Rent a car for Uber in Canberra

Drive as an Uber partner around Canberra, even if you don't own your own car.

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While Canberra is known for its over-concentration of politicians and uni students, it also holds the title of being the first city to regulate ride sharing in Australia. Canberrites have been enjoying riding with Uber (legally) for over a year now, and now you can drive with Uber too, even if you don't have a car. Uber car rental services abound, covering your insurance and giving you access to an Uber-ready vehicle for a weekly fee. Find out if an Uber rental service is right for you by comparing your options below.

Name Product Price Per Week (from) Insurance Included? Membership Fee Excess Distance Cost
Splend Rent-to-Own
$269
Yes
$275 (26 week rental period)
$0.10 per km
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Compare your options for Uber car rental

Rental companyFrom price per weekkm/weekMore information
Splend$1991,000
  • $275 joining fee
  • Minimum 4-day terms
  • 14-day hand-back notice
Stride$219Unlimited
  • $250 joining fee
  • Maximum term of four years
  • $1 final payment to own
  • Exit fee of $500 and one day's notice required
Rent2Drive$350–$350Unlimited
  • $650 insurance excess bond (paid over 13 weeks)
  • No minimum term
UCAR$231600
  • $500 insurance excess bond (paid over 10 weeks)
  • No minimum term
  • 14-day hand-back notice

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