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Becoming a Wheely Chauffeur

What are the requirements to join the Wheely platform?

To become a partner, you must:

  • Be registered as a self-employed individual, or a legal entity (i.e. Private Limited Company)

Please note that you do not necessarily need to be a Private Hire chauffeur yourself to become a Wheely partner. For example, if you manage a company that employs Private Hire chauffeurs and manages a fleet, you can register as well.

To become a chauffeur you must:

  • Be fully licensed by TfL (Private Hire License)

  • Be a UK resident with a National Insurance number

How do I become a Wheely Partner?

  • Register on our website

  • Fill out the information required

  • Add at least one chauffeur into your partner account (for partner-drivers, this will be yourself)

  • Add vehicle and chauffeur documentation scans or photos (Note: please see our guidelines on uploading documentation)

  • Book an accreditation session via the partner dashboard ('Book online')

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