How to become Uber eats delivery guy

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This is a comprehensive manual that will walk you through the process of signing up to deliver with Uber Eats in Kenya. Uber Eats is an app that allows you to order food online and have it delivered to your home. It is a convenient method to have foods that you like sent to you.

People are able to place orders for meals more quickly and economically thanks to Uber Eats, which also assists in lowering obstacles to healthcare, assisting businesses in providing a streamlined experience for employee travel, and helping drivers and couriers make money.

Sign Up To Deliver With Uber Eats In Kenya

1. Download the Uber driver app from Google Play or App Store.

2. Sign in or register. Use your full legal names as they appear in your national ID.

3. Select your city. For this case, Nairobi (includes Nakuru) and Mombasa.

4. Select your vehicle;

  • Motorbike if you have a motorbike.
  • Bicycle if you have a bicycle.
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5. Submit your documents. When uploading the documents, make sure the document image is clear, all text is readable and the full document is visible in photo.

6. Once you have uploaded your documents, they will be reviewed and approved. Keep checking the app to ensure all your documents are approved. Re-upload any rejected documents.

7. Upon approval of your documents, your account will be set up.

8. You will receive a link to purchase an insulated bag when your account is ready. Don’t purchase a bag before receiving communication to do so. An insulated delivery bag is required for Uber Eats delivery.

9. After collecting your bag, your account will be activated within 24-48 hours. You will then be ready to receive orders and start earning.

Delivery Requirements 

1. Boda boda/ motorbike delivery

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Any make or model motorbike.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Valid National ID.
  • Police clearance certificate.
  • Third party/ comprehensive insurance must be valid.

2. Bicycle delivery

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Any make or model bicycle.
  • Valid National ID.
  • Police clearance certificate.
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