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About The Network


Rideshare Driver Network is a not for profit organisation of drivers working together to create a real alternative to exploitation.

RDN are experienced professional drivers committed to achieving job security and better pay and working conditions for all drivers.

We provide practical help and information to drivers with issues they encounter from deactivation to GST, tax, infringements, and how to tackle pretty much anything on the road. We raise money for drivers in need and create and contribute to existing networks so drivers don’t face trouble, or driving, alone.

RDN are also a founding member of the International Alliance of App-Based Transport Workers (IAATW) and a have close working relationship with other driver groups from the UK, USA, France, India, south-East Asia, South Africa, Nigeria, Canada and Central and South America.

Membership is $2/week. We don’t want your money. we want your voice. We want solidarity. We know we are stronger when we stand together.

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Latest News

As part of the 2023 review, MAIC has released a discussion paper seeking feedback on Queensland’s CTP scheme from key industry stakeholders and the wider community. The discussion paper addresses a range of issues facing the CTP scheme and seeks feedback on opportunities to improve the scheme for Queenslanders.
Uber and Ola found to violate driver rights in robo-firing of workers. Uber and Ola Cabs ordered to provide information to workers on automated decision making relating to work allocation and fares including dynamic pay & pricing. Court rules that secret worker profiling and management assessments are personal data and must be disclosed.
Uber driver Scott Cabrie has been found dead, allegedly killed by a passenger. Every day in Australia, rideshare drivers working for Uber, Ola, DiDi & others work hard to make sure the public gets to their destination efficiently and safely. But safety is a two-way street. RDN wishes to call to attention to this disparate industry oversight of drivers and passengers that may well have resulted in the death of our colleague.

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