Apply for your PCO Licence

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Work as a Driver

Licence to become a driver for Uber and similar driver apps in London

Start earning money as a driver in London with your PCO Licence.  Drive for companies like Uber and Bolt.  Simply apply and we’ll go through the process with you, all safely done online.

Get your PCO Licence

On average it takes around 6 to 12 weeks to get your PCO Licence.  We can help you through the whole process safely online.

Cost of getting PCO Licence

You can get licensed for as little as £517.  This includes getting your background checks, medical and licensing fees.

Driving work in London

London is one of the best cities to get a driving job, with a choice of many app based minicab operators to sign up to.

How we help

you get licensed and start work as a driver

Start earning money as a driver in London with your PCO Licence.  Drive for companies like Uber and Bolt.  Simply apply and we’ll go through the process with you, all safely done online.

Step 1. Get in touch with us

Fill out the form above to get the process started.  Our team will get in touch and answer any questions you may about the PCO Licence application process.  We are here to guide you through every step.

Step 2. Apply for Enhanced CRB

Our team will help you get your Enhanced CRB application right the first time, making sure you have the correct documents and know exactly what to send.

Step 3. Complete Medical Check

Get in touch with your GP and get your Private Hire Medical Form completed.  We’ll make sure it’s all filled out correctly before submitting it to TfL.

Step 4. Submit TfL Application Form

Once all your documents are ready, we will check and get it all in place to attach and fill in the online TfL Private Hire Application form.

Step 5. Topographical Skills Assessment

TfL will invite you to take the Topographical Skills test after receiving your application.  You will get access to our tools to help train before the test.

Step 6. Start working as a minicab driver

Once you pass the topographical test. You sign up to drive for companies like Uber, then start driving and earning when your licence arrives.