for by providing all the earnings and spending calculation. For Uber driver wannabe, you can use it as a guide to consider if you want to go into the business. I will also provide tips on how to make driving uber more enjoyable.

 

If you think this post has help you and you wished to show your appreciation, you can always use my invite/promo code 8HXSV to register with Uber as either a driver or rider. For first time riders, you will get $10 credit to take your first ride. For drivers, you will also earn some sign-up fee and I will also get to earn a referral fee. It ranges from $50 – $500 and the most updated figure could be found on Uber website.

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “How to be a UBER Driver in Singapore and things to know. (Uber Part One)

  1. Could u share on multiple trip on uberx.
    On uberpool , is it ok to cancel off upcoming request if route seem not possible ?
    I’m very confuse how to respond to such request.tks

  2. Hi, do you mind if you could contact me through my email for the referral? I am getting a car from LCR btw

  3. Hi,
    Just to confirm that I do not need to register a company at ACRA since I’m renting car from LCR and going to UberHuB?

    Can contact me?

  4. I have taxi license want to drive uber
    Q : do I hv to going for class

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