How Does Car Leasing For Uber Drivers’ Work?
SA Motor Lease has a driver rental scheme that allows drivers to basically run their own Uber business. Don’t accept the normal 20% of turnover when instead, you can lease a vehicle from SA Motor Lease and make more than R10,000 per month (if you are a clever business owner). You can employ your own driver (registered with Uber) to drive the vehicle when you are not using it, and get the benefits of that driver’s work paid directly to you. The biggest advantage of our scheme is that it is a week to week rental, you can terminate at any time.
Usually your first 30 hours worked covers your rental of the car for the week, and on average, a smart driver will get R85 per hour worked thereafter. Essentially, they will make about R2450 per week if they put in the hours.
Rental of vehicles are charged at approximately R2500 per week, including maintenance, waivers, insurance and all running costs. Your rental vehicle will already be pre-registered for Uber so when you get your car, you start driving and earn immediately!
SA Motor Lease will get your weekly take, charge the vehicle to your account and disburse the remaining money to your account. This scheme works well for a person or 2 people sharing an Uber car, who can earn more than R7000 per week with their Uber car or people willing to drive for more than 52 hours per week. If you are prepared to work more than 52 hours a week, you will immediately lift your earnings by about R85 per hour worked when you rent an Uber car.