This page provides information about vehicle, driver, and document requirements, state regulations, insurance coverage, and city-specific requirements, needed to drive with Lyft in the state of Florida .
What you need to drive with Lyft in Florida
Drivers are required to maintain current documents. Failing to update a required document before the expiration date results in temporary deactivation.
All vehicles must meet the following criteria:
5-8 seats, including the driver's
Not a taxi or stretch limousine
Not titled as salvage, non-repairable, rebuilt or any other equivalent classification
2010 or newer
In select cities, you can rent a car through Express Drive with standard insurance included.
If you're interested in also driving in Alabama, the only other document you'll need is your vehicle inspection. Alabama requires your vehicle be inspected by an ASE or ATTI Certified Mechanic.
Drivers are required to display the Lyft emblem while in driver mode. The Lyft emblem is Lyft’s official trade dress. It helps passengers and law enforcement identify your vehicle.
The Lyft emblem should be displayed in the lower corner of your windshield on the passenger side every time you enter driver mode. Make sure to remove the emblem when you are not in driver mode.
If you’ve just been approved to drive, you should receive your Lyft emblem shortly. If you didn't get one or need a new one, order one in your Dashboard. While waiting for it to arrive, you may print a temporary emblem.
Florida driver regulations
Be sure to follow these rules when giving rides in Florida, and keep an eye on your email for important updates from Lyft.
Hourly driver mode limits
Always have your driver’s license and insurance document
Don't accept street hails
Don't accept cash for rides
Don't wait in taxi lines
Review Lyft's coverage here.
Moving to or from Florida
If you're already a driver in a different state, and you're moving to Florida, send us a message with the following info:
* If you were already required to upload your vehicle registration and personal insurance, you do not need to send it in again.
Moving from Florida to a different state? Find your new market here to see what steps you'll need to take.