2023 Bolt Nigeria requirements & How much you can earn monthly

2023 Bolt Nigeria requirements & How much you can earn monthly

2023 Bolt Nigeria requirements & How much you can earn monthly

Lets me go straight ahead to inform you all you should know about Bolt in Nigeria. It is very clear that Bolt is the second most popular ride-hailing service in Nigeria following Uber.

So many job opportunities have been created under this investment so far because they increase your income or become your main source of income being a Bolt driving partner.

The benefits of Bolt Drivers are as follows:

  • You will be opportune to have a good source of income
  • Regardless you are male or female, anyone can partner with Bolt
  • You have your own time to work or drive
  • It is very clear that there’s No monthly fee, and no deposit: you only pay a commission when you earn.

So this is the only way you can start a Bolt ride anytime anywhere. But you must make sure that you have your own car or better still, rent a car for a higher purchase.

Bolt (Taxify) Nigeria requirements 2023

First of all, you must be sure that you have a number of years of driving experience and a valid driver’s license.

Another thing that will be considered it that you must provide a car that qualifies for the Bolt platform.

Accepted vehicles for Lite (Lagos only)

  • The model year is between 2002 and 2004
  • Your vehicle is a 4-door sedan or SUV
  • Your vehicle is in good condition
  • Your vehicle can seat at least 4 passengers

Accepted vehicles for Bolt

  • Your vehicle is no older than 14 years
  • Your vehicle is a 4-door sedan or SUV
  • Your vehicle is in good condition
  • Your vehicle can seat at least 4 passengers

 Accepted vehicles for Comfort (Abuja only)

  • Your vehicle is no older than 10 years
  • Your vehicle is a 4-door sedan or SUV
  • Your vehicle is in good condition
  • Your vehicle can seat at least 4 passengers

Accepted vehicles for XL (Lagos only)

  • Your vehicle is no older than 15 years
  • Your vehicle is an SUV or mini-van
  • Your vehicle is in good condition
  • Your vehicle can seat at least 6 passengers

Best cars for Bolt business

A car that fits for Bolt business should be sleek yet reliable and has a very good fuel economy. It should also cost little in maintenance so you can minimize the costs and maximize the earnings. Those cars include Toyota Avensis, Honda City and Toyota Corolla.

Driver requirements

  • Having a valid driver’s license.
  • Completing Bolt driver training: you’ll be trained on how to deliver quality service and how to use the Bolt driver app.

Below are the 4 steps you need to follow before becoming a Bolt driver, as share by Naijauto, let’s check it out:

Step #1. Sign up

  • To register, sign up at Bolt website: partners.taxify.eu/driver-signup
  • Alternatively, you can download the Bolt (Taxify) Nigeria driver app:

Download Bolt Driver app for Android

Download Bolt Driver app for iOS

  • If you have up to three or more cars, you can register them as a fleet: fleets.taxify.eu/

Step #2. Attend training

After registration and verification of your documents, check your email for the invitation for a driver training session.

Step #3. Get your vehicle accredited

  • Visit the nearest AutoGenius facility to get your vehicle inspected. Find the list of AutoGenius facilities in Nigeria at bolt.myautogeniusinspection.com/#centers.
  • Purchase DriverShield insurance package at https://www.myautogenius.com/

Step #4. Activation

Once your vehicle has been accredited, you are to visit a Bolt onboarding centre for an onboarding session and profile activation.

You are to take the following documents along with you when visiting the onboarding centre.

  • Valid Nigerian Drivers license
  • Valid AutoGenius vehicle inspection report
  • Vehicle License