Uber partners with a wide range of rental companies to help ensure that you have access to a car when you want to drive. While terms and conditions vary between partners, here are answers to some of the most common questions that we get about renting to drive on the Uber platform.
Q: IN WHAT CITIES CAN I RENT A VEHICLE?
Our rental company partners have vehicles available in dozens of cities across the United States and Canada. See below if our rental partners offer options in your city.
Minneapolis - St. Paul
Salt Lake City
Q: CAN I USE MY RENTAL CAR FOR UBER EATS?
Yes, we understand that it is currently a challenging time, but we're here to support you. Please refer to the COVID-19 Hub in the driver app to see the delivery opportunities available in your city and start receiving delivery requests.
Q: I AM ALREADY RENTING A CAR - AM I ABLE TO BE AN UBER RENTAL PARTNER?
While you may choose to rent cars from other companies to drive with Uber, our rental partners may provide special rates and promotions.
Q: WILL I NEED TO HAVE A CREDIT CHECK TO RENT A CAR?
No. However, some of our rental partners may run a soft credit check if you pay via debit card.
Q: HOW MUCH MONEY WILL I NEED TO PAY MY RENTAL?
While pricing differs between rental partners, there are some partner-specific pricing structures that you should be aware of. Please contact the rental company for more information.
Debit card users: your first week's payment is charged to your debit card as an authorization hold. This hold acts like a normal charge where the money is taken from your bank account, but different in that the hold can be released later.
Hertz charges you for your rental when you return your vehicle or at the end of your four week contract. Since a new security deposit is required for each four week contract, we recommend that you have at least enough money in your account for the full rental payment and security deposit.