|Salary Range||SGD 150 daily|
|Employment Type||Part Time|
|Vacancies Available||1 available|
What is Grab?
Nowadays it has become normal to use an app for ordering taxis or any kind of driving service, which is why the ride-hailing platform Grab is as popular as ever.
This is your chance to use this to your advantage by signing up as a Grab driver to earn your extra income here in Singapore!
You can also deliver food with GrabFood and earn money on your own time!
Working with Grab in Singapore
Grab is a ride-hailing platform from Singapore that helps to make travelling by car within the city a whole lot easier by matching passengers with drivers. This means that everyone who needs a ride from Queenstown to Woodlands or any other location can easily order a car via the Grab app and no one needs to stress about searching for expensive taxis any longer.
Join as a Grab car driver in Singapore
Earn money in 4 easy steps!
If you are looking for an opportunity to earn some extra income, then Grab car is a chance for you!
Receive the booking request
You decide to accept or decline this ride
Pickup your passengers and drive them to their destination
Collect your fare and look out for the next ride
No car? No problem!
Even though Grab is only providing the platform to match you with your customers, they do not necessarily require you to own a car to get started. Before getting started, Grab will ask you if you own a car or need a rental car to get started. In the latter case, Grab will help you to find a rental car with their Grab rental service. Simply visit the Grab rentals and you will get assistance with finding the right car. And rental prices start as low as S$50 per day.
As a GrabFood driver, all you have to do is pick up food from restaurants and deliver it to homes and offices in Singapore. The sign up process is really easy and Grab will get in touch in 1-2 working days!
Grab car is a popular ride sharing platform in Singapore
Be your own boss
Working as a Grab car driver means that you will be able to work on your on terms and never have to worry about fixed schedules or unsuitable working times again! And the best part is that you truly only need to work when you can, which could look like working a few hours every day or only working on weekend nights, the freedom is yours!
Download the app
After having downloaded the Grab app, you can manage and control all of your work, earnings and rides from here. So work whenever you want as long as you have the app and the car with you!
Drive guests around in Singapore
How much Grab pays in Singapore
Your earnings will depend on how much you drive, but during peak hours, you will be able to earn over $38 per hour and the average earnings for outside of these peak times are around S$30 per hour in Singapore.
As Grab provides 2 payment options, you as a driver will receive the fare either in cash immediately after the ride or weekly if it has been paid by credit with the app. This means that Grab car pays out these credit earnings to you on a weekly basis.
How do I apply for Grab in Singapore?
To get started as a Grab driver and GrabFood driver in Singapore, you will have to sign up on Grab’’s website. You will then go through an on-boarding process to ensure that you are qualified. After the interview, Grab will perform a background check on you and after that has been completed successfully, you will be able to get started.
Sign up bonus
Grab car offers different incentives to all of its drivers that vary weekly. Once you have signed up as a driver, Grab will keep you updated about these incentives that could earn you some additional dollars
Grab is your everyday everything app.
“Why can’t we have a safer way to hail a ride?” “Can’t we give drivers better working conditions?” “What if we could make life just a little bit easier?” Okay, it started with several questions. Those questions led to a group of incredibly ambitious (and incredibly optimistic) friends starting this company in a tiny rented storage space somewhere in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. That was in 2012. Today, that tiny company has turned into Grab, Southeast Asia’s largest mobile technology company that connects millions of consumers to millions of drivers, merchants, and businesses. Grab is taking on the largest problems that affect the region, including access inequality, outdated infrastructure, and income disparity. Just like every single Southeast Asian, we’re still incredibly ambitious. We’re still questioning those everyday limitations. And we’re still incredibly optimistic.