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How To Make Money From Bolt As A Driver; Bolt Car Requirements In Nigeria, How To Get Approved Easily And Tips To Make Money From It

Do you have a nice car? If yes, learn how to make money from Bolt as a driver here in Nigeria. See how to register your car in Bolt and start making money today. You can drive it yourself or give it to someone to drive for you.

In this guide, we will show you how to register your car and get approved fast. Once your account is approved, you will become and a bolt driver.

As a Bolt driver, you drive with Bolt. Earn good money, be your own boss, and work when you want to.

Bolt (formerly Taxify) has made it possible for vehicle owners to make additional income from their ride sharing app.

You might want to ask, What is Bolt? Which cities have access to Bolt in Nigeria? Can you make good money from Bolt?  If you’re curious about these questions then, you should stick around for a moment to learn how to make more money on Bolt (Formerly Taxify).

It’s no secret that almost everyone is looking for extra ways to make good money in order to cope with the recession. If you’re good behind the wheel, then you’re in luck. Driving for Bolt might just be the opportunity you’re looking for.

The Estonian company was founded in August 2013 by Markus Villig and it is a transportation network company that operates in at least 30 countries around the world including Nigeria. In March 2020, the Financial Times ranked the company 3rd in Europe’s fastest-growing companies.

Bolt’s operations in Nigeria began in 2017 and since its arrival, it has cemented itself as the number one travel app in the country.

Twelve cities in Nigeria are currently enjoying their services. They include: Benin City, Lagos, Kano, Abeokuta, Ibadan, Calabar, Uyo, Port Harcourt, Abuja, Owerri, Jos and Enugu

I can’t emphasize enough what bolt has done by making it easy for people to get to their various destinations just with the Bolt app on their phones. And at the same time, provides a lucrative means of livelihood for unemployed Nigerians.

Now you know what Bolt’s all about and you want to drive for them, your next question should be “how much do Bolt drivers make a week in Nigeria?”

Well…

You might want to ask, how much do Bolt drivers make a week in Nigeria? Bolt drivers have been reported to make up to N100, 000 a week due to the high demand for cozy rides in Nigeria. Think about it. People now have the option of commuting in comfort without the burden of owning and maintaining a car in this country.

N100, 000 a week means you stand a chance of going home at the end of the month with N400, 000. That’s incredible because many white-collar jobs don’t pay as much in a month. Even if you have a job, you can earn extra money while driving your own car.

Mouth-watering huh? Let’s move over to learn…

Why Bolt?
• Higher earnings — pay lower commission than with other apps.
• More flexibility — drive when YOU want to.
• Many clients — you can earn more.
• Fast payouts — collect your earnings every week.
• An easy to use app — navigation, earnings info and updates all in one place.
• Rewards — we offer special bonuses and extras to our drivers!

How To Become A-Bolt Driver And Get Approved Easily In Nigeria

How To Make Money From Bolt As A Driver; Bolt Car Requirements In Nigeria, How To Get Approved Easily And Tips To Make Money From It

Like any job opportunity, you need to have the requirements before you can be selected.

Bolt Car Requirements In Nigeria

  • First, you’ll need a vehicle. Cars accepted by Bolt Nigeria are either a 4-door sedan, an SUV from 2003 or a Minivan from 2004 will do. (Bolt does not accept 2-door cars and hatchbacks)
  • Valid driver’s license

That’s all

NOTE: If you don’t have a car but have a valid driver’s license, you can contact bolt to find owners with a fleet, from which you can negotiate a good rate.

If you have the complete requirements, you can proceed to register online.

How To Register For Bolt Online

Here’s the step-by-step procedure to get approved esily

Step 1: Visit Bolt Nigeria website >> here << to signup as a Bolt driver.

Step 2: Enter your Email address, Phone Number, and choose your city. Click the “Next” button.

Step 3: Type in your first name, last name, language, Referral Code: IFIOKOBONGI19, and your vehicle’s details.

MAKE SURE YOU USE Referral Code: IFIOKOBONGI19 to get approved faster.

You can also sign up as a fleet owner if you have multiple cars.

Step 4: Type in your National ID card number and your driver’s license number. If you don’t have a taxi license, tick the box provided and click the “Next” button.

