We are looking for SuperStars!

It’s time to make it happen!

We are a new start up ready to establish our Core Driver Partner (CDP) Team in the ATL market. At RideShare, we know that having a strong CDP Team that shares our core values from the start, makes us fierce competition to other ride-hailing services.

We get it!  RideShare is only as successful as our CDP team. And, we make sure from the very beginning that you are compensated with revenue sharing opportunities which makes us the best paying company in our field.

If we make money, you make money! That’s the RideShare WAY!

So, what are we looking for in a Core Driver Partner? 

A great CDP is dedicated to following our 3 “R’s”. You stay on top of your game to make sure RideShare is the #1 ride-hailing service in this industry. You are the LEADERS in your city and you:

  1. RECOGNIZE talent and know that character and personality matters
  2. RECRUIT partners on your team that understand that customer service is the key to success
  3. RETAIN a good rapport with your partners to make sure you continue to gain the most compensation from your weekly commissions
Here's the scoop.

So what makes it work?

Our team knows that this may seem like information overload. We don’t want your brain to explode, so our team composed a Q & A  section, highlighting the most important aspects of RideShare. But by any chance, the question you need to be answered is not being addressed contact us

We would love to hear from you.

How do ratings affect Drivers and Clients?

  • Drivers are subject to the rating threshold of 4.5 stars after 150 ratings have been given
  • Riders are subject to the rating threshold of 4.6 stars after 50 ratings have been given
  • If the rating drops below this number, then the account is automatically suspended for two months
  • When a rating falls below the threshold:
    • Drivers are not permitted to provide service, nor receive commissions during this period
    • Clients are not permitted to utilize the RideShare service during this time

What should be known about fees, payments, and commissions?

  • Drivers receive 70% of the fare immediately.
  • No hidden fees
  • Fees for Car Types is available in the Account menu
  • Each Monday, commissions from the downline is payed to the Driver as long as the commission eligibility criteria has been met for that week.
  • Commissions from new recruits is included in the weekly commission payout immediately when they start providing service to Clients.
  • Once a driver has recruited 40 new drivers, they no longer need to drive for commission eligibility and can always continue recruiting thereby helping to ensure an active network indefinitely.
  • Drivers can continue to receive money each week as long as drivers in their network continue to be active.
  • To review Payout Process, CLICK HERE

Is it easy to recruit new drivers?

  • When RideShare is launching in a city, the first 500 drivers who sign up do not need an invitation code. This number of drivers is the beginning of the city’s driver network. Any new driver must provide an invitation code to complete the registration process which is given to them by an existing driver. This recruiting feature is found in the Driver’s mobile application.
    • Select the Recruit icon in the application, fill in the name, email, or cell number and then, submit
    • The new recruit receives an invitation code that expires in 14 days
    • The new recruit is counted in the recruiter’s downline after they have registered and have been online for a minimum of 20 hours

What can be said about the service?

  • The work week begins each Monday morning at 6 a.m.
  • The workday begins at 6 a.m.
  • Pick-ups and drop-offs occur at the riders’ requested points
  • RideShare does not offer carpooling
  • Airport drop-offs are allowed, but pick-ups are unavailable until further notice (TBD)

Are there Terms and Conditions?

What safety features are in place?

  • Drivers and Clients can use the emergency shield that is located on the home screen to contact emergency services (in-process)
  • 911 Emergency feature in-app submits names, location, and vehicle details are immediately provided to the authorities (in-process)
  • If this feature is used, then it is recommended to file a report which will document the incident for potential proceedings
  • Door to door service
  • No pooling of unknown passengers during the ride

What is needed for the registration process?

  • Drivers and Clients must provide an appropriate profile image
  • Drivers must be at least 25 years old
  • Have a vehicle that is 13 years old or newer
  • Pass a vehicle inspection provided by our partner Firestone Tires or Affiliates
  • Complete the background check form when verifying the RideShare Driver account via email
  • All submitted documents must be valid
  • An in-app notification will be sent to Drivers stating the status of the RideShare Driver approval to provide service

What are the criteria to be a RideShare Driver?

