Interested in becoming a DriveHer Driver?

 

Make extra money when it suits you, with peace of mind.

We believe women have the right to a safe work environment without risk of harassment. This is often not the reality for women drivers in the traditional taxi and ridesharing industry.
– You have full control over what rides you are comfortable taking
– Mainly children or female clientele
– Males over 14 years sit in the back
– We will never pressure you
– Accept drives that fit in with your lifestyle
– We have never had a driver report they felt uncomfortable
– Higher rates of pay then rideshares
– Ability to build your own customers locally

 

Drive

Interested in becoming a DriveHer Driver?

Make extra money when it suits you, with peace of mind.

DriveHer is empowering New Zealand women to take the driver’s seat. With total flexibility of hours and days, you can choose to work whenever you wish, safe in the knowledge you’ll be driving safer riders. 

 

Why you’re going to want to drive with DriveHer: 

– You have full control over what rides you are comfortable taking
– Mainly children or female clientele
– Males over 14 years sit in the back
– We will never pressure you
– Accept drives that fit in with your lifestyle
– We have never had a driver report they felt uncomfortable
– Higher rates of pay then rideshares
– Ability to build your own customers locally

Sound good? There are more benefits for DriveHer Drivers

Payment System

Trips are processed daily and you receive your pay within 4-5 working days. The app allows you to view every trip you’ve completed and see how your earnings are tracking throughout the week.

Have Your Say

In the unlikely event of a rider complaint being received, our drivers will always be given the opportunity to respond and share their point of view with us. Responses are kept confidential and will help us understand how to create a better service for both drivers and riders.

What do you need to join?

You’re almost ready to start driving with DriveHer.

You’ll also need to supply a few photos when you sign up:

Frequently Asked Questions

General

Who can use DriveHer?

Both men and women can ride with DriveHer, as long as there’s a female rider in the car.

Children of any gender up to age 14 may travel unaccompanied.

For more on this, see: How DriveHer works

Where is DriveHer available?

We’re launching in Auckland first, then we plan to bring the DriveHer service to all of New Zealand’s major cities.

See: Where to Find DriveHer Drivers

Is there surge pricing?

No. We will never utilise surge pricing. Instead, DriveHer uses peak and off-peak times to keep our drivers on the road when you need them.

What about trans/gender-fluid riders?

DriveHer openly welcomes all people to use our service within the terms set out in How DriveHer works. Anyone who identifies as female is welcome to enjoy the benefits of a female rider account.

Is DriveHer owned by Uber?

No. DriveHer is an independent, home-grown service founded and wholly owned by our Auckland-based director, Joel Rushton.

Drivers

How do I become a Driver?

Everything you need to know is right here on the Drive page.

If you need further information, please get in touch.

What are my tax obligations as a Driver?

Independent contractors are responsible for meeting their own tax obligations for GST, income tax and provisional tax. If you are unsure what your obligations are, the Inland Revenue Department’s website is a good source of information and a tax agent or accountant would also be able to help.

The weekly earnings summary GST registered contractors receive is designed to make filing GST returns easier. It has a ‘total earnings for the year’ section which outlines 1) how much GST has been paid to DriveHer during the financial year, and 2) how much GST has been received from riders. Contractors are obligated to declare the amount received on their GST returns, but can also declare the amount they have paid in order to offset the total amount they are required to pay to the Inland Revenue. Please ensure that you inform us if you are already signed up as a driver and decide to register for GST at a later date so that we can issue you the correct earnings summary.

The ‘total earnings for the year’ section will also assist registered and non-registered contractors with filing their income tax returns.

Will I need to change my insurance?

It’s important to make sure you are insured while you are driving for DriveHer. Commercial insurance replaces your current personal insurance, and covers you for both business and personal use. This will increase your premiums slightly – contact your insurance company as they will be able to tell you how much the difference will be and switch that over easily for you.

What is a Certificate of Fitness?
This replaces your Warrant of Fitness when you are driving your car for a commercial passenger service. The checks undertaken are a bit more thorough, to make sure that you and your passengers are going to be as safe as possible on the road.
For more information, NZTA has provided this helpful link

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