How to Sign Up for FairIf you wish to sign up for Fair, you will first need to be an Uber driver. You can become an Uber driver by signing up through the app and undergoing a background check, as well as having your car and credit information verified. You can then download the Fair app, which allows you to choose a vehicle that suits your driving needs, and get right on the road to earn with Uber. In order to rent a vehicle from Fair, you must be 21 years old or older and have your own credit card or debit card with which to pay for the rentals. You do not have to undergo a credit check to rent a vehicle.
Get started today by calling (213) 389-3765.Your contract allows you to rent a vehicle for 7 days minimum at a time. You can choose to return the car at any point before the 7 days are up but you will still be charged for the full week. If you do not return the vehicle, then the contract will auto-renew. This can happen 3 times, resulting in a 28-day max rental, at which point you must sign a new contract.
Costs of Fair Rental VehiclesFair cars can be rented for $195 per week with a matching $195 security deposit that can be reimbursed. The $195 covers insurance, unlimited miles for the car, 24/7 roadside assistance, vehicle maintenance, and renewal options on a weekly basis. There are certain incentives that Uber offers to its drivers for using Fair. If an Uber driver completes 75 trips, the driver will receive $80 in credit. If the driver completes 90 trips, he will receive $185 in credit, which was previously enough to fully cover the weekly costs of the car before the $10 increase. Finally, if 125 trips are completed, Uber will credit drivers $240, which is an immediate $45 in profit. Essentially, it is most beneficial to complete 125 trips, which comes out to just under 18 per day, in order to get the highest reward. You only need to complete around 13 trips per day to pay off the weekly fees.
Routine MaintenanceRoutine maintenance carried out by Fair covers oil changes, oil filter changes, multi-point inspections, tire pressure investigations, tire rotations, and fluid topping off as needed. It is useful to go to the mechanic for these inspections on a monthly basis if you are renting the vehicle long-term. You are still responsible for putting gas in the car.
Fair Insurance CoverageInsurance is troublesome when you are renting a vehicle. Many times, the rental company will provide its own insurance to drivers to protect them in case of accidents, but this coverage essentially only covers damage to the car and offers $50,000 in liability to third parties, as well as state minimums for any damages caused by uninsured or underinsured motorists.
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