The following article uses income data from Splend Members across Australia.
The best thing about driving with Uber is that you can choose to work the hours you want and when you want to work.
As a result, people drive with Uber for some different reasons including:
- Driving with Uber full-time as a professional driver
- Driving with Uber as a second source of income
- Driving with Uber part-time Uber driver who is studying or following a passion
Therefore, the amount that you earn driving with Uber is directly related to the reason you signed up and the total hours you want to work.
Below is an estimation of the earnings for an Uber driver who rents a brand new car from Splend.
Hours average Uber week
Estimated profit, after Uber costs and fuel
Driving a new Kia Sportage on a Splend Rent plan
Your estimated weekly income
Comparison website Finder also published an Uber calculator to address the question; How much can you really make as an Uber driver? This Uber Fare Estimate & Cost Calculator allows you to input your earnings and your costs.
Splend has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, and Brisbane, where the earnings are slightly different in each state. Below is a breakdown of the earnings in each of the major cities.
Some Splend Members in Sydney and Melbourne, who are professional drivers, are earning over $40+ per hour at peak times and making up to $1500 – $2000 per week with Uber.
In Brisbane, some Splend Members who are professional drivers, are earning up over $35 per hour at peak times and making up to $1250 – $1500 per week with Uber.
In Perth, some Splend Members who are professional drivers, are earning up to $1000 – $1500 per week with Uber.
Splend provides every Member with a dedicated Member Success Representative (MSR), whose job is to ensure you are the most profitable Uber driver you can be. MSRs are there to guide you through the process of becoming an Uber driver and take care of your car servicing needs.