Need help accessing a DiDi-approved vehicle? Check out the options available in Melbourne.
Rent a car
Do you want to start driving with DiDi in Melbourne, but don't own your own car? You can rent a brand new, DiDi-ready vehicle from as little as $180 per week. This is a low-fee, flexible option that will help you get on the road faster.
For a slightly higher fee each week, you can opt to rent-to-own a vehicle. This means that you drive to pay off your car, and it could be yours after just four years. Choose from compact, hybrid, SUV and luxury models.
Get a car loan
There are lots of tailored car finance options available through one of DiDi's company partners or directly via a bank, credit union or standalone car lender.
DiDi driver income calculator
To tailor your earnings estimate on how much you could make driving with DiDi in Melbourne, enter your income and vehicle expenses into the calculator below.
Disclaimer: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this calculator, the results should be used as an indication only. It doesn't take into account your financial circumstances and is neither a quote or guarantee of your income as a DiDi partner driver.
Where to drive in Melbourne
Drive at the peak hours to boost your income, and in some of the key popular areas, including:
- The airports
- Inner east suburbs
- Inner urban areas
- The CBD
Across all of these, you have some clear peak hours including:
- Weekday mornings - 5am to 9am
- Weekday nights - 8pm to 4am
- Weekends all day
Driving in rainy weather, or major events, are also great ways to pick up more passengers.
Getting paid with DiDi
In order to get paid as a DiDi driver in Melbourne, you will need to provide various details. Payments are processed every week. Details you will need to provide in order to get paid include:
- Bank details. Your BSB and account number.
- ABN. Driving with DiDi in Melbourne is essentially a form of running your own business, so you will need to be registered as an Australian business and have an Australian Business Number in order to receive payment.
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