You’re responsible for keeping your car registered, maintained and roadworthy to ensure that it’s safe to drive.


Your responsibilities as an owner

As you’re sharing your car on Uber Carshare platform, you agree to:

  1. Check your car regularly.
  2. Get it serviced regularly.
  3. Manage and respond to any safety concerns.

See the Terms of Service for more details.


1. Check your car regularly

Roadworthy requirements

Roadworthiness requirements may vary depending on your sharing location. 

It is your responsibility to ensure your car meets these standards when it is listed for sharing on the Uber Carshare platform. 

Additional car features

If you provide other features for bookings, like roof racks or bicycle racks, you agree to ensure they are in good working order, as required by the Uber Carshare Terms of Service.


2. Ensure your car is serviced regularly

Getting your car serviced regularly can help maintain your car.

Refer to your car manufacturer for servicing guidance.


3. If your car has an issue and/or safety concern

If a borrower finds an issue during their booking, they can report it. Uber Carshare will review the report and the following may occur: 

    • we’ll send you a car safety report to review;
    • depending on the concern, we may make your car unavailable for sharing;
    • you may need to provide documents that demonstrate the issue has been fixed and your car is roadworthy.

Your car will be available for bookings again, once the issue has been addressed.

Learn more about addressing car safety issues.


Safety issues for your car

If your car has repeated safety reports and doesn’t comply Uber Carshare’s Terms of Service, we reserve the right to remove your car from the platform.

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