Bolt Drivers-Steps to Become a Bolt Driver in Nigeria

Bolt Drivers-Steps to Become a Bolt Driver in Nigeria-Everything you need to know about becoming a bolt driver in Nigeria. As the name implies Bolt, formerly known as Taxify, is an Estonian transportation network company founded by a young entrepreneur known as Markus Villig and headquartered in Tallinn, Estonia. The company develops and operates the Bolt mobile application, which allows people to request a taxi or private driver from their smartphone, as well as electric scooters.

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Bolt is virtually in all the major cities in Nigeria, majorly ABUJA, LAGOS, AKWA IBOM, CROSS RIVER, PORTHARCOURT,IBADAN,KANO ETC..Wherever you are in Lagos, count on Bolt for rides in minutes! From Murtala Mohammed International Airport Ikeja to the Island, Bolt is a tap of a button away.

Bolt drivers must fulfil certain requirements to be considered for driving on the platform. To become a driver, please see the following steps:

Step 1: Register your profile

Step 2: Attend training

  • Once you have completed your registration and your documents have been verified, you will receive an invitation to attend an onboarding session

Step 3: Get your vehicle accredited

Step 4: Get activated

  • Visit us for an onboarding session Monday – Friday in Abuja (09:00 and 15:00) and Lagos (09:00 and 16:00):
    • Abuja: No 10, Volta Street (Off Thames Street), Maitama, Abuja
    • Lagos: 63 Razak Balogun Street, Surulere, Lagos State
  • Visit us for an onboarding session Monday – Friday at 10:00 and 13:00 in Benin City, Ibadan and Owerri:
    • 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
  • Bring the following required documents with you:

You can contact us during office hours at 08021818881 for more inquiries.

Note: The platform only caters for driver sign-ups, therefore, drivers should also provide the vehicle owner’s details (name, phone number, email address and banking details) to avoid cases of car use without the car owners permission.