Become a Shebah Driver today! 

There's no sign up fee!

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Earnings

While most rideshare companies give their drivers 75% of the fare or less, at Shebah we award all our drivers 85% of every trip.

Safety

Driving for Shebah means you feel a sense of safety at work. We ask our passengers to respect and care for their drivers safety, as they do for them. It’s a simple unwritten contract between riders and drivers that just works because everyone cares.

Community

When you’re part of the ‘Army of Aunties’, you’re part of a much bigger network of women, both drivers and riders in your community.  We stay well-connected when out on the road and online giving everyone a strong sense of belonging and safety.

 

Meet your Shebah Sisters

Meet Shannon, Mother and Victorian Shebah driver who feels she’s “really making a difference” since she started driving with Shebah.

 

Check your eligibility

– You’re at least 21 years old.

– You have an iOS or Android phone.

– You can comfortably and confidently speak English.

– You agree to follow our vulnerable passenger guidelines.

– You’ve held an unrestricted Australian driver’s licence for at least 12 months.

– You have access to a car in excellent condition, with a minimum of four doors.

– You have an ABN and are registered for GST.

 

Gather your driver documentation

Every state and territory in Australia has different requirements and regulations in place to ensure the safety of rideshare drivers and passengers. 

 

Click your state for a comprehensive list of everything you will need to become a Shebah driver, including links to relevant forms and applications.

FAQ

Am I eligible to drive for Shebah?


If you meet all the below, you can start your driver application. Vroom vroom!

You must:
– Be at least 21 years old;
– Have, and be confident using, a smart phone;
– Be able to confidently and comfortably speak English;
– Hold an unrestricted Australian driver’s licence;
– Have, or be prepared to set up, an ABN (registered for GST); and
– Have access to a four-door car in great condition.




How much does it cost to be a driver?


Indicative costs (excluding insurance) as of August 2019 are as follows: Australian Capital Territory - $300 New South Wales - $240 Northern Territory - $530 Queensland - $430 South Australia - $210 Tasmania - $250 Victoria - $420 Western Australia - $470 *Please note these amounts are subject to change




What does it mean to be an independent contractor?


As a rideshare driver, you are considered an independent contractor and not an employee of the rideshare operator. This means, although you do not receive the same affordances as an employee, there are many benefits to being an independent contractor. Independent contractors are individuals in business for themselves; they don’t work for a boss. They are the boss. Being in business for yourself, looks like:
1. Flexibility – You can work the hours you want to fit your schedule. There is no pressure, and you can earn money around any other of your hundreds of responsibilities
2. Be your own boss – Being a Shebah Driver gives YOU control of your working hours and location, along with job security
3. No Tax Withholding – The payment you receive as an independent contractor does not have any federal or state income tax withheld. However, you must instead pay these taxes on your personal income tax return*.
4. Deduct your business expenses – All the expenses you incur running your own business as a Shebah driver are deductible as business expenses in your tax return*.

*Empower yourself and seek independent financial advice. In fact, if you sign up as a Shebah driver, you get 30mins of independent financial advice for free!




How do I get paid as a Shebah driver?


When you become a Shebah driver, one of the first things you create is your Stripe account which is connected directly to your Shebah trips. Stripe is a payment gateway not unlike PayPal, through which you manage your fares – including into which account you have, and even the frequency of those funds coming through.




I have another job. Can I drive part time for Shebah?


Absolutely! We do not mandate hours or trip numbers to our drivers. This means you are free to drive when you like, and where you like (within your state or territory). Remember, this is YOUR business.




What support does Shebah provide for drivers?


Shebah HQ is open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm and we are accessible by phone and email. We also have a lovely network of experienced drivers you can connect with directly! We provide you with support for our App, with your driver documentation, as well as look after all your queries related to rideshare legislation across the country. We exist to provide you with a simplified path to running your own business as a rideshare driver. Shebah is an App gateway so you can drive your passengers legally, and make money doing it!




As a driver, how can you support those in our community who are experiencing a personal crisis?


As a driver there's only so much you can do to support a rider that you know is experiencing issues in their personal life.

If you identify that someone is facing a serious personal issue that they may need help with then we recommend directing them towards these services for professional help & advice:
National Sexual Assualt and Domestic Violence 24 Hotline - 1800 737 732 Life Line - 13 11 14 PANDA - 1300 726 306





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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work, whose sovereignty was never ceded, and pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging.