How Much Do Uber Drivers Make in Miami?

Uber Pay Miami 2019

How much money do Uber Drivers make in Miami?

In this post, we explore the question of how much Uber drivers typically make, per year, operating in Miami, Florida.

How much is an Uber driver’s salary in Miami, Florida?

Our estimate for drivers operating in Miami is approximately $45,583 per year (a complete list of Uber pay estimates by city is available here).

An ‘Average Driver’

An average Uber driver works around 30 hours per week.

The average trip for an Uber driver pays out $14.61, and drivers reportedly complete about 2 full trips per hour (i.e., an hourly earnings total of $29.22).

Since an average Uber driver works about 30 hours per week, the total per-week earnings are $876.60 — making a year’s salary for a Miami Uber driver $45,583.


This number includes a 20% fee taken by Uber.

It also includes a rough projection of operating cost (fuel, maintenance, taxes, fares and tolls). However, costs differ significantly depending on vehicle, driver, and a driver’s rideshare strategy.

Miami Uber Hot Spots – 

Make More Money as an Uber Driver in Miami by driving in ‘Hot Spot’ Locations

If you want to make even more money as an Uber driver in Miami, operate near these locations:


  • Ocean Drive between 2nd St. and 195
  • Sunny Isles
  • Lincoln Rd
  • Fountainebleau Hotel
  • Bal Harbour
  • Collins Ave between 2nd St. and 195

Downtown Miami

  • American Airlines Arena
  • Brickell

Coral Gables/West Miami

  • Coconut Grove
  • Dolphin Mall
  • Sunset Plaza
  • FIU Main Campus
  • Marlins Park


  • Wynwood District
  • Biscayne Blvd
  • Midtown Shops


  • Aventura Mall
  • FIU Biscayne Campus



Miami Greenlight Address – 

Mon: 9 AM – 5 PM
Tue: 9 AM – 5 PM
Wed: 9 AM – 5 PM
Thurs: 9AM – 5PM
Fri: 9AM – 5PM
Sat: 10 AM – 4 PM

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1 Comment
  1. When you state in your methodology that you include the 20% Uber retains, plus the operating costs, do you mean those figures have already been deducted and you’re showing the net earnings? Or do you mean those costs are still included in the gross numbers you show?

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