Drive with Grab using a rental car

You don’t need to own a car to drive with Grab. Here’re 3 easy steps you need to do to start driving.

1. Shop for a rental car

Your journey as a GrabCar driver starts with you renting a car. You can rent from any rental company in Singapore. As a starting point, you can begin by looking at options from our exclusive partner fleets. The cost of car rental starts at $60/ day.

To make things easy for you, we’ve compiled a list of attractive rental offers that our partners are offering you.


2. Activation

Activation is free. Documents to bring to GrabCar office include:

  • NRIC
  • Driving License
  • From the rental company: Rental agreement, Proof of commercial insurance, Z10 / Z11 Vehicle Log
  • Bank Information – Name, Account Number and Branch Code
  • Android phone (operating OS 4.4 and above)

Visit our office at 18 Sin Ming Lane, Midview City, #01-11, Singapore 573960

Eligibility: To drive for Grab, you need to be a Singaporean/ PR , at least 22 years old and have a valid driving license of at least 2 years.


Step 3. Get prepared for success.

Attend our 1-hour training session to find out everything you need to know about succeeding on the Grab platform. Our training slots :

  • Weekdays: 11am, 1pm, 3 pm, and 5 pm.
  • Saturday: 12pm

Tip: Save time when you attend your training session and activate your account with Grab within 1 business day.

Visit our office at 18 Sin Ming Lane, Midview City, #01-11, Singapore 573960


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Komsan Chiyadis

GrabFood delivery-partner, Thailand

Komsan Chiyadis

GrabFood delivery-partner, Thailand

COVID-19 has dealt an unprecedented blow to the tourism industry, affecting the livelihoods of millions of workers. One of them was Komsan, an assistant chef in a luxury hotel based in the Srinakarin area.

As the number of tourists at the hotel plunged, he decided to sign up as a GrabFood delivery-partner to earn an alternative income. Soon after, the hotel ceased operations.

Komsan has viewed this change through an optimistic lens, calling it the perfect opportunity for him to embark on a fresh journey after his previous job. Aside from GrabFood deliveries, he now also picks up GrabExpress jobs. It can get tiring, having to shuttle between different locations, but Komsan finds it exciting. And mostly, he’s glad to get his income back on track.