  • If applicable, an Academic or Military ID must be submitted to reduce the required hours needed for commission eligibility. A Driver’s License with a Veteran symbol qualifies too.
  • Must be 25 years of age or older
  • A Clear background check. CLICK HERE for criteria.
  • Vehicle inspection with our partner Firestone Tires
  • 13-year-old vehicle or newer
  • 4-door vehicle
  • Vehicle must have at least 5 factory-installed seatbelts
  • Good condition vehicle with no cosmetic damage
  • No commercial branding
  • RideShare accepts both official and temporary registration documents.
  • The vehicle does not need to be registered in your name to qualify.

What can be said about background checks?

  • To review requirements, CLICK HERE 
  • The results take 24 to 72 hours
  • If there is an issue found in your result that you believe deserves consideration, then feel free to submit a request for account review, CLICK HERE

What is the Privacy Policy?

Is there an office location that can be visited?

  • There are no office location that are available for customer service.

Can I contact customer service?

  • All RideShare representatives are limited to only providing information about RideShare’s business model and document review
  • Contact information is below:

Are there requirements to receive commissions?

  • Drivers must be online for the required number of hours per week to be eligible to receive commission. This is measured automatically through the mobile application. If the required hours per week are not achieved, then commissions for that week are passed to RideShare.
  • A minimum of 80% of the ride requests during the workday must be accepted, if not, then the accrued hours for that day will not be applied to the required hours for the weekly commission eligibility requirement.
  • In other words, for a driver to be online the required number of hours needed per week and accept at least 80% of all requests each day, then commissions are received uninterrupted.

Is there insurance provided by RideShare?

  • All drivers must maintain their own insurance policy in accordance with state and local laws.
  • The intended driver is required to be on the insurance for the vehicle used.
  • Rideshare personal/ commercial (hybrid) insurance is available in the marketplace

What about refunds?

  • All Charges and payments will be enabled by RideShare using the preferred payment method designated in your Account, after which you will receive a receipt within your mobile application trip history and a receipt sent to your email. Canceled trip receipts are not seen in the trip history, but they are sent via email.
  • If your primary Account payment method is determined to be expired, invalid or otherwise not able to be charged, you agree that Rideshare may use a secondary payment method in your Account, if available.
  • Charges paid by you are final and non-refundable, unless otherwise determined by RideShare.

We make it easy for you.

We know that this may seem like information overload. If by any chance we have not addressed a question that is still on your mind, then by all means feel free to contact us.

We would love to hear from you.

Time to address the elephant in the room.

It’s all about creating a BUZZ!

The main question that often comes up, is how are commissions paid out?  Please note that RideShare’s concept is similar to Multi-Level Marketing, but not quite the same. The number one difference is that our platform is based on “REVENUE” sharing with our partners vs “PROFIT” sharing.

In most MLMs, partners earn their commissions mainly based on “how much product is sold”. RideShare will NEVER ask you to sell any products. What we are asking from our partners is to casually use “word of mouth marketing” to help promote the platform.

So, what is word of mouth marketing?

“Word of Mouth Marketing” is a strategy that influences and encourages organic discussions about a brand, organization, resource, or event. We know that our CDP’s are the first line for offense and defense when engaging with the public.

Our goal is to reward you, THE DRIVER, with commissions based on how you encourage others to join or use RideShare.

But it get’s better!

When you hit 40 people recruited by you, then you no longer have any required hours to provide service in order to receive your weekly commission.

For more details that give better understanding: CLICK HERE

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Winning starts with beginning!

So, if you are a Go – Getter and know you have what it takes to capitalize from what RideShare has to offer, WE WANT YOU! It’s time that you take your determination for success and focus to the next level.  By partnering with us, the sky’s the limit to how much you can make.

As long as you stay committed to your intention for wanting to work with our platform and set weekly tangible goals for your path to success, we know you will come out on top.