Step 5: Type in the expiry date of your Driver’s license (year, month, and day). Click upload. Use your phone’s camera or upload an already existing photo of your valid temporary or permanent driver’s license

  • Upload a clear passport photo (White Background preferably)
  • If you’re in Lagos, you’ll need to upload your LASDRI Card (Lagos Drivers institute Recertification card). If you don’t have it, leave it blank but apply for it Asap
  • Also, for Lagosians, your LASRRA card should be uploaded as well. If you don’t have it, don’t worry, leave the space blank but start the application process immediately.

Step 6: Fill in all your banking information and click Finish to submit

After Registration, What’s Next?

1. Vehicle Inspection

Head over to your nearest AutoGenius facility and get your vehicle inspected. Visit http://tiny.cc/BOLTINSPECTION to find a center close to you.

 Vehicle inspection takes just about 6 minutes

2. Get trained

After completing your registration and verifying your documents, an invitation will be sent to you to attend an onboarding session.

3. Get activated

For an onboarding session, visit within Mondays – Fridays in Abuja between 09am 3pm at No 10, Volta Street (Off Thames Street), Maitama, Abuja, and Lagos between 9am and 4pm at 63 Razak Balogun Street, Surulere, Lagos State.

If you reside in Benin City, Ibadan, and Owerri. Check in within Monday – Friday (10am and 1pm) at:

      • Benin City: Ehanire House, 34 Akpakpava Road Benin City. Benin
      • Ibadan: 2nd Floor, No 34 Samonda Road Ibadan
      • Owerri: No. B49/B66 L’Arcade Mall, 14C Okohia Layout, World Bank Area L, New Owerri, Imo State

For residents in Abeokuta, Enugu, and Port-Harcourt, Monday – Friday at 9am and 5pm at:

      • Abeokuta:  Asiwaju Kitchen, opposite St. Peter’s Cathedral, Ake Roundabout
      • Calabar: The LiftHub Complex, 6A Housing Estate Road, Calabar
      • Enugu: Genesys Tech Hub, Centenary City, along PH expressway, Enugu
      • Kano: Di-Hub, No 3 Sabo Bakin Zuwo Road, Kano
      • Port-Harcourt:  KoWork NG, F6, Sani Abacha Road, G.R.A, Port Harcourt
      • Uyo: 235, Oron Road (Before Shelter Afrique), Uyo.

The following documents will be required:

      • Vehicle License
      • Valid Nigerian Driver’s License
      • Certified AutoGenius Inspection Report

4. Get verified

    • Go to Bolt Youverifyidentity verification portal
    • Click  on “Request verification” to request verification
    • Input your email, phone number, and location

 5. Download the bolt app for Drivers

Bolt app for drivers offers you the platform to drive with Bolt. You can download their app on the Android Google Play Store or Apple iOS store.

How does Bolt driver work?

Bolt is a ride-sharing business. The money made is shared between Bolt company and the driver at an agreed percentage. Bolt drivers work using the Bolt driver App. Please note that the Bolt driver app is only for drivers and it’s different from Bolt Riders App which is for only riders (passengers). Bold driver work by switching on their Bolt driver app and going online. Once they swipe to go online, riders close to their location can find them when they request a ride. When Bold riders request for a ride, they fill in their destination in the Bolt app, view fare estimate, and a driver is automatically matched to them. Simultaneously, Bolt drivers receive a ride request via your Bolt driver app, then pick up the client and drive to the rider’s destination. If the ride happens, the rider has the option to pay the money via the app or cash.

TIPS TO HELP YOU MAKE MORE MONEY FROM BOLT

Making good money on Bolt will depend on how well you manage your time and the tool available to you. Here are some tips to get you going

  • Figure out the peak time when people need frequently request for rides and stay online at that period.
  • Don’t be rude. If you don’t relate well with people, you won’t get a nice rating and a rating below 4.6 will get your blocked form the app (I’m sure you wouldn’t want that)
  • Be on the lookout for updates and social info on popular gathering spots
  • Don’t be too picky. Try to accept all orders.
  • Make sure the Back-to-Back rides option is turned on. Why? The more rides you get, the extra money you create.
  • Take periodic breaks to get you fresh for your orders
  • Please don’t drive like a maniac for your safety and others

BOLT CUSTOMER SERVICE

You might want to ask, how do I contact bolt Nigeria? If you need assistance with registration or you want to make some enquires, contact Bolt with

Call bolt customer service number at 08039012019 within the company’s working hours.

If you are a rider looking for a bolt driver contact, simply login to your app and request a ride. A Bolt driver will contact you immediately.